Homeowners spend an average of $1,000-$2,500 to exterminate bed bugs. The level of infestation, the size of the space and the type of treatment will affect your price. You could pay as little as $300 for a small problem and as much as $5,000 to clear a large house. These are some of the most difficult pests to get rid of.
If heat treatment is used in areas offering that service, certain materials must be removed such as candles, makeup, etc. Since there are so many possibilities, it is impossible to make a blanket statement about the cost to get rid of bed bugs in every case.
Bed bugs have no resistance to heat, which kills all stages of the bugs including (vitally) the egg stage. The treatment is quiet, discreet and very effective. Rooms can be back in action on the same day as treatment, and no furnishings need to be thrown out.
Heat treatments do not offer any residual effects and your home could quickly become reinfested after a heat treatment if prevention steps are not taken. Often, a residual insecticide will be applied to the border of the home/room being treated for bed bugs as a prevention step.
A typical bed bug treatment will cost anywhere between 150-1000 depending on type of treatment, the pest control company, and severity of infestation. If you happen to rather choose a pest control company, don't use the big companies because I know all of the technicians are not reliable.
Bed Bug Heat Treatment (hot air in a sealed home or thermal remediation): Heat treatment can cost up to $4,000 for an entire home. Rooms tare super heated for at least 7 minutes to 114 F degrees, the temperature needed to kill bed bugs and bed bug eggs.