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Magical Pest Control Becomes a ThermaPureHeat Licensee

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The ThermaPureHeat process utilizes clean, dry, odorless heat to create an environment that is lethal to targeted organisms, including bed bugs.

| August 16, 2010

TORONTO, Ontario, Canada - Magical Pest Control, based in Toronto and servicing all of Ontario, has joined 50 companies offering the patented ThermaPureHeat process.

“Magical Pest Control is one of the top providers in all of Canada, and we’re thrilled to have them delivering ThermaPureHeat to consumers and businesses,” said ThermaPure's Dr. Michael Linford.

The ThermaPureHeat process utilizes clean, dry, odorless heat to create an environment that is lethal to targeted organisms, including bed bugs.

“The beauty of ThermaPureHeat is that it penetrates into the cracks and crevices of structures where bed bugs often hide, but where pesticides rarely reach,” says Mark Joseph, president of Magical Pest Control.
 

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