Bed Bug Heat Treatment Cost
For bed bug heat treatment, most homeowners report spending $300 per room, or $1,579 for their whole home. Here are the average prices based on home size for a standard treatment. Here are the average prices based on home size for a standard treatment.
As with any other treatment (Vikane, chemical pesticides, mechanical killers like dusts, physical removal, using dry vapor steam to kill bugs and eggs, cryonite, etc.), heat treatment is only as effective as the PCO using it makes it and as the particular situation warrants.
Bed bugs are unable to survive high temperatures, making heat a highly effective treatment method. Plastics and other items with low resistance to heat need to be removed prior to treatment. The exterminators will then pump heated air into the home, raising the temperature to 120 degrees.
THE TERMINIX BED BUG GUARANTEE: Terminix will customize a treatment for your needs to quickly and safely eliminate bed bugs from the infested room or area. If bed bugs are found in the treated room or area within the next 90 days, Terminix will perform further treatment at no additional cost.
The treatment also involves the application of insecticide as an insurance. Bed bug heat treatment gives the very best chance of full eradication in one visit, but you have the peace of mind that if you do see bed bugs after the 14 day settling in period, we will return to re-treat, free of charge, as many times as is necessary.
We do offer payment plans with this treatment. Anyone who has had a bed bug heat remediation treatment qualifies to go on our Bed Bug Prevention Service. You can opt to go with treating only certain rooms with heat. The cost would be $400 per room. (No guarantee if we aren't treating entire home) We know the cost to treat bed bugs isn't cheap.