There are multiple options available in the field of termite protection. Each option offers unique features and benefits. Your Peachtree Professional is highly trained with each and can help provide the best solution for you, and your home or business.
Providing the advantages of long-term protection, Peachtree Pest Control offers the revolutionary TRELONA Bait Station. Based on the natural behavior of termites, baiting systems are designed to reduce or eliminate the termite’s colony. The TRELONA Bait Station utilizes the “always active cartridge” eliminating the need to replace inspection cartridges with bait cartridges. As the termites feed and travel back to the colony, they share the termite bait and recruit other termites back to feed. This process will ultimately exterminate the termite’s colony and prevent potential damages they may cause.
Liquid treatments are the tried and true method of termite control. However, with recent advances in the field of chemical technology, today’s products offer immediate control with as much as 10 years of ongoing protection. Additionally, unlike older chemicals, our products are designed to transfer throughout the termite’s colony relying on the natural social behavior of the termite.
As a part of treatment Peachtree Pest Control’s premium grade termiticides will be applied to the soil adjacent to your foundation around the exterior of your home. If voids exist as part of your structure’s foundation or to reach soil under slabs, masonry drilling to access these areas for treatment may be recommended. These treatment protocols are established by the Department of Agriculture and should be consistent among all termite control professionals.
Systematic Program (Baiting + Liquid)
Effective termite control is part art and part science. The best products in the world are rendered ineffective by operators not correctly placing the materials in areas where termites most often enter the structure. That’s why Peachtree has developed our “Systematic” approach utilizing a combination of construction modification where required, food source reduction where possible, baiting system technology, as well as targeted use of liquid termiticides. This process controls termites and reduces unnecessary pesticides in the environment.