Termite Treatment in 4-Steps with Sentricon

Monitor, Bait and Eliminate

Sentricon® is a patented and proven termite elimination system that provides a continuous perimeter defense to kill termites and their colonies well before they make your home their home. Sentricon is the only system that continues to guard structures by monitoring for future invasions. We are pleased to offer the industry’s best defense system against termites at an incredible price.

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Inspects the property for signs of termites.

 

 

 

 

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Places Sentricon® stations containing Recruit® HD termite bait in the soil, flush to the ground, around the home.

 

 

 

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Once termites enter the station, the Recruit HD termite bait is immediately available, which they share until the colony is eliminated.

 

 

 

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Continues monitoring Sentricon stations as needed to protect against future invasion. A new colony may invade and show up in Sentricon® stations long after the initial colony has been eliminated.

 

 

 

The Sentricon System: Proven long-term protection

Prevention is Key

“An ounce of prevention, is worth a pound of cure,” and has never been a better value.

Termites need food, moisture, and warmth to survive. If they can find a way into your home, it’s the perfect place to live. A1 specialists can help you identify problem areas around your home that might be attractive to termite colonies, as well as any signs of possible termite activity.

Termites cause over $5 billion dollars of property damage each year in the US alone. Typically homeowners insurance does not cover termites or the damage they cause.

Whether you are building a new home and want to take preventative measures against termite attacks, or you currently have a termite problem in your home, A1 Exterminators can help.

Our team of professionals has the solution – we’ll evaluate your property and discuss termite treatment options to protect your home.

Reliable, ongoing asset protection.

When it comes to termites, the system is the solution when it’s A1 and Sentricon.

When purchased alone, a typical Sentricon installation can cost on average $2,500 . Why wait for an infestation and pay full price?  In return, you can rest assured that you’re covered by the best preventative protection system available today and the most effective termite treatment that money can buy.

The Sentricon System received the 2000 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award from the EPA for low environmental impact. It’s termite extermination that’s safe on the environment.

The Sentricon® System with Always ActiveTM technology is available only from specially qualified Authorized Operators of the Sentricon System, who are committed to protecting homes from destructive termites. Authorized Operators are selected by the manufacturer, Dow AgroSciences, from among the industry’s best pest management professionals. Authorized Operators are required to conduct ongoing comprehensive training of their employees, track their service of your home in a computerized recording system, and pass an annual stewardship review.

The constant presence of the Sentricon System and attention from these professionals give you and your family peace of mind.

Did You Know… The Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System was recently installed around Shiga Temple, one of the Enryaku-ji sanctuaries built on the sacred mountain of Hiei in Japan. The Enryaku-ji Temple is registered as a World Cultural Asset.

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