How Much Does Termite Control Cost?
April 5, 2018
Each year, termites cause over $7 billion worth of structural damage throughout the United States. What does that mean for your home? Homeowners spend around $8,000 to take care of the damage caused to their home from a termite infestation. Before you panic, termite control cost is a different, much less-expensive story.
Termite Control Cost by the Numbers
Inspection: One-off termite inspections can cost between $150 and $300. If you are part of a comprehensive pest inspection and control program, termite inspections are included. Green Pest Solutions will inspect your home for termite for free with or without a pest program.
Quote: Free! At least it should be. And if there is a fee, some companies put it toward your service.
Treatment: Treatment costs vary, but the average cost for a chemical treatment is between $1,300 and $1,500. It is often calculated by the square footage of treatment space needed, so the bigger your home or infestation, the bigger the cost. Fumigation costs are higher, ranging between $1,300 and $2,500.
Signs of a Termite Infestation
As soon as you see any of these signs of termite damage, call a pro, like Green Pest Solutions right away to lessen the cost of treatment and potential damage:
- Discarded wings
- Mud tubes
- Floor damage
- Termite waste (frass)
- Wall damage
- Wood damage
Green Pest Solutions Knows Termites.
We know termites. If termites have already invaded your home, we’ll provide the best termite treatment solution to rid them from your property. Our exterminators can administer our specific treatment, which may include Termidor HE or Advance Termite Bait to kill existing termites and create a protective barrier to prevent a future infestation. This revolutionary termite control system features EPA-approved materials that will keep your interior living spaces free of harsh chemicals. Call us today at 877-636-9469.
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Guide to Termites
Protect your home from the devastation that termites can cause by knowing how to identify them, warning signs of their presence, and steps to prevent an infestation.