In the pest control world, early spring is prime time for termites. Large colonies with populations in the hundreds of thousands thrive this time of year causing irreparable damage to homes and buildings. Luckily, our approach to termite control service is two-fold—we’ve got the tools to control existing infestations and the ability to monitor future termite activity.
Green Giant’s Termite Control Program
Termite Extermination – Contact us for Pricing
As I’m sure you know, termites can cause a lot of damage. Regardless of the severity of the infestation, Green Giant can provide a solution. We have the ability to treat under concrete, inside of walls, and just about any other area.
Termite Inspection – $185.00 (for houses with up to five bedrooms)
We will provide termite inspections for customers that think they might have termites as well as customers that need an inspection for the sale or purchase of a home.
- If the customer does have termites, and they choose to have Green Giant perform the extermination service, we will apply the $185 towards the treatment cost. If termites are not found, or the customer chooses not to use Green Giant for treatment, the refund is non-refundable.
- If the inspection is for the purchase or sale of a property, the inspection will include a Termite Report – also referred to as a Wood Destroying Insect (WDI) Report which is usually required by a bank issuing a mortgage.
Termite Protection Plan – $16.99 / month (for houses with up to five bedrooms)
If you are interested in protecting your home from termites all year long, this plan is what you need. Once an initial inspection is completed and no wood destroying insect are found, all you need to do is make your first monthly payment to start the program. Green Giant will cover all treatment costs if a problem arises from termites.
Without coverage, costs can typically range from $1,500-$4,000, depending on structure size.
See all the details of our Termite Protection Plan.
Swarms of “Silent Destroyers” Need a Giant Solution: Termite Control
How did termites earn this harsh nickname? Consider this: Termites eat 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This means that damage to wood in and around a structure can happen very quickly. In fact, the National Pest Management Association estimates that termites cause in excess of $5 billion in property damage each year in the United States.
Learn more about the Signs of Termites and what you need to know.