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The price of a pest control service is a frequently asked question, and concern, for many home and businesses owners when enlisting professional help to remove a pest from a property.
As there are a range of factors which contribute to the price of a pest extermination, it is difficult to provide an exact quote due to all the elements that must be considered.
The type of pest which is infesting your property contributes to the overall pricing of the removal service. The cost of exterminating cockroaches differs from the price of treating a rodent problem as different treatments are needed to complete this task.
The size of the pest infestation in your home or business affects the pricing of the pest removal service. For example, removing a large, established flea infestation will cost more than treating a small flea problem.
The type of treatment needed to eradicate a pest problem relates to the overall pricing of the pest control service. For example, the cost of using insecticides to exterminate bed bugs differs from the price of heat treatment. Similarly, the pricing for preventive pest control varies from the cost of corrective treatments.
The size of the property plays a part in the cost of a pest control service. The larger the property the more time it will take to fully treat a pest problem. This will have an effect on the cost of the treatment needed to remove the pest.
The number of treatments required. Different types of pests often require multiple treatments for successful control. This can be reflected within the pricing of the pest control service. For example, the price of a wasp nest removal is cheaper than the cost of a rat treatment, as getting rid of rodents often requires multiple visits by a pest control specialist.
The pricing of pest control solutions differs between residential and commercial customers. Residential pest control is often only required for a single service, i.e for a rodent problem.
Commercial properties often require ongoing support to comply with specific laws such as food safety. Long term support for businesses, in the form of an integrated pest management programme, will have an impact on the price of the services provided.