A serious threat to homes and businesses
To subterranean termites, your home is a food source, and they will work 24 hours a day, damaging your property. Houston and South Eastern Texas are located in the area of the United States most at risk of termite infestation. Among other problems, termite feeding causes sagging floors, loose trim and cracked plaster, and can eventually lead to major structural repairs.
How Termidor* works
Termites enter your home through cracks in the foundation, through gaps around plumbing and small opening in the exterior walls. Termidor* provides a defensive barrier by creating a “moat” of a liquid mix around the perimeter of your property. The active ingredient is nonrepellent, which means termites will not be able to detect or avoid Termidor*.
The “Transfer Effect”
When a subterranean termite comes in contact with the Termidor*, they ingest and share it with their nestmates. Termidor* is designed to be slow-acting, each termite has time to spread it throughout the entire colony.
Benefits of a Termidor* treatment
In the past, heavy doses of chemicals were needed to protect your home. These days, an average house requires only about 8 ounces of the active ingredient in the liquid mix. Termidor* has virtually no odor, and attacks termites at their points of entry, which usually makes for a faster treatment plan. In addition, Termidor* meets the strict Food Quality Protection Act standards for pest control chemicals.
As Termidor* certified professionals, we receive specialized training from BASF in the Termidor* System. Combinded with nearly 30 years of experience in controlling termites and other household pests, you can be sure that you are recieving the best in personalized, professional termite service.
If you have further questions about Termidor*, check out the Termidor* FAQ page, or just give us a call. Also, you may want to visit BASF’s Termidor website (opens in a new window).