Here is a fairly rudimentary test of a pricing table using the “Responsive Pricing Table” plugin for WordPress. Formatting here is pretty basic and can be adjusted as needed. The best part about this is that we can include it into any page using a simple shortcode, and it will display the same everywhere. The table itself can be modified by going to the “Pricing Tables” tab in WordPress, and changing it there will change it across the entire site.
The plugin itself is free, with a pro version that has a few more bells and whistles. Free version has no limitations, and the pro version just adds a few features that we might not need anyway.
The thing that this plugin doesn’t do is allow for more complicated price factoring. So there would need to be some text somewhere saying “The above prices are for a home x square feet or less on a lot y square feet or less. For a home or lot larger than this size we would need to have our technician give an adjusted quote there on site.”
In theory it would be possible to build a price-calculator system, with different fields for home size, lot size, terrain type, additional buildings, treatment options, and so forth. The issue I see there is that before long the whole thing could get rather overwhelming. Perhaps a better approach would be to have a “small/medium/large” option for your lot/home size with clarification as to what those actually mean, and then to have separate “gold/silver/bronze” tables for each of those. But even a “small/medium/large” scale doesn’t make sense when you go above a certain level. At some point you just have to have a tech out for an estimate, but those people are usually less concerned with price and more with quality.