Termite Treatment Services
LIQUID TERMITE TREATMENT
Swarmers, which occur once every Spring, can be a nuisance, but they can also be helpful in identifying an active termite infestation. Usually, a swarm means that a termite colony has been active for around 3-5 years, but — contrary to what some salespeople will have you believe — a few more days or weeks isn’t likely to cause additional damage to your property.
This means you can afford to wait — and avoid higher seasonal rates. Integrity Pest Control can help you save hundreds of dollars, all the while using the best and most revolutionary termite treatments in the market.
Liquid Termidor® is the long-term, all-sites, take-no-prisoners, responsible termite control. The active ingredient in Termidor is fipronil, a new class of chemicals that’s lethal to termites by both ingestion and contact. Since fipronil allows termites to continue their normal routines for a period, they remain vital long enough to transfer the insecticide to other termites in the colony before dying. This combined ingestion and transfer effect routinely provides 100% termite control in 3 months or less.
Termites pretreats prevent termites from coming up through the plumbing penetration points in a new house. We recommend that you use Termidor for all the applications. However, if you are on a budget, then Talstar F is a good alternative.
We have integrity when it comes to pretreats and will work with your builder to educate both him and the sub contractors so that your property is termite-free for years to come.
SMARTDISC™ locators and monitoring stations and FirstLine® GT Plus termite bait stations will be used around your home based on the general use directions established by FMC and EPA Registered product labels. The SMARTDISC™ locator is used with the monitoring station and the FirstLine® GT Plus termite bait station to help channel termites into the stations.
Integrity Pest Control Service specialists will visit your house periodically to monitor the bait stations to verify termite activity, install additional stations when needed, and search for new infestation. Once the termites have stopped feeding, your pest management professional will continue to monitor for new termite activity and inspect your home on an annual basis.