Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Ant control by little black sugar ants and big black carpenter ant exterminator: SEATTLE PEST CONTROL’S TAKE ON SPRING WEATHER CONDUCIVE TO LITTLE BLACK SMALL SUGAR ANTS THAT ARE NOW INVADING HOMES AND COMMERCIAL BUSINESSES.
Ant Extermination Average Costs A one-time treatment by an exterminator might cost $150 to $1,000 depending on the type of ant (carpenter ant treatments tend to be more expensive), the property size, the severity of the problem, and the methods used. A one-time treatment may come with a guarantee (that is, the company will retreat the area if ants reemerge). Quarterly, bi-monthly, or monthly services run $350 to $700 per year. These plans entail an initial treatment followed by regularly scheduled retreatments. They’re typically guaranteed, meaning you can schedule a follow-up visit whenever an outbreak occurs (even before your next scheduled treatment). Make sure to read the fine print, though. Service plans often self-renew unless the customer requests termination.98007