Termite Service Agreements
Termite service agreements between a homeowner and termite company, ensure that inspectors will visit and inspect your home for visible evidence of termite infestations and termite damage. It is important to note that termites are not ypically covered by general pest control services, and they require a separate contract. The cost of purchasing termite control service agreements varies based on several factors such as size, location and construction type, and such agreements should include an initial inspection, termite control treatment and annual termite inspections.
Most homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover termite damage, and prevention can be the most effective method of termite control. Those living in high-risk states or in particularly moist, humid environments can benefit greatly from investing in termite service agreements.
Learn the signs to look for to determine if you might have a termite infestation.
Termites cost Americans more than $5 billion in damage each year and most insurance plans don’t cover the damage.
We’ll determine whether you actually have termites, then discuss a treatment plan including financing that works for you.
Learn what to expect from your Orkin Man and the AIM process.