Professional bed bug control and extermination costs vary depending on the market, the service type, the size of the treatment area, and if there is a warranty provided. Average costs for a bed bug exterminator are $500-$5,000. Average price per room is about $800-$1,000. Some companies will perform a free bed bug inspection. We will. CLICK HERE to see a complete list if average pest control prices.
We use a new, safe biopesticide developed and proven at Penn State University. Environmental Pest is a licensed pest control operator for natural biopesticide applications. The product is EPA registered and can be applied in a single treatment that kills ALL bed bugs and nymphs in days, instead of weeks. The older methods of Chemical Treatment and Heat Treatment for bed bugs are not recommended nor offered by Environmental Pest Control since there to many dangers and problems CLICK HERE for more info.
Bed begs are hard to spot and you want to find then early. But, according to the EPA, early, low-level infestations are also very challenging to find and identify. Up to 50% of people with bedbugs will not know it. However, there early warning signs, some of which are reliable and some of which are not. If you see these signs call us for a free bed bug inspection. Early warning signs of bed bug infestation are: you see live bed bugs (often hard to do and sometimes misidentified). You find bed bug shell casings, yellowish, translucent shells found in mattress seams, upholstered furniture, and crevices in wooden furniture. You find bed bug eggs, which are small but visible to the naked eye. You see bed bug fecal spotting, small, dark spots that look like an ink dot from a pen. You see something that looks like small bloodstains on your sheets, clothes, or pillow. You see small, red, itchy bumps on your arms and legs caused by bites. However, many people exhibit NO signs of bed bug bites. A new musty odor appearing in your bedroom is a sign but typically the least reliable.
We have performed many inspections where bed bugs were suspected but were not found. Bed bugs are often misidentified because often you don’t get a great look at them. Other common pests that may masquerade as bedbugs include booklice, carpet beetles, spider beetles, baby cockroaches, bat bugs, fleas, headlice. Don’t guess! Call us for our free bed bug inspection.
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