Taking Care Of Termites This Spring

A New Orleans Spring brings warmer weather, increased humidity, and also marks the beginning of termite season, better known as the swarm!

If you’ve lived in the New Orleans area, you may not be phased by the yearly swarm, however, it is important to know how to protect your home or business against termites throughout the year!

How Termites Enter Your Home Or Business:

Termites can gain entry to your home through a variety of ways, however, the most common ways are through cracks or gaps in the foundation, through moist, damp, or rotten wood. Termites can gain also gain access to your home via subterranean entry and also find a way to your roof & attic by climbing from nearby trees or bushes.

Quick Tips To Reduce Termite Access To Your Home

  • Trim Overhanging Trees & Branches
    • Termites are clever and will find a way into your home when presented with the opportunity. If you have any bushes trees touching/hanging over your home, trim them to reduce the chances of a termite aerial invasion.
  • Seal Gaps
    • Seal any visible cracks around the foundation of your home or any exterior pipes to help eliminate termite access.
    • Be sure to check the interior and exterior foundation walls to ensure the gaps are fully sealed
  • Yearly Prevention services
    • A pest control expert will be able to come out to your home to diagnose and assess any potential vulnerabilities as well as propose non-invasive termite prevention plans

Yearly Termite Prevention

Termidor is an eco-friendly termite defense solution that is proven to be effective on a variety of termite species.Utilizes an advanced non-repellent, undetectable, liquid technology/

  • Termites cannot see, smell, taste, or avoid the termicide
  • Termites will contact, ingest, and share throughout the colony, stopping it in its tracks

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Yearly Termite Prevention

The Sentricon System is a non-invasive termite prevention tactic. Simply place around the exterior of your home to form a protective ring.

  • Colony elimination system that protects your property against subterranean termites
  • Minimized drilling
  • Less invasive to your property
  • Environmentally responsible

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Contact The New Orleans Pest Prevention Specialists

For more information on how our termite protective services and plans can help give you peace of mind, please click here, or give one of our skilled technicians a call today at 504-366-1333 to schedule a service call!

Taking Care Of Termites This Spring