Who we serve

  • Greater San Francisco Bay
  • Greater Los Angeles

 

  • Single Family Residences
  • Multi-Family Residences
  • Commercial Properties

Biovent Termite Price Schedule:

Inspection fee:
> $300 for residential*
> $500 for commercial*

Treatment fee:
> $300 per spot treatment** residential
> $500 per spot treatment** commercial

* (Inspection fee is waived if treatment is done same day!)
** (One spot treatment is 10 linear board feet, or 25 square feet.)

Services overview

Biovent Termite specializes in local spot-treatments only. No fumigations. Ever.

While fumigations are highly effective in eliminating wood destroying pests completely from your home, sometimes they are unneccesary. Many termite companies will do a visual inspection of your home and find evidence of termites, (i.e. kick-out holes, pellets, wood damage, mud tubes, etc.). They'll poke at the suspected wood with a metal prod and then make a recommendation on how to treat your home... one of those recommendations may be to spend thousands of dollars to fumigate your home.

But is that enough information for you to spend all that time, money, and effort to go through the hassle of the fumigation process? Not to mention the idea of lethal gas being pumped into your home and being released into our atmosphere? Or the fact that chemicals are being injected into the soil around your home with the possibility of it ending up in our drinking water? Or the added cost of moving out of your home for a few days and then coming back wondering if the dangerous gas still remains in your home?

Wouldn't you want hard, concrete proof that termites are alive and active in the areas that show evidence before you make the decision to fumigate and spend thousands of dollars?

We at Biovent Termite can provide you that concrete proof you need!

In fact, we have saved customers THOUSANDS of dollars by avoiding the cost of a fumigation. If you want to use the least amount of chemical necessary to destroy the pest; know that you're not putting excessive chemicals into the environment; know that you're actually treating areas with active infestations; and want to stay in your home, you've come to the right place.

All of our customers come to us because they seek out other options to having a fumigation. They simply don't want to deal with the hassle of packing their belongings and moving out of their home for a few days. Even though a properly conducted and supervised fumigation can be a highly effective treatment for drywood termites, some customers want a piece of mind knowing that there won't be any residual gas left in their homes.

Our approach is different than most termite companies. Instead of just looking for evidence of termite infestations, we'll actually test the suspected area(s) to see if the termites are still in wood and eating away at your home. Our Termite Tracker is an acoustic device that listens for termites eating the wood. Once we identify an area of infestation, we'll drill a tiny 1/8th inch hole into the wood and then insert a probe to confirm live termite activity. If a live infestation exists, we'll then test the surrounding areas until we get zero activity. Once we have identified the areas to be treated, we'll drill a couple of tiny holes (1/8th inch) and inject Premise Foam into the wood. Simple as that. Sometimes, you'd be surprised to see dead termites coming out of the kick out holes!

Here are some images from a customer's home with live termite infestations.

dead termite

After injecting Premise Foam into the wood, this is what came out... dead drywood termites

dead termites

After treating a rafter, the paint broke away and revealed a large void with dead drywood termites inside.

A collection of dead drywood termites that came out of a Termite Tracker confirmed, actively infested rafter.

Biovent Termite offers the following services for its customers:

    • > Termite inspections with Termite Tracker technology.
    • > Onsite reports for residential properties.
    • > Inspection and local treatment completed the same day in most cases for residential and commercial properties.