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Termite Treatment Cost and Inspection Cost Guide

Insects are straight up impossible to avoid no matter which part of the world you live in.

A few of them are relatively easy to share your home with. Others, not quite.

But I hope you agree with me when I say:

Termites belong to the majority that are a big pain in the ass to deal with.

And like any responsible homeowner, you should make it your first priority to get them out of your property.


Termite Treatment Cost Price Chart

Extermination MethodEvacuation RequiredPriceCustom Quotes
Termite TentingYes$1,200 to $2,500 for a 1,250-square foot house
Chemical ExterminationYes$1,350 to $2,500 for every 1250 square feet
Termite Heat TreatmentYes$800 to $3200
Termite Baiting SystemsNo$2,500 for a 2,500 square-foot home

Factors that govern termite treatment cost:

One of the reasons why it is hard to give an accurate cost estimate for everybody is that the treatment depends upon many different factors that govern the overall price. It is also the reason every professional pest control service would first conduct an inspection before giving you the total cost. To give you an idea, here is a list of factors that can increase or decrease your termite treatment cost.

Method Used:

Over the last few decades, many methods have been brought in to use to get rid of termites. Each with their own benefits, drawbacks and costs. Each method can cost you more or less depending on the nature of your property. For example, if you choose to go with chemical extermination when termites colonies are present in places that are hard to access, like below concrete slabs. The cost would be more. Which is why termite control methods can contribute a lot to what the total cost of treatment is going to be.


Prices can also vary depending upon your location. Cities like New York or Los Angeles tend to be more expensive in pest control services than any small town or city.

Infestation Extent:

If you’re lucky enough to detect termite infestation on time. Then most likely, your whole home is not infested. Keep in mind, termite treatment would only be confined to the areas with termites, other areas can be treated with repellents to fail future attacks. Which is why, the more area you have infested in your home, the more it would cost to get rid of termites.

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