Residential Pest Control Packages

Bronze Package

  • Inside Spray 
  • OR
  • Outside Spray
From $160.00

Silver Package

  • Inside Spray 
  • AND
  • Outside Spray
From $220.00

Gold Package


  • Inside Spray
  • AND
  • Outside Spray
  • PLUS
  • Ceiling/Roof Void Dusting


Save $60.00!

From $280.00

Diamond Package

  • Inside Spray
  • AND
  • Outside Spray
  • PLUS
  • Ceiling/Roof Void Dusting
  • PLUS
  • Rodent Baiting


Save $160.00!

From $360.00


Treatment Effectiveness

The more surfaces we can treat at your property, the more likely the pest is to come into contact with a treated area and the more effective the treatment will be. Please consider this when requesting an "Inside Only" or "Outside Only" treatment.

We recommend our Gold Package for optimal performance.

If white-tailed spiders or ants are your main concerns, our Gold Package is a must!

Standard Inclusions

Unless otherwise requested, all Outside Sprays include Fenceline, Clothesline, Wheelie Bins, Letterbox, Outdoor Furniture and Kids' Play Equipment.

Cost Management

We usually charge for our services based on the size of the area that requires them. However, by charging our base rate, applying our per-litre rate of spray, and limiting the amount of surface area we treat, we can easily accommodate tight budgets.

Product Usage

A general rule of thumb is that 5 litres of Spray treats 100m² surface area.

m² surface area should not be confused with m² floorplan area.

Additional Features

Some things can significantly increase the amount of product used to spray your property. Additional costs will likely apply if your property has any of these features:

  • Multi-Storeys / Split-Levels
  • Cathedral / Raked Ceilings
  • High Ceilings (> 2.7 metres)
  • Extended Fencelines (> 100 lineal metres)
  • Wrap-Around / Bullnose Verandas
  • Large Decks / Alfresco Areas
  • Large Blocks / Acreage (> 1000 square metres)
  • Swimming Pool Areas
  • Extra Sheds, Outbuildings etc.

Estimates and Quotes

Unless an on-site quote is completed, we provide estimates, not binding indications of how much we will charge. Should a significant infestation be present, extra product be required, or the property be larger than described, additional costs will apply.

Travel charges

To subsidise some of the labour and vehicle costs incurred on journeys over 30km from Mount Gambier, we charge a per-kilometre rate of $1.00 for the return trip.

If multiple jobs are scheduled in an area, we will share travel costs between jobs at a per-kilometre rate of $0.30 for the return trip. 

We will travel up to a 60km return trip free of charge.


A 10% discount applies to Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card holders.  Pensioner Concession Cards are issued by Services Australia.

Seniors' Cards are not Pensioner Concession Cards.

For full details, please refer to our Terms & Conditions of Service.

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Commercial Pest Control

Email us your site address, site plan, and requirements, and we can provide an Estimate.

Alternatively, call us to arrange an on-site visit so we can provide tailored recommendations and pricing based on our site inspection.

Termite Management

Our Standard Termite and Timber Pest Inspections start at $450.00, while our Pre-Purchase Termite and Timber Pest Inspections start at $550.00.

Termite inspections can vary significantly in cost, and it's essential to understand what you're paying for. At Spiderman SE Eco Pest Management, we pride ourselves on providing thorough, professional Standard Timber Pest Inspections, which go far beyond the basic visual termite inspections many other companies offer. Here's what sets us apart:

Our Comprehensive Inspection Process:
1. Detailed Room-by-Room Inspection: We meticulously inspect every room in your home, tapping walls and wooden elements and scanning wet areas for leaks.
2. Roof Void Examination: We enter the roof void and carefully check every timber to ensure no hidden termite threats.
3. Sub-Floor Inspection: For homes with sub-floors, we examine all the flooring timbers to identify any potential issues.
4. Exterior Building Inspection: We don't just stop at the interior; we also thoroughly inspect the exterior of your home.
5. Outbuilding and Property Assessment: Any outbuildings and the property up to 50 meters from the main building are also checked, including fences, trees, and other structures.

Time and Effort:
This comprehensive approach naturally takes time. A detailed inspection of a standard 3-4 bedroom home should take at least 2 hours. Add to this the travel time to and from your property and a couple of hours to write a thorough report, and you can see that a professional termite inspection is a significant undertaking—at least a 4-hour exercise.

Why Quality Matters:
Choosing a company that rushes through the job or offers a suspiciously low price may initially seem like a bargain. However, you could end up wasting your money and, worse, putting your home at risk. A quick, cheap inspection often misses crucial details that can lead to significant problems.
When people ask how much a termite treatment costs, it's like asking how long a piece of string is. There are many variables involved, and a professional quote can only be provided following an on-site inspection. You should be concerned about any company prepared to provide a quote over the phone.

A termite treatment normally consists of two stages:
Part 1: Eliminate active termites from the house.
Part 2: Install a termite management system around the property.

The price of Part 1 will depend on the product used, the size of the infestation and the species present. However, part 2 of the treatment is the biggest cost component of a termite job.

Here are some factors that come into play:
* Size of the house - the larger the house, the higher the cost (more area to treat).
* Construction type - Is the home on a concrete slab, or does it have a subfloor? Homes with a subfloor have a larger area to treat.
* What type of soil is around the home? (Poor quality / rocky soils may need to be replaced before applying the soil termiticide).
* Does the area surrounding the house consist of soil, pavers, or concrete? Soil has to be dug up, pavers have to be lifted and replaced, and concrete has to be drilled and injected.
* What type of soil is around the home? If the soil is of poor quality and has a large number of stones, it will need to be replaced by quality loam soil before the treatment can be applied.
* How deep do you need to dig to reach the foundations? Proper treatment requires digging 50 mm below the top of the footing.

Although soil-applied termiticides are the most common method of protecting buildings, termite monitoring and baiting systems are a brilliant alternative. This is particularly the case with construction types or soil conditions where soil-applied termiticides are not appropriate. Of course, sometimes a customer will want a termite monitoring and baiting system from an environmental point of view – there is no need for chemical spraying.