Termite Treatment Services
Conditions that may contribute to termite infestations are numerous. Earth to wood contact, siding to ground contact, crawl space moisture, blown insulation on foundation walls, plumbing leaks, ground cover hiding termite activity, hardwood mulch, firewood stored against the home, on a porch or in the garage, gutter leaks, stucco siding may provide invisible access to a home, landscape timbers, improper grade level, planters on a home, improper crawl space clearance, roof leaks and wooden planter boxes may all contribute to termite infestation. Termite treatments can include liquid control measures, termite bait elimination systems or a combination of both.
We are often asked which form of treatment is more effective and which one we would choose if it were our home that we were treating. We would without a doubt apply a non- repellant material, using a rod trench and drill method to encompass the entire structure. Our chemical of choice and the one we use most often is Termidor.
Termidor is made from a revolutionary new non-repellent or "undetectable" chemical technology treatment. That means termites cannot see, smell, taste or avoid Termidor. Instead they contact, ingest, and share it with their nest mates. After Termidor is applied, termites that contact it transfer it to every other termite they in turn contact in a unique process called the "Transfer Effect."
Termidor is the only termite defense that combines a unique mode of action, a long residual, and the ability to manage colonies faster than a baiting system all in a low-dose, low-odor formulation that meets the stringent standards of the Food Quality Protection Act. It begins working immediately to wipe out termites inside and surrounding your home with virtually no odor, which means you and your family won't notice a thing.
For more information on Termidor, please visit: www.termidorhome.com