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It’s easy to become overwhelmed when battling termites. What extermination method should you go with and how soon should you call for backup? We say as soon as possible! Here at Miller Pest & Termite, we pride ourselves in being a very thorough and environmentally-conscious business. When it comes to your home, we provide the best and most effective termite treatment available today, that has a minimal environmental impact. We offer Sentricon System® so you are provided with top-notch service that will leave your home free of termites for the long haul.
Our termite control offers both Sentricon® and liquid barrier treatments. The Sentricon System® is a non-intrusive method that provides permanent total colony elimination. This method has been tested by the EPA and U.S. Department of Agriculture, while also being researched by 30 universities. Sentricon® has been proven to be effective and quick to get results. The way it works is by installing bait stations around your property that are powerful enough to kill millions of termites. On the other hand, our liquid barrier treatments are designed to kill individual termite workers, not the entire colony. This method is proven to only manage and control the colony temporarily.
When investing in our termite control, our technicians will provide you with:
Although termite swarming season is early spring, these pests can be active all year long. Depending on where you live and current conditions, termites may be attracted to or already nesting in your home. Are you unsure if you are dealing with termites in your home? A few indicators that suggest you are, are:
Many times, termites may be difficult to find until it's too late. Have one of our trained professionals inspect your home to locate hidden termite problems you may not be aware of.
When it comes to protecting your investment, Sentricon® is the only proven termite protection that has been proven by over 30 university studies to eliminate the entire colony, including the queen. Using the Sentricon® system, Miller Pest & Termite can safely and effectively treat your home or business in areas of Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri.
Every termite treatment in our termite control services includes a warranty. At any point during the warranty period, if termites return, so do we -- at no cost to you. Don’t wait until it’s too late, give our termite technicians a call today at 515-518-8864. Give our dedicated termite specialist a call, you and your home will be pleased with the results!
Our termite control services are offered in numerous locations, some including:
If you’ve noticed any signs of a termite infestation, there is the possibility that your concrete wall may be infested with termites. Although termites don’t make their way through concrete the same way they do through wood, termites only need tiny hole to make their way through.
If your neighbors have reported termites in the area, your home may be at risk. Since termite spreads underground, it’s impossible for you to detect it before it’s too late. Professional preventative treatments are the best way for your home to stay termite free.
If you’re using bait stations, such as Sentricon®, it may take several months if they’ve built an entire colony. Individual termites are easier to treat and can be eliminated in as little as a few days. Other factors may come into play, but your professional termite exterminator will be able to give you a better idea of your personal treatment timeline!
We recommend against DIY termite treatments because signs of a growing infestation may be subtle and easily missed. An infestation may cause extensive and expensive damage before it’s noticed.
Unfortunately, termites do not go away on their own when the season ends. Once they’ve swarmed, they will infest starting from one part of your house and continue to do so until an effective treatment is performed. It is advised that you call a professional company like Miller Pest & Termite for a detailed termite inspection and the best possible termite treatment.