Affordable Bed Bug Heater Rental


Save money on killing bed bugs by doing it yourself!

Exterminating bed bugs using heat treatments is environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and most importantly – highly effective!

Our rental prices are affordable and our state-of-the-art bed bug heat systems are easy to operate.

You can save money and avoid the risks of handling dangerous chemicals by renting a professional bed bug heater to kill bed bugs.

The heaters available to rent are the same heaters the professionals use and are safe, light, and easy to use.

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master eko 3 electric air heater

Master EKO 3 – Electric Air Heater

Compact and lightweight the EKO 3 can be placed inside the bug infested room and recirculates the air increasing the temperature by 15°C at time to reach and maintain the optimal temperature of 50°C to kill the bugs.


  • Compact and lightweight
  • EKO 3 delivers 800 m3/h of hot air using only 2.8 kW at 240 V (single phase)
  • Connection to the external digital remote thermostat THK, specific for this application, included in the package
  • Overheat thermostat
  • Motor with thermal protection and intervention
  • The Master EKO is placed inside the room and recirculates the air increasing the temperature by 15°C at a time
  • Recommended to use in: hotels, hostels, smaller rooms, vans, hospitals, restaurants, bakeries, commercial kitchens and as a support to EKO 9
  • Fighting bugs using heat is safe for people and the environment
polti cimex eradicator bed bug steamer

Polti Cimex Eradicator Commercial Bed Bug Steamer

One of the first steamers specifically designed for one purpose and one purpose only: killing bed bugs.

The Polti Cimex Eradicator promises to offer patented supercharged steam up to 180 degrees Celcius along with a safe cleaning solution to help remove eggs and fecal streaks.


  • Steam Pressure: 58 PSI
  • Tip Temperature: 356° F
  • Tank Capacity: 8 Cups
  • Steam Time: Up to 2 Hours
  • Weight: 12 lbs
  • Kills up to 99.9% of viruses

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Please ensure you read the following guide before carrying out a heat or steam treatment.

  • Do not use any pesticide bombs, foggers, sprays, dusts prior to heat treatment. Repellent insecticides severely diminish the effectiveness of the treatment effort by driving bed bugs in to hard to treat areas such as under carpet pads and wall voids.
  • Do not remove any thing from treatment area except for items in sealed garbage to be permanently removed.
  • Furniture and clutter must be pulled away from walls at least 4 inches.
  • Unplug all electronics except major appliances
    Any items (clothing, shoes, bags, valuables) taken out with occupant on day off heat treatment must be thoroughly inspected and/or sanitized before being reintroduced to treated area.
  • Permanently dispose of all trash and unwanted items before treatment.
  • Completely remove litter boxes from the treatment area if present.
  • Vacuum or sweep up dust/pet hair as they are hazardous to our equipment and personnel.
  • Improperly secured pictures and posters that may blow down should be taken down and laid flat.
  • Take down, disinfect and remove vinyl or faux wood blinds have a low heat tolerance.
  • High power fans are used during this process; loose papers should be secured or weighted down. Heat sensitive items should be clearly labeled and left inside the treatment area.
  • Remove all pets and house plants (including fish aquariums).
  • Remove fresh, meltable, and or perishable food
    Remove or place prescription / over the counter drugs or vitamins in the refrigerator.
  • Remove cosmetics
  • Remove candles
  • Remove all pressurized items – lighters, hairspray, fire extinguishers etc.
  • Remove all flammables – fuel, alcohols, solvents, etc.
  • Remove wooden and stringed instruments – cases should remain in the treatment
  • Family heirlooms and irreplaceable items should be inspected and a determination made as to whether they should remain in the treatment area


  • Bed bugs will often seek shelter within or under piles of clothing. Piles of clothing should be either hung up on hangers or spread out before the heat treatment commences.
  • Wash bedding and washable excess clutter on high heat followed with a high heat dry cycle.
  • After drying, remove and immediately place the clothing in a heavy duty garbage bag and seal the bag by twisting the excess bag and wrapping the twist with tape. Think "Loaf of Bread"
  • Open all drawers and unpack any overly packed areas. Remember... Air flow is key!
  • Large blankets and comforters can be draped over interior doors to limit bed bug harborage and improve effectiveness.
* Do not use cardboard as a container for heat sensitive items, instead crates, bins or grocery bags are ideal.
* Air flow is critical to this process, over-packed closets and rooms may not be able to be treated properly!