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Know The Cost: How to Fix Termite Damage In Your Home

No one wants termites in their house. If possible, we would do everything we can to make sure they never get in the house.

Unlike other damages that can happen to your house, the signs leading to termite presence are very subtle.

Infestation can already start in your home without them showing any visible signs at all.

Once termites have already found their way in, you have to take action as soon as you can to make sure they don’t persist.

The biggest problem with homeowners is termite infestation.

Termites are the most expensive pests to control so you better read up about how much termite damage cost.
 

How Much Termite Damage Is Too Much Damage?

how much termite damage is too much - Big Easy Tree RemovalKeeping an eye out can help you take action as soon as possible to help lessen the damages termites can bring.

It is important to note that termite damages are not the same. It can vary depending on the types of termites in your home, the wood that was used in your home, and how far reaching the infestation has become.

If you are unsure about the rate of damage done by the termites, consulting with experts here in Big Easy Tree Removal will do the job.

Aside from determining the type of damage done by termites, we can also give you suggestions on how to solve the problem.
 

Different Types Of Termite Damage

Let’s dive into different types of termite damage you could encounter in your house. The type of damage you have can also determine the termite treatment cost.
 

Non Invasive Termite Damage

In this non invasive level, the termites have not yet made their way to the core of the wood.

You have found the termites as they are still working on the surface of the wood. This kind of damage will be the easiest to handle.
 

Slightly Invasive Termite Damage

In this kind of termite damage, the infestation has become bigger and easier to spot. There will also be irregular patterns made by the movement of the termite.
 

Invasive Damage

In this type of damage, you can expect that the infestation has gone deep into your house structure.

Wood has already turned a darker stain and there are deeper, more hollow areas in the wood. Punctures will also have made their way.

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Termite Treatment and Cost

Termite treatment costs can range between 219 and 911 dollars, with 565 dollars on average.

If you base it per linear foot, termite treatments can be between 3 to 15 dollars.

If there are other pest problems that need to be resolved, you may pay an average of 173 dollars for another pest control service.

Exterminators can take different factors into account like depth of infestation, required damage treatments, dampness or dryness of the affected area, and the size needed to be treated, and the species or type of termites present.
 

Chemical Treatments

With chemical treatments, extermination would need liquid soil treatments.

Chemicals often used are Termidor, arsenic trioxide, bifenthrin, fipronil, permethrin, and imidacloprid.

They are best used for non-invasive infestation and are applied to a house’s exterior.

You would first need to dig holes or trenches around the home so that the chemicals can be poured into the holes.

You can expect these treatments to cost around 3 to 16 dollars per linear foot.
 

Tenting Treatments

Tenting is used for treating larger areas of infestations, like a whole house.

Areas that cannot be covered by bait or chemical treatments often use tenting.

The whole house or building will be covered in a tent to enclose it so that chemicals can be administered in the closed set-up.

They do not work that well with underground infestations though. Costs can be around 5 to 20 dollars per linear foot or a flat rate of 1200 to 2500 dollars.
 

Bait Treatments

With baiting, you can target subterranean and drywood termites.

Just like chemical treatment, holes or trenches are dug where the baits will be placed.

As they take the bait, they will bring back the poison to their colony.

Once successful, this can kill the entire colony. This can cost around 8 to 12 dollars per linear foot.
 

Fumigation Treatments

Fumigation is like tenting but is a more aggressive treatment because it uses gas.

The deadly gas goes around the tent to kill the termites.

This process can take hours to finish but it might take up to 5 days for the gas to be completely gone. This would cost about 10 to 20 dollars per linear foot.
 

Heat Tenting Treatments

If you are looking for an organic treatment, heat tenting can work for you. Hot air is used to kill the colony.

This can take up to 8 hours to complete and costs about 10 dollars per linear foot, or 800 to 2500 dollars per project.
 

Get Started with a Termite Damage Repair and Extermination Before It’s Too Late

Termite treatments are not cheap so if you plan to invest in exterminators, find the ones who can do the job the best.

Give us a call at Big Easy Tree Removal. We don’t only handle tree removal and arborist services, we can also rid your property of termite infestation and damages.


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