How much termite treatment costs?

Termite infestation never stops unless it is treated. With the passage of time, it worsens up if remains untouched. The termite colonization is fast and reliable. They begin with a small next that is undetectable. But within a few weeks, they set up a colony. And in months that colony expands into a kingdom.

As far as termites remain in the wood, they are quite beneficial. But if they step into your home, whether you or termites could live there.

The cost of the termite treatment is determined by the tasks required. Generally, the process begins with the inspection. Termites live behind the wooden structure. And they only appear when they have done the damage.

The inspection process helps in finding all the spots where termites have infested. Normally the inspection process is free. But if the pest control professionals have to use certain tools to ascertain their spots, it may add up some price. Further, they pest cost professionals provide a detailed report that tells about the job required, density and total time.

The report may cost up to $200. Next comes the termite treatment. The services you get determine how much termite treatment cost. The liquid treatment is the initial option. It cost different for every construction level in the building. Like the basement could cost $5 to $8 per linear foot.

Further, the crawlspace may cost between $4 and $7 per linear foot. And the slab foundation falls between $3 and $6 per linear foot. Then is the baiting process. It is one of the cheapest termite treatments. Bait stations can stop the entry of the termites into the building.

The process may cost as low as $3 and may go as high as $7 per linear foot. The baiting equipment does not impact the cost. Instead, the perimeter of the home influences the cost. The price may increase if there is a structure next to your construction.

Also, if the perimeter is full of woods, it may increase the price. Further, clear perimeters may have the lowest cost.

The liquid treatment warranty renewal costs $150 to $225. It depends on the size of the structure covered. And the bait stations subscription costs up to $2.50 per linear foot. The total subscription cost may lie between $300 and $500. 

The protection level may decrease in the absence of renewals. The treatment is not forever. It may die after a few years. And the threat of termite infestation may rise again. Once you renew the plan, the pest control professionals come in and check if everything is fine. They ensure there is no termite infestation within and outside the structure. 

Worried About Termite Damage? You Should be.

Usually, you don’t see termites or the damages they cause until it’s too late. In fact, the annual cost of termite damage to buildings in the US is more than $5 billion- greater than that of fires, hurricanes and tornadoes combined.

The Best Solution? Sentricon® System

The Sentricon System starts protecting your property the minute it is installed.  Termites are attracted to the bait and once consumed, lose the ability to eat, breed and survive.  

The end result is the complete elimination of the colony, including the queen!


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