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Cost Of Bed Bug Extermination depends on which of the following 3 Options you decide to go with:

1. Hiring a Professional Pest Control company to use Heat Equipment to kill the bed bugs. (Success directly related to decluttering and preparing home according to company guidelines.)

2. Hiring a Professional Pest Control company to Spray Chemicals for bed bugs. (Success Requires more than 1 treatment of chemicals and directly related to decluttering , techniques of applying correct chemicals, and repeated treatments.)

3. Do Your Own Treatments. Success Requires attaining proper training, physical labor, safety, reapplication of chemicals and techniques needed to kill bed bugs. We recommend you pay for this professional Information.

So, you know you have bed bugs and now you are wondering, how much is it going to cost me to get rid of these blood sucking bugs?

Well, the answer to this varies, but in the next paragraph we try to explain the average cost. Depending on where you live, you should get a good estimate by your local professional pest control company.

***The AVERAGE cost to have a home treated for bed bugs is about $1.00 (one dollar) per square foot. So, if you have a home that is 1500 square feet, you are looking at around $1,500. to have your home treated. This average will vary depending on type of structure and level of infestation. Most heat companies will charge about 30% more for Heat Treatment, over the traditional chemical bed bug treatments. It is pricier, but the process is complete in one day as it kills all stages of bed bugs including the eggs. It is highly effective when done correctly, but home must be de-cluttered with no stacks of items sitting around. Heat Treatment takes specialized Heat equipment and knowledgeable technicians to provide safe and effective one day kill of bed bug infestations. Heat Treatments are not always 100%, failure can occur if you have cold spots in which technicians do not apply organic dust or pesticides to these areas. Heat treatment could also fail if home is too cluttered causing areas to be insulated or protected from the high heat. Professionals will reschedule heat treatment of the home if it has not been de-cluttered properly.

Many companies base the cost of the job on the number of square feet inside the dwelling. Other exterminators may charge $250 to $950 per room that they must be treating.

Some companies will use a combination of heat and organic dust or a combination of pesticides on the perimeter much like a cocktail treatment.

It is not unheard of for some people to pay even more, up to $10,000.00 in some cases. This is the cost of treatment combined with replacing items which were discarded due to being infested as well as lost time from work, doctor bills, and the list goes on.

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