Termite Control – American Pest Management Inc.

Posted: August 27, 2017 at 4:48 am


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Is Your Home At Risk?

Subterranean termites build their colonies underground in a series of tunnels that can span city blocks with up to a million members. The fertile queens that supply the colonies with worker termites have been known to live decades, even up to 50 years. If you have an infestation near you, its not going anywhere anytime soon. Cold weather months may make these guys move a little slower as they have to burrow deeper into the ground to find warmth, but theyre still active.

Subterranean termites are incredible creatures. They are so in tune with their environment that they feel the temperature of the soil change when an object is laid on it. To see if it is a possible food source, theyll send a few scouts to burrow to the top to check it out. If its wood or material they can use as food, theyll begin sending more and more worker termites to scavenge resources to feed the colony.

If youre storing firewood near your home, or even leaving un-raked leaves in your yard in the fall, you may be inviting termite colonies to feast on one of your largest personal assets.

You may not hear about them on the news, but termites cause more damage to US homes than tornadoes or fires combined. They cause $5 billion in damages each year.

Contact us today to schedule your free home evaluation, and for more information on our termite treatment plans.

American Pest Management, Inc. and the Sentricon System protects your home 24/7/365. When termites find the stations and feed on the bait, the termite colony elimination process starts immediately. We are attacking their home before they attack yours. The Sentricon System continuously protects your home without deteriorating. When your American Pest Management, Inc. Certified Sentricon Specialist visits your home, a complete inspection will be performed on your home and in the stations. If the stations or bait is ever found to be consumed, broken or in unsatisfactory condition, they are replaced. Your system works at the same efficiency 20-30 years down the road as the 1st day you put it in the ground with annual service visits.

Termite bait technology has steadily advanced, and the bait category has gained greatly in acceptance among Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) and homeowners. Learn why termite baits are best for Certified Sentricon Specialists (CSSs), their customers, crews and businesses. Visit the Sentricon Website!

The Sentricon System destroys the Termite Queen and her colony without disrupting your lawn, landscaping or foundation. Thats because there is no structural drilling or trenching and digging around your foundation. The stations are simply put in the ground around your home, forming a protective ring. Termites prefer the bait found in Sentricon more than wood, and its active ingredient, noviflumuron, prevents them from molting.

Step 1 A Certified Sentricon Specialist checks for signs of termites.Step 2 Stations are placed around your home, and the bait immediately begins working.Step 3 Your Certified Sentricon Specialist makes sure the stations are always working.

To learn more about Sentricon visit their website

Termites damage more homes yearly than fires and tornadoes combined. Thats why termite inspections are critical for prospective homeowners and business owners.

Well schedule the inspection at your convenience, delivering the report in a form accepted by FHA, VA, FMHA, HUD and other national lenders. Thats just one less thing you have to worry about.

Most Importantly, when you choose American Pest Management, Inc. for your real estate inspection, it includes a 90-day warranty. If a live infestation is found within 90 days of the inspection, well provide a corrective treatment free.

Sentricon is a registered trademark of Dow Agrosciences

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