How Often Should Termite Treatments Be Conducted?
- Termite Bait Station: 12 Months
- Liquid Barrier: Five Years
What is the Typical Duration of a Termite Treatment?
Long-lasting Liquid Termite Treatments
Termite Bait Stations for Long-Term Pest Control
What Effects the Duration of Termite Treatments?
Difficulty of Extermination for Severe Infestations
Protect Your Property Against Termites
Termite Treatment FAQs
Yes. Termites reproduce quickly, with a queen producing up to 30,000 eggs in just one day. Each year, termites damage approximately 600,000 homes in the United States. Consequently, this costs anywhere from $2 to $5 billion in control and repairs.
Termite treatment needs to take effect immediately. Queens lay eggs daily, so treatments need to start killing the termites within a day or two. For severe infestations, it may take longer to eliminate the entire colony.
Unfortunately, termites may return after treatment. Therefore, ongoing maintenance is necessary to keep termites away.
On Demand does NOT charge for inspections. Our objective is to provide each customer with a personalized strategy. We know where to look for certain types of bugs, and we will perform a full inspection to find them. Additionally, we will also check for any other type of pest that may have made their way into your home. Each strategy takes into account the specifics of the property, issue, and the surrounding area. You may request an inspection by contacting (954) 947-0805.
The typical cost of termite treatment ranges from $200 to $900, or $3 to $16 per linear foot. The average cost of termite treatment is approximately $560.
It is recommended to schedule an annual inspection for termite treatment and protection. This holds true even if you don’t currently have a termite problem in your home. Regular inspections and treatments are crucial in preventing infestations and identifying the efficacy of your termite treatment. Additionally, if your property has a history of termite infestations, a yearly examination is crucial to avoid such disastrous circumstances.