Central Termite and Pest Control offers extensive and complete Subterranean Termite Insurance coverage and treatment for your home or business. We understand that termite problems are often unexpected and need to be taken care of right away. We also understand that your home is possibly the biggest investment you will make. That’s why it’s important that inspections, treatments, and repairs (if needed,) are done in a timely manner.
How a Termidor Termite Treatment Works
To control subterranean termites, a liquid Termidor® termiticide/insecticide termite treatment is applied with precision along the foundation walls or the exterior perimeter of your home. The treatment uses time-tested application methods at very low rates. It is virtually odor free and won’t cause any disruption to your family’s normal routines.
Termidor binds tightly to the soil to create the “Termidor Zone.” Since this protective termite treatment zone is undetectable to termites, termites can’t avoid it and will not try to find a way around it (as they can with repellent termite treatments.)
Termidor Kills and Controls Termites Several Ways
When termites eat Termidor treated material, they will die. But Termidor doesn’t stop there. It kills termites by contact as well. And since termites can’t detect its presence, termites directly ingest and contact Termidor as they go about their normal routines.
The Unique Termidor "Transfer Effect™"
Whenever a termite touches Termidor, it can become a “carrier,” transferring Termidor to other termites it contacts. Secondary carriers continue transferring Termidor to other termites they contact, spreading it like a virus throughout the colony. This unique “Transfer Effect™” is one of the reasons no other termite treatment controls termites like Termidor.
Perimeter Plus Termite Treatment
We apply a long lasting residual insecticide to the exterior of your home, concentrating on the entry points for insects into your home.
After our initial treatment, we can help control the long-term risk of termite problems as well. Preliminary treatment is then followed by an annual inspection.