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Knowledge Center: Getting a Termite Bond
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Getting a Termite Bond

If you have an issue with termites in your home, you are going to require extermination and maintenance of those termites. Once they are in your home, there is always the risk that they will come back. They are persistent because they want food and, to them, your home has the food source that they need to survive. Termites have a very strong survival instinct, making them a force to be reckoned with.

What a termite control company does for you is get rid of the termite infestation you have now and they then put preventative measures in place. However, even preventative measures only last so long and that means that you will need to have these measures put into place on occasion. Because of this, you want to get a termite bond with the company.

What’s a Termite Bond?

A termite bond is a termite protection contract between an individual and a termite control company. This contract says that when contracts come back in the future, the company will come and take care of the problem.

It is a very good idea to get one of these agreements because the pesticides that are used in exterminating termites can vary based on the amount of time that they actually work. What you are doing through a termite bond is arranging it to where you have protection in the instance that the termites come back. When evidence of termites has been within a home at one time, it is likely that they may come back. Your home obviously has something that they like.

So when you have the termite control company come into your home to exterminate termites, you want to speak with them on starting a termite bond so that you can ensure that termites are repelled and that they can be exterminated if they ever come back.

The Cost

How much a termite bond will cost you depends upon the area you live in and your home. You can, however, expect for the bond to be rather low in cost. The damages that are caused by termites can cost you much more than the fees you are going to pay for your termite bond throughout the years. You want to do all that you can to prevent the damage that can be caused for the fact that termites can destroy your home’s structure.

Once you review the terms of the termite bond with your termite control company, you can then proceed with the signing of the bond. This can be a much more affordable option for you than you having to pay for every inspection individually. The termite bond is more or less a way for you to commit yourself to the company and them to commit to you for a reduced overall cost. In other words, the termite control company is rewarding you for not going to another company but staying with them. They do have to be paid for the services rendered, but overall you are paying a cost that is significantly less.

So if you have been overcome with termites and are looking for a solution to keeping them out of your home for the long-term, a termite bond can help you do that. A termite bond is a great way to ensure that you are always going to have the services that you need to protect the structure of your home from these very destructive insects. When you can see how much money you will save from getting a termite bond, you’ll realize that you’ve made a move that will save you a significant amount of money from now on.

THE ORKIN GUARANTEE

Orkin promises your complete satisfaction with its termite control and monitoring services. But if you’re not happy for any reason, Orkin will gladly refund your last service payment, no questions asked. Want to know more? Call 866-715-4665 today.