We offer the Sentricon® System - Termite Colony Elimination System
The Sentricon System is the No. 1 brand in termite protection. It was the first baiting system to eliminate termites at the source and continues to lead the way with advanced technologies and optimized service practices. Developed through extensive research on termite behavior, Sentricon targets the whole termite colony. Installed and maintained by a Certified Sentricon Specialist™, Sentricon stations are placed in a protective ring around the perimeter of the home. Termites eat the bait in the stations and share it with the rest of the colony, eliminating the entire colony, including the termite queen. No queen. No colony. No problem.
Complete Termite Control
We recommend the Sentricon System for termites in most situations. But we know some customers prefer traditional treatment methods. We have you covered. We offer pre-treatments and conventional soil treatment methods as well. We round out our termite services with Wood Destroying Insect Inspections.
Protect your home before termites get in. If you're building a new home take precautions and protect your investment early, it will save you money and headaches.
With our standard treatments we will inspect your home and discuss with you the best treatment solution. We can treat both slab and pier and beam foundations.
If you are buying, selling or refinancing a home you'll need a Wood Destroying Insect inspection. This written inspection reports the evidence of infestation or damage of wood destroying insects.
Termites or Flying Ants?
Can you tell the difference between flying ants and swarming termites?
Knowing the difference could save you thousands of dollars.
When termites swarm, they are looking for a new home. Don't ignore the signs.
Here's an easy way to tell the difference between flying ants and termites. If you are not sure, please call us.
We'll help you make sure your home is not a risk.
The bug stops here.
Termites cause a collective $5 billion in property damage each year. Termites feed on almost any materials made out of wood, paper and cotton. There are several species of termites with the subterranean termites, drywood termites and formosan termites being the most damaging to homes. Learn more about termites on our pest library.
Subterranean termites are the most common and live in underground colonies or in moist secluded areas above ground. They build distinctive mud tubes to gain access to food and protect themselves. These termites will swarm in the spring.
Drywood termites form colonies of up to 2,500 members and are social insects. They infest dry wood directly and do not require ocntact with the soil.
Dampwood termites are usually found in logs, stumps, dead trees, fence posts and utility poles. They are larger then most termite species and infest wood with high moisture content.
Watch out for these termite warning signs:
- Hollow sounding wood
- Cracked paint on wood surfaces
- Groups of winged insects
- Mud tubes on exterior walls
- Discarded wings
- Fras (termite droppings)