Termite Pest Control - Indianapolis, Indiana Area
There are two types of termites most commonly found in the United States: subterranean termites and drywood termites. Subterranean termites can be identified by “swarmers,” or winged termites that congregate around a specific area. Unlike subterranean termites, drywood termites do not need soil moisture to survive and dwell inside wood – making them difficult to recognize and more likely to do a large amount of damage. Protect your home or business against both termite species by allowing AAA Exterminating to craft a termite pest control plan that will expel every trace of termite activity from your home. Our professional termite exterminators want you to enjoy a termite free home or business.
$100 OffSentricon (over $1000)
Termite Control with Always Active Sentricon Baiting System
AAA Exterminating’s Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System with Always Active™ technology eliminates termites more efficiently in comparison to other methods, it is much less invasive to your home, business, even your landscaping. The only part of the Monitor/Treatment unit that can be seen above ground is the cap, and it closely resembles the heads of an underground sprinkler system. The same unit is used to detect the presence of termites and treat them once discovered. The Sentricon System uses AlwaysActive technology for continuous protection, can eliminate termites before they damage the structure, requires no drilling to the current structure, and eliminates the entire termite colony.
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