Our termite control process
A termite inspection is a vital first step in the termite control process. By carefully inspecting your home, we can determine whether termites are active or not. This inspection helps us decide on the best course of treatment and helps us determine how much, if any, damage has already occurred to your house, which will help you make repair decisions. Additionally, an inspection will identify areas where conducive conditions are present.
During your termite inspection, we'll inspect the following areas for any signs of termite activity:
- On top of the slab
We offer two main treatment options: Liquid treatments and baiting systems:
For our liquid treatment, we use Termidor®, America's #1 termite defense product. We'll dig a trench into the soil around the perimeter of your home, apply the product into the trench, then fill the trench back in. We call this our trench and drench process. By creating a continuous barrier of protection around your house, termites have no choice but to walk through it, and they won't even realize that they have. Once Termidor® has gotten onto the termites, they can transfer it to other members of the colony. Eventually, it works its way through the whole colony and eliminates them all.
Our baiting system, Advanced Termite Baiting Systems, is another excellent choice for termite control. We install bait stations in the ground every 10-15 feet around the perimeter of your house. When a termite finds the station, it will bring the bait back to the colony while also alerting other worker termites to the station's presence. This way, the entire colony ends up taking the bait and is eliminated.
Our termite control services include a follow-up visit 45 days after your initial treatment. They also include a warranty that is renewable and transferable. Your home will be protected from termites for as long as you maintain your contract.