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Termites are small insects that feed on the wood within buildings. There are roughly 50 different species of termites in North America. Each species boasts unique biological characteristics and requirements for where they can build their nests. Our team of certified technicians understand termite behavior and how best to keep them under control. We believe the best option for termite control is preventative treatment. Contact us today to learn more and to get started with protecting your home or office from termite damage.

Signs of an Existing Termite Infestation In Your Home

Often times with termite damage, you may notice the warning signs long after extensive damage has been dealt within the walls of your building. Termites chew on wood starting at the inside of a structure and move outward. This is why waiting until you spot termite damage is a bad idea. The best protection from termite damage is preventative termite treatment. However, if you do notice any of the signs below, contact us immediately.

Mud Tubes

Subterranean termites create mud tubes as a way of traveling around your home. Mud tubes are made from wood particles, soil, termite spit and even their droppings. You likely find mud tubes around exterior concrete walls and near the foundation of buildings, if termites are active at your location.

Swarmers & Discarded Wings

The term “swarmers” refers to winged adult termites. Swarmers are responsible for reproduction and starting new colonies. As swarmers reproduce, their wings fall off of their bodies. If you see discarded wings around your building’s foundation, on window sills, or even in spider webs, there’s likely an active termite infestation nearby.

Structural & Wood Damage

The most common sign of termite damage is damaged and chewed through wood. Termites create long, hollow grooves in wood as they chew. These grooves compromise the structural integrity of a building, and make a hollow sound when knocked on.

Mud Tubes - Signs you need termite control

Sentricon® with Always Active™ Technology

We are proud to offer homeowners the Sentricon® System with Always Active™ Technology. This termite control method is safe for the environment with no harmful chemicals, drilling or odors. Our technicians are Certified Sentricon® Specialists with years of experience installing and working with these systems. 

Why We Choose Sentricon®

  • Always Active™ Tech – Works to kill the queen and herr colony fast, while preventing further colonies from forming. 
  • No drilling or spraying – One of our certified Sentricon® specialists will install inserts in the ground around your property. This creates a perimeter defense for your building.
  • Proven Track Record – More than 5 million properties trust and use Sentricon® systems. 
  • Environmentally Responsible – The bait used in the system is the first premier bait that meets the strict US EPA requirements.
Sentricon Termite Control

Prevent Termites With Atlanta Environmental Pest Services

Prevention is one of the best ways to protect your building from termite damage. Incorporating a proven termite treatment early is one of the smartest investments homeowners can make. Termite damage is often not covered by homeowners insurance. Having a proven-effective termite treatment in place will help to protect your biggest investment from termite damage for years to come. 

We’re also equipped to exterminate any ongoing or active termite infestations you may be experiencing. No matter your situation, Atlanta Environmental Pest Services has the experience, passion and knowledge to be of service. Don’t delay when dealing with termites. Contact us to get started with treatments that work. 

Termite Damage Prevention

Our Termite Control Treatment Plan

1. Inspect For Termite Infestation

Once we receive a service request, our first step is to schedule an inspection for termites. Our professional technicians aim to get a feel of the area and determine whether or not there is an existing termite infestation. Our technician will show their findings to the homeowner if a termite infestation is uncovered.

2. Service Recommendation

We'll provide our recommended termite control plan after the inspection. This includes an in-depth explanation of service, as well as a quote. Keep in mind that even if our technician doesn't suspect an active infestation at that time, preventative termite treatment is still beneficial.

3. Termite Treatment & Prevention

Once approved, we get to work implementing your termite control plan. Treatments may run up to a few hours, depending on the foundation of your structure. We understand that your time is valuable, and work to complete your initial treatment with diligence and efficiency.

4. Ongoing Maintenance Check Ups

We schedule regular maintenance check ups in order to monitor the results of your termite control plan. Our technicians will verify the effectiveness of our methods, and make adjustments as they see fit.