TERMITES CAUSE ABOUT $5 BILLION WORTH OF DAMAGE IN THE US EACH YEAR.
That damage isn’t covered by most homeowner’s insurance. Most likely, subterranean termites will be what attack your home. Colonies can number in the millions, but you
might not even see any evidence of them until they’ve seriously damage your home.
IN A COLONY EACH TERMITE HAS A JOB
KING & QUEEN- at least one king and queen are at the center of every colony. The only purpose is to reproduce.
EGGS- One queen can lay thousands of eggs each year. They hatch into nymphs.
NYMPHS- Depending on their job, nymphs diverge into different castes: workers, soldiers, and winged reproductive.
WORKERS- Blind and wingless, they make up the largest cast. They build, repair, forage for food and care for other termites.
SOLDIERS- Soldiers are sterile, wingless, & blind. Their sole job is to defend the colony.
WINGED REPRODUCTIVES-Also known as swarmers, these termites eventually leave the colony and swarm to a new location. From there they shed their wings, pair up and start new colonies.
At Home Pro Advantage we believe the best offense is a strong defense. We are dedicated to ensuring your home is truly termite free and remains that way. That's why we offer our exclusive lifetime transferable warrant with every complete treatment. Call our office for details.
That is why we offer pretreatments for pre construction and non-repellent liquid treatments post construction. Our Termite Management Program involves the following below.
Our pest professionals will thoroughly inspect your home for any evidence of termites, point out any conditions that may encourage termites, and recommend the best ways to correct them
If termites are found, our technicians use the industry leading termiticide, Termidor, to eradicate any live termites & prevent re-infestation.
Once your home has been treated for termites, we recommend yearly inspections to make sure Termidor continues to do its job & keep your home termite free.
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