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By: Blake S.
Burt's Termite & Pest Control
If you have a question or concern about bugs I HIGHLY recommend contacting Burt's Termite & Pest control. I have had the privilege of working with Burt's on many jobs and I assure you that their knowledge, training and professionalism is second to none. From the moment you speak to one of their friendly and helpful staff members to meeting the highly trained experts in the field, you will see what top notch service looks like.
By: Buddy H.
Zap-It Pest Control
I asked to schedule an appointment for an inspection, was told they don't inspect for what I asked about....even though the site clearly says they are offering a free inspection for a limited time. But the lady was friendly and told me what to look for to make sure if I have the problem or not.
By: Amy H.
Burt's Termite & Pest Control
Used Burt's when we found signs of termites in our basement. Very easy to work with and no additional signs of Termites since the treatment. Thanks Burt's!
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By: Kathy H.
Burt's Termite & Pest Control
Had ants...one treatment they're gone!! They are the best. Pro's all the way. Thank you so much!
By: daria.schooler
Zap-It Pest Control
Business owner answers his own phone, and responded very promptly on a weekend.
Tips & Advices
Fumigation is dangerous to pets and humans. Liquid termicides, however, are safe to use around pets.
No. Because termite infestations are considered preventable, most home insurance policies do not cover treatments or damage.
It's best to treat an entire home to ensure the termite infestation is completely eliminated. Spot treating costs less, but increases the likelihood of missed colonies. In addition, spot treatments can make a home unattractive to future buyers.
The cost to eliminate termites varies depending on the method. Bait costs between $150-$300, while fumigation costs $1,300-$2,500. Heat treatment costs around $1 per square foot, so a 2,500 square-foot home would cost $2,500.
The length of time depends on the process used:
  • Fumigation takes approximately five days. The termites die quickly, but homeowners must remain out of the house until the chemicals clear.
  • Bait exterminations can take months to destroy an entire colony. The bait kills termites during the molting process. If an insect eats the bait and does not molt, it is unaffected.
  • Heat extermination takes approximately eight hours and is environmentally friendly. This process heats the home to 150 degrees F.

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