During this time of year, we often receive inquiries about our termite extermination and preventative services. We are proud to say that we carry America’s # 1 termite defense product, Termidor®. If you are unfamiliar with Termidor® and its advantages over other industry competitors, we have provided frequently asked questions about Termidor® that you may have and our best answer to those questions. For any other questions about Termidor or other termite treatment services please contact us at
What is Termidor®?
Termidor is a professionally applied termite defense product that is undetectable to dry wood, damp wood and subterranean termites, including Formosan subterranean termites.
What makes Termidor® different from other termite protection systems?
Termidor® is made from a non-repellant or undetectable chemical technology. This means that termites are not able to detect the presence of Termidor® once it has been applied. Termidor is proven to be the most effective product to eliminate termites and preventing termites from resurfacing.
Can I purchase Termidor®?
Termidor® cannon be directly purchased by the consumer, only licensed professionals who have passed the Termidor® Certification Training are able to purchase and apply the Termidor® solution.
How fast does Termidor work to eliminate an infestation?
According to label directions Termidor® will give you 100% control of infesting termites in three months or less after treatment.
Can Termidor® be used for both residential & commercial?
Yes, a Termidor certified professional will be able to offer termite protection to most any type of structure that is at risk for termite damage including residential homes, office buildings warehouses, and manufacturing sites.
Does the Termidor® system leave an odor?
No, the Termidor® system is virtually odorless.
How long will a Termidor® treatment last?
Field trials by the United States Department of Agriculture-Forest Service show no signs of termite damage after 15 years of treatment. After Termidor® is applied, it is best to schedule regular follow-up inspections from your pest control professional to maintain ongoing protection from termite damage.