Every pest control company charges a different price for termite treatment. The extent of your infestation is also considered in the cost. Pest management plans that include future inspections and treatments are figured into the price. There is no way to predict the exact price of a termite treatment without knowing the facts pertaining to your home. The size of your home, the type and the size of the infestation are factors in determining the cost. If you have a termite infestation, have an exterminator come into your home and give you an estimate.
To determine the cost of termite treatments, the exterminators determine the size of your home. Then they determine the type of foundation you have for the home. For instance, do you have a finished or unfinished basement, crawl spaces, or a slab foundation? Does your slab have ceramic floor tiles or heat vents? When did you first notice the termite activity? How large is the infestation and do you see the mud tubes? If any drilling is required, this adds to the cost of the treatment as well.
After the pest control professional assesses all these factors, an estimate can be given for termite treatment. If you want a guarantee that requires future inspections, you will pay a little more for this service. It might cost a little more, but it’s better to have future inspections to make sure that all termite activity is gone. Estimates are usually exact since the exterminator does go over everything very closely. You can have more than one estimate and see which one will give you the best value. This is very important to remember when choosing a company for pest control.