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Temp-Air Releases a Newly Redesigned Thermal Remediation Website

Temp-Air announced the release of a newly redesigned Web site for its thermal pest management division, Thermal Remediation.

| January 6, 2010

BURNSVILLE, Minn. – Temp-Air announced the release of a newly redesigned Web site for its thermal pest management division, Thermal Remediation.

In response to changing government regulations, insect resistance to chemicals, and consumer preference for pesticide-free products, Thermal Remediation was developed by Temp-Air as a safe, effective, and environmentally friendly alternative for the treatment of bed bugs, stored product pests, and wood destroying organisms.

In addition to a more professional look and streamlined navigation, the new Web site features in-depth portable heat treatment equipment information and a vast database of insect heat treatment news, articles, research, and product and process developments.

To meet the demands of consumers suffering from bed bug infestations, the new Thermal Remediation site also includes a list of pest control professionals who provide bed bug heat treatment as a service to the general public.

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