Termites are a destructive insect that eats away at homes from the inside out. Most people think they'll never have a termite problem, but then suddenly a group of winged termites emerges in the living space, or they find rotted wood under the paint on the baseboard. Their initial reaction is to kill whatever termites they see, thinking they can handle termites like they handle ants or flies. However, the best way to get a long-term and complete solution is to contact us.
It's great to take care of some problems around the house, but termites are very different. Eliminating a colony requires a careful approach with meticulous attention to detail. The first step is to have access to the most effective termiticide on the market. Termidor is the best solution to a termite problem. Applications through our HP machine can be made at the exact depth of one foot and precise spacing of six inches, creating a uniform barrier that provides uninterrupted control.
Colonies of eastern subterranean termites are located out of view deep in the soil. For that reason, the best method of preventing termite problems is a chemical barrier placed in the soil around your home. Subterranean termites are very common in Kennesaw, Georgia, so it is essential for your peace of mind to prevent an infestation instead of worrying about how to control one. Since 2000, homeowners have gotten effective termite control and treatment with Termidor, so we use it exclusively for termite control. Whether your home is built on a slab or a poured foundation, subterranean termites can find their way into the adjacent wood. They work their way in through cracks and expansion joints, moving upward toward the sill plate and studs. The wall that separates the house and garage is a common entry point, and crawlspaces are a particular area of concern as well. Termites can move undetected inside concrete blocks and get uninterrupted access to wood. In Kennesaw, the best way to keep termites at bay is with a professional application of Termidor.Termidor HP
When we receive a call from you, we'll schedule a visit from one of our inspectors. You'll get a comprehensive review of the situation, checking out your areas of concern and determining whether or not you have a termite problem. From there, the inspector will take measurements to calculate a quote for our treatment services. When you decide to proceed with treatment, the inspector will schedule it and get you ready to go. It is important to note that even if the inspector sees no termites, you can still benefit from Termidor treatment because it can prevent termite infestations as well, and Termidor will continue to protect your home for up to ten years.
The treatment process can run from an hour up to a few hours, depending on your foundation type. Our staff is well-trained in application and will efficiently apply the product every six inches, as close to the foundation or slab as possible. The PID equipment will place the product at precisely twelve inches deep in the perfect location for controlling termites. Termidor does not repel termites, so they will not be able to avoid the treated area. They'll simply tunnel into it and die. The technicians will wrap up the process by calculating the amount of Termidor used, as measured by the very precise PID equipment. Its measurements are accurate within 1/10th of an ounce, ensuring that you get what you pay for. The entire application process is the least invasive method available.