If you are living in an area where the termites are more prevalent, termite inspection and control services are essential. There are several factors that determine the termite treatment cost, including the size of your home, the extent of infestation, number of visits required, type of treatments required and much more. If you suspect the presence of termites in your property and want to know how much it will cost to eliminate them, here is a comprehensive price guide for you.

Factors Determining The Cost Of Termite Treatment:

Area Of Your Home:

Larger homes have more space and need more intensified treatments. So, the total square foot area of your home will have a major impact on the cost of termite treatment.

Extent of infestation:

If your home is lightly infested by these destructive pests, application of less intensive chemicals will do the wonder. On the other hand, if the infestation is severe, more intensive chemicals are required to address the problem, which will increase the treatment cost.

Age of Infestation:

A new nest of termites would have caused a little damage, whereas a nest that is several years old would have caused a lot of damages to your property. The old colony will be well-established and require the most effective treatments, costing you a little higher.

Your Property’s Foundation:

Foundations built using monolithic slabs require a personalised treatment approach as this kind of foundations has a lot of crawl space, encouraging termite infestation. Before delivering the treatments, the experts should come up with a customised treatment procedure, which will affect the termite control cost.

Type of Treatment:

Treating subterranean termites involves two steps – installing a bait system and spraying termiticide. In some cases, drilling holes in the foundation to gain access to the infestation is required. This will influence the cost of termite treatment.

If you want a clear, upfront quote for termite treatment, you can contact the Enviro Safe Pest Control experts at 1300 997 272.