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Termite Treatment

1. Are termite treatments effective? »

Most termite treatments done by a professional will be effective, but DIY treatments are not recommended. Depending on your unique situation, a pest control company will generally help you decide which treatment option works best for the infestation you have. Sentricon is considered to be one of the most effective and reliable treatments available today.

The most effective termite treatments - Active Pest Control

2. Are termite treatments safe? »

If administered properly, termite treatments are safe for you and your family. While many methods indeed use chemicals to control the infestation, some types of treatments are considered to be safer than others. No matter the treatment type, you need not worry about unsafe conditions so long as your pest control company takes all necessary safety precautions.

Termite treatments in  - Active Pest Control

3. When is termite treatment necessary in Georgia? »

It is never a good idea to neglect treating your home for termites, whether you have an infestation or not. Treatment should be administered in a timely manner upon the discovery of termites by a professional pest control company. It is equally as important to have preventative treatment to avoid dealing with a termite infestation altogether.

Sentricon Termite Treatments - Active Pest Control

4. Will termite treatment kill other bugs? »

Termite treatment will often be effective enough to kill any other bugs you may have in or near your home. Because termite treatments are often some of the pest control industry’s most advanced technology, it’s likely they will be just as effective in controlling other insects.

Termite treatment often kills other bugs in the home.  - Active Pest Control

5. Is termite treatment covered by insurance in Georgia? »

Termite treatment is almost never covered in homeowners insurance policies. These policies are made to protect property owners from damage caused by accidents, which is why treatment and repairs for termite damage are not recognized. Because of this reason, termite bonds are offered by pest control companies to help protect you.

Learn about termite treatment insurance  - Active Pest Control

6. Can I get rid of termites myself? »

Because termite infestations are so tricky to get rid of, it is necessary to always enlist the help of a professional pest control company when it comes to controlling termites in your home. Effective termite treatment requires the knowledge and experience of experts who can swiftly and effectively get rid of a termite infestation.

Can i get rid of termites myself - Active Pest Control

7. How does termite treatment work? »

Each type of termite treatment works differently, but they all function to get rid of termites in or around your home. A professional pest control expert will fully inspect your property, administer treatment, and follow up after treatment to ensure its effectiveness. While termites aren’t easy to control, it can be done with the help of a trusted company.

Provide a number of effective termite treatments - Active Pest Control

8. How long does termite treatment last in Georgia? »

It’s important to realize that treatment is not a once-and-done type of situation. Depending on the type of treatment applied to your home, you will need to consult with your professional pest control company about when it is time to re-treat your property. Some treatments last one year, others last five or even 13.

Termite treatments all have different life spans - Active Pest Control

9. How do I get rid of termites? »

There are many treatments available to get rid of termites. Two of the main types include baiting stations and liquid termiticides. Because Sentricon has proven time and time again to be reliable and effective, it is often chosen by professional pest control companies as their treatment of choice.

Getting rid of termites  - Active Pest Control

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