Termite Treatment & Colony Elimination Services in Missouri & Kansas
Since subterranean termites require high moisture levels, they build their colonies in soil but forage away from the colony to look for wood to eat and tunnel in. Often termites build mud shelter tubes on the surface of structures to help them stay moist while traveling between the soil below and the wood above. The presence of these termite tubes is a good sign that you should call a certified termite control service to perform a thorough inspection of your home or business.
Another telltale sign you need termite control assistance is the presence of termite swarms. In the spring, typically between February and April, the eastern subterranean termite colony produces swarms of winged, reproductive termites (called “swarmers” or “alates”). For a home or business owner, seeing flying termites indoors can be alarming, and it is often the first sign that there may be an infestation that requires professional termite control.
Eco-Advantage utilizes Termidor, the #1 termite control treatment in America! Since 2000, more than 2,000,000 homes across the country have been treated with this product, a testament to its potency and power.
The Liquid Defense treatment is the only termite control solution that eliminates the insects in all locations. Before the product was used by professional termite control companies, it faced rigorous testing, including efficacy and environmental tests. That means that this solution meets the highest standards in termite control.
Eco-Advantage’s Liquid Defense Unique Advantages:
- Low-dose treatment
- Virtually no odor is detectable
- Manages colonies faster than bait
- Over 10 years of test data prove that Termidor is the most effective and fastest termite control method
How does Eco-Advantage’s Liquid Defense with Termidor Work?
Termidor is made from a revolutionary “undetectable” treatment, which makes it a very effective form of termite control. Essentially,termites cannot see, smell, or taste it. Because of this, the termites can’t avoid Termidor. They contact and ingest the liquid, proceeding to share it. This is a revolutionary approach to alternative termite control solutions, which often use repellent barriers. Termites can avoid or break through such barriers. With Termidor, the treatment is spread through the population via the “transfer effect,” which ultimately leads to the elimination of the colony.
Does your Kansas City home or business need termite control services? We can help.
For more information about the industry’s leading termite control product, call (816) 527-8776.
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