Termite Prevention.

When it comes to gaining access to your home, termites are amazingly proficient. The last thing you want to do is make their job easier. Homeowners must take effective termite prevention measures, like the addition of bait stations, and make sure that their home doesn't become a termite’s home.

3 Steps to effective termite defense

Termites can’t distinguish between the wood in your home and the wood in nature. It’s vital to take steps to help ensure your home does not become part of their menu.

1) Get professional help

Inspections by a Pest Management Professional are the best way to ensure your home truly is and will remain, protected from termites. Your local Pest Management Professional is specially trained to look for signs of termites, like small holes in wood, crumbling drywall, sagging doors and floors, insect wings, and small tubes or tunnels. Just because these signs are absent doesn’t mean your house is in the clear. Termites are masters at avoiding detection, so you need a trained professional to spot termite activity. They’ll also be able to explain how to correct any conditions that currently exist in your home that are inviting to termites (i.e. wood-to-soil contact).

2) Defend your home with Trelona® ATBS Annual Bait Stations

If the inspection reveals termites, your Pest Management Professional can protect your home with the best defense against termites—Trelona ATBS Annual Bait Stations, which have consistently proven to be extremely effective at eliminating termites from structures. It has also proven to be extremely effective at preventing future structural infestations and damages.

3) Schedule regular professional inspections

Scheduling regular inspections by your Pest Management Professional will make sure the Trelona ATBS Annual Bait Stations continue to do their job, and that your home remains termite-free.

The assurance of a Trelona ATBS Annual Bait Station licensed professional

The assurance of a Trelona® ATBS Annual Bait Station licensed professional.

A termite control failure can mean frustration, disruption, stress, and damage to your home. There’s simply no substitute for the assurance and quality of service provided by licensed pest management professionals.