Pest control prices
There are several questions that we often get asked, but one of the most common is about the costs of pest control services and treatment. Whether the pest control is for a home or business, often the first question asked is: how much does an exterminator cost?
That is a question that can be tricky to answer. There are a lot factors that go into pest control prices. Having a one-size-fits-all pricing structure is nearly impossible, but here are some of the things to consider.
Of course, if you have any concerns about pest infestations you can contact us online and set up an appointment straightaway.
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Here are some of the factors that go into exterminator costs:
When it comes to pricing pest control treatments, a lot depends on the type of pest control that Western Exterminator is doing. If you own a residence or a commercial property, there are different types of pest control solutions necessary and that can affect the price. A residence with an ant problem may not need as much of a continuous pest control treatment plan as a business that produces food will need.
Commercial properties, for example, often require more follow up and much larger use of traps, baits and other treatment methods. There are also often factors that go into treatment regarding laws around food, medicine and other products produced by the business.
The key to determining the price of any pest control service starts with a very key component: the property inspection. This is the key step that each pest control specialist has to take, whether the property is a home or a business, to determine the nature, size and species involved in the pest infestation.
What happens during a property inspection?
If you have a pest control problem and want to discuss treatment options, exterminator cost or other issues, reach out to Western Exterminator by contacting us online today!
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