Oh the horror of finding roaches and termites
A breakthrough technology has been introduced that totally eradicates subterranean termite colonies, thus instilling the most significant discovery in termite control in over five decades. This is lucky news since termites cause harm to over two million homes annually in America. Termites can be found in many places including on both coasts and also across the nation's heartland. However, it is rare for anyone to actually see a termite. These hungry little pests live deep underground in warm, damp soil and always establish their nests near a ready supply of wood. With this newest technology there's a three step process used to completely remove any threat of termites causing damage to homes. The first part of the program is designed to find the central location of the colony, this is sometimes difficult because many termite colonies a spread wide across a great area, and pinpoint where it is located. Next, the technology will dispose of the present colony by placing a new special kind of bait that has been proven to be very effective. The bait will prevent further growth and development of more termites. The third and final step is to continue monitoring your home and surrounding area for the development of new colonies. Additionally, this new system is not as invasive as the usual barrier remedies. You will not have to have technicians drill into your foundation or floor. Also, the system does not require you to tear up your yard to implement it. When it comes to termites, no home is absolutely safe. There are just so many ways they can get into your home, whether it is concrete, brick, or stucco. They make their way in through expansion joints, plumbing areas - even cracks in the foundation - so they can get to your wood trim, rafters inside your roof or any other wooden items inside your home. Once the termites have made their way into your house, they chew their way through the wood looking for food. Termites are able to hide from view for the most part when traveling around the wood trim or inside the walls, so most times homeowners are not even aware that they have termites until they begin to see damage. Happily, this new system can find and destroy these invaders. The system is a much more affordable option than traditional methods and it doesn't just treat the current problem, it helps to prevent future infestations as well. The base stations will be placed around the exterior of you home in a patter that will ensure your protection. You won't have to worry about all those chemical sprays that leave you wondering what's safe to touch because this great system requires less than two grams of the key ingredient and the only ones who will have contact with it are the termites. The bait is only in play when termites are confirmed to be in the area, so the risk of exposure for you is drastically lower. There's also a child resistant cap on the stations and they're not easy to tamper with. The house will be serviced every two to four weeks once the stations are set up and baited. After they have finished the initial monitoring, the number of visits will drop off as necessary.