Native Arkansans already know termites find a cozy environment for themselves here, potentially creating major problems for property owners.
Subterranean termites, specifically the Eastern subterranean termite, is the country’s most common species. Causing billions in property damage each year, an estimated one in five homes have or will fall victim to a devastating infestation in high-risk areas like Arkansas. They are abundant here and have been deemed our most destructive species.
Although there are some preventative tips, we can’t stress enough that once an infestation is discovered, termite control is not a do-it-yourself project. It’s important to shop around for reputable termite companies like The Bug Man.
Only a professional termite inspection can ensure that the correct species is identified; a thorough analysis of your specific problem is conducted; and, the design of an effective program to protect your property is implemented. It could save you thousands of dollars in the long run.
The Bug Man’s Termidor termite treatment offers a superior solution. Here’s how:
1 The country’s leading termite defense product, Termidor termiticide/insecticide is effective on native subterranean termites, Formosan termites, and drywood termites. It uses an advanced non-repellent liquid technology that termites cannot see, smell, or taste – and therefore cannot avoid.
2 Termidor termite treatment consistently has proven effective in worldwide trials, not only at killing termites in structures but also at preventing future infestations.
3 Its unparalleled performance is evident in ongoing trials by the Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service agency, which show no signs of re-infestation on test plots after being treated more than 15 years ago.
4 More than 4 million homes have been defended successfully against termites since Termidor was introduced in 2000. It starts working immediately and provides complete control of infesting termites within three months.
5 Its unique “Transfer Effect” creates carrier termites upon contact, which transfer the product to others. This creates a chain reaction that spreads the product like a virus throughout the colony.