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How much does termite control cost?
Termite treatments are determined by the type of termite that you have in your home. Subterranean termites and Drywood termites are the two types typically found in Arizona and require very different treatments to be successful in their elimination.
Another important factor that is considered when determining cost is the type of foundation that your home has. For example, we have different processes and procedures for a tension slab than we would with a floating slab.
Luckily, our Arizona Certified Technicians, have the experience to know how to handle any situation and will go over each step of the process with you. They will help you understand the cost of the treatment, as well as fell comfortable with it.
Why do I need my home inspected?
Every home is different and is dealing with specific termite issues. The initial free inspection is needed to create a plan of action against the termites in your home. Our technicians need to determine the types of termites, extent of damage, entry points, etc. All of this needs to be determined before the treatment to ensure that we take the proper steps necessary to fully eliminate termites from your home.
Why is it important to get a warranty?
Receiving a warranty on any valuable purchase is important. You want to make sure that if for some reason you needed additional service or support that you wouldn’t have to invest any more money than you already have. With our termite warranty, any and all of your termite needs will be covered by us at no cost to you.
What if there are signs of termites after a treatment?
If signs of a re-infestation are detected after a termite treatment, our experienced technicians will come back to your home and re-treat any areas that are allowing access to termites. With your warranty, this service will come at no additional cost to you.
Why are annual inspections necessary?
Annual inspections are necessary to make sure there are no existing or new signs of a termite infestation. Termites can cause a lot of damage in a short amount of time so making sure that your termite inspections are recurring annually could potentially save you time and money down the road.
What are some indicators of a termite infestation?
Some top signs that your home may be infested with termites include mud tubs on exterior walls, visible discarded wings or swarmers, wood damage, damaged paint, and frass which is the small wood chip-like material that termites leave behind.