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Bed Bug Removal In Your Area

How much do bug & insect exterminators typically cost?

  • Ashburn, VA Average
  • Typical Range
    $121 - $302
  • Low End - High End
    $75 - $697

Once bed bugs find their way into your home, they won't leave without professional extermination efforts. Even a single bug brought into your home from a hotel or overnight trip is enough to cause an infestation. It's important to contact local bed bug exterminators in your area who can remove all traces of the problem.

Professional bed bug removal companies will:

  • Inspect your home's beds, fabric furniture, linens, and carpets for traces of bed bugs and eggs.
  • Remove any traces of an infestation.
  • Provide chemical treatments that target bed bugs but keep your family and pets safe.
  • Recommend how to prevent future infestations.
  • Be available if the first extermination does not eliminate the bed bugs.

Don't just use a chemical spray from a home improvement store. Those are typically ineffective. Hire a professional exterminator that knows how to exterminate both bed bugs and their eggs. Local services also stay updated on recent outbreaks, regional species, and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a bed bug exterminator charge?

Treating your home against bed bugs typically costs between $1,000 and $2,500. You might pay up to $5,000 to treat your entire multi-level house, or as little as $100 for a small infestation in a single room. The initial inspection ranges between $50 and $200 for most homes.

Extermination prices are higher in the Northeastern United States, where bed bugs tend to thrive because of the climate. Homes in large cities are more likely to get infested, which also raises project costs.

Different treatment types affect your budget as well:

  • Heat or thermal treatment ranges between $1 and $3 per square foot.
  • Fumigation ranges between $4 and $7.5 per square foot.
  • Treatments with chemicals range between $100 and $500 per room.
  • Steam pest removal ranges between $250 and $1,000 per room.

What are the advantages of hiring a professional exterminator?

The advantages of hiring a professional include:

  • Accurate detection of the nature and extent of the infestation.
  • Treatment of the problem's source (the beg bug nests), not just its symptoms (the bed bugs).
  • Application of the right treatment for your home and furniture.
  • Knowledge in how to apply the treatment to avoid furniture damage.
  • A lasting solution that removes the need for recurring treatments.

What steps should I take before the bed bug treatment?

Before a bed bug exterminator starts the treatment:

  • Move your clothing and linens and wash them in hot water.
  • Move furniture away from the walls to allow the exterminator to reach the baseboards.
  • Clean your home right before the treatment to expose bed bugs.
  • Remove any loose items in the infected area to improve access to treatment area.
  • Remove animals and plants from treatment area.

Depending on the treatment, you might also have to pre-treat or bag your furniture. Talk to your exterminator about the steps you should take.

How can I find the right bed bug exterminator?

Finding the right pro to treat your beg bug problem comes down to a few factors:

  • Does the exterminator specialize in beg bug treatments?
  • Is the company licensed and insured in your state?
  • Can you find positive reviews on independent home improvement websites?
  • Will your quote be based on a flat rate or an actual inspection of your home?
  • Will the extermination be a comprehensive program that takes care of the root of the problem?
  • Can you get guarantees or warranties that the treatment actually removes the issue?