Termite control with Advance Termite Monitors and How they work.
Advance Termite System? There are bait stations, then inside they have termite inspection cartridges or attractant, once you see termite activity inside the stations then you would remove the TIC and install the Termite Bait / Poison
FUSE™ Termiticide/Insecticide is a new product that contains two active ingredients: imidacloprid and fipronil. FUSE is labeled for termite and perimeter pest control applications
If you are waging a war against termites or other destructive (or annoying) pests, you need a strong weapon on your side—and Dominion 2L is a great choice. It contains Imidacloprid, a common pesticide chemical that is frequently used in farming and other plant-related environments, but is also approved for residential purposes.
Termites can be a major problem for homeowners. But it isn’t just the structure of the home itself that’s at risk from these tiny yet destructive pests. The furnishings inside the home can also be a very attractive place for termites to live, hang out, eat and just commit general destruction.
Looking for a money saving alternative to Termidor, want to do your own pest control for ants and termites. Taurus is the solution.
A termite infestation is among the most feared pest-related issues that can worry a homeowner. They are notorious for causing extensive structural damage—damage that can be expensive and time-consuming to repair.
Property owners who are worried about potential termite issues (or who are planning to buy or sell a property) may enlist the help of a termite inspection to help detect the presence of termites and pinpoints locations where termites may be nesting.
If you already have a termite problem—or just want to do everything in your power to keep these destructive pests away—you’d probably be willing to pay a small fortune to get rid of them. Fortunately, that may not be necessary. Phantom Termiticide is an effective and relatively inexpensive product that can help wipe out termite infestations.
Quick question: when was the last time you checked out your home’s crawl space?