Sentricon Termite Baiting
Termites are sneaky but the good news is you can win.
Termites have been around for a very very long time. The king and queen in the nest produce a continuous volume of offspring. Workers find the sources of food and they bring it back to the rest of the colony. Soldiers defend the colony. Reproductives produce the new colony pests, and the swarmers go outside of the colony to start new ones. Busy arn’t they?!
To take it all up a notch, termites then use specialized chemical signals. These signals direct workers to food sources while also warning of impending danger. With the right bait, that believe it or not, termites like even more than than they like to eat wood, the Sentricon® System is truly an amazing and very smart science and helps to destroy these pesky and destructive pests.
Termite Control and Baiting Using Sentricon
Sentricon beats the termites at their own game. They eagerly consume it without being aware of any threat — mean while the patented active ingredient literally takes away their ability to eat, reproduce or even to stay alive! They never even know what hit them. Sentricon kills the queen and the colony.
Sentricon is a revolutionary product
Sentricon works far better than traditional liquid insecticides because it kills the colony and its queen. Sentricon has actually become the first and only termite product that has been awarded the Presidential Green Chemistry Award by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Get an expert to help you – Call VIP Pest Control today
The best results are gained by having a Certified Sentricon Specialist who is qualified to use Sentricon to get rid of and prevent termites from attacking your home. Our expert pest control representatives will install and maintain a ring of Sentricon stations in and around your home. Sentricon is the No. 1 brand in termite protection and you will rest well knowing that your home is being protected with this method!
Sentricon – Ongoing protection
Your VIP Pest Control Sentricon expert will maintain your home protection for you, conveniently and professionally. Our recommendations for doing this include:
Identify signs of active termite invasion, for example look for signs of mud tubes, insect wings as well as live termites.We suggest that you eliminate any wood debris, newspapers and remove any excess moisture in your crawl spaces or basements that may encourage infestations. Check to see if there are any plumbing leaks that need to be repaired.