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Eastern Subterranean termite workers are small, opaque insects that can separate wood or other cellulose from its source. Workers live their entire lives in dark tunnels, both above and below ground. They do not have eyes because they do not need them. But, interestingly enough, they can still tell the difference between light and dark. They know being in the light means they are in danger of predator attacks, not to mention losing valuable moisture from their bodies. When worker termites find themselves in the light, they return to the dark as quickly as they can.
Formosan termites swarmers are yellowish-brown. Formosan termites are always hungry, and they eat wood. A lot of wood. They don’t care if it’s a dead tree on the ground, a live tree in your yard or the wooden structural components of your house. It really doesn’t matter to them. With possibly more than 10 million mouths to feed in their colonies, Formosan termites just want a substantial source of food, and that’s a 24/7 operation.
NEW Hydraulic Trenching – Termidor® Termiticide
This innovation provides the fastest method for completing a liquid termite treatment.
Termidor HP II termiticide provides a uniform vertical zone around a structure which results in 100% control of termite within three months. With Termidor HP II termiticide, any underground termite activity nearing the structure will be impacted by the Hydraulic Trenching Zone(s) or treatment zone(s). Termites passing through the non-repellent treated zone can share a lethal dose of Termidor termiticide with termites in the colony – and provide termite control within three months.
Our treatment plan works in two ways. First, it helps prevent new termites from entering your home in their search for food. Second, it is designed to kill those already inside by depriving them of the moisture they need to survive.
Before the foundation is poured for new construction, we treat the soil to create a horizontal barrier. About a year later, we follow up by trenching and treating around the perimeter of the building.
The advanced weapon in the war on termites features the Sentricon® Colony Elimination System. This method of termite control targets termites where they live, helping to prevent infestations and even eliminating the entire colony.
In South Louisiana, mosquitos can make outdoor entertaining, maintaining a backyard pool, or relaxing outside in the evening a challenge. Luckily, we have a solution. With the MistAway® mosquito control system, you can preset times to activate the system or press a button on a remote to knock down mosquitos and other biting insects around the perimeter of your home.
To determine if this treatment will fit your needs and lifestyle, we encourage you to give us a call at 985-868-3920. Our experts will professionally design a system which is customized to your living style and unique needs. Even if you do not need anything elaborate, we can provide you with the right mosquito control solutions, including one-time treatment for special events and outdoor parties.
Wood-Destroying Insect Reports & Soil Treatment Reports
These are the reports required in real estate transfers and mortgage financing. The Structural Pest Control Commission licenses and authorizes our Termite Technicians for the preparation of these reports under the direction of our licensees.
T•A•P™ (Terminal Acoustical Pest Control) insulation is a merger of two technologies: borate-based pest control and energy-efficient, all-natural cellulose insulation. This type of insulation offers many benefits, including environmental friendliness, and it is a unique method of pest control.
This type of insulation is made from recycled paper and can be installed in new and existing homes and buildings. It outperforms traditional insulation is almost every way and also provides control against pests such as silverfish, ants, and cockroaches. Another perk is it can be applied directly over your existing attic insulation, and we will determine the amount of insulation needed to accomplish the R-Value you want.