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Termite bait systems draw termites away from the home and poision infestations in the home to quickly knockdown and control termites. Protect your home with our termite bait stations, systems, spikes, and traps. These professional grade products will save you time and money while controlling termites.

Given that termites can be found deep underneath the ground, it is vital to make sure that whenever you are placing baits that you drill the holes deep enough to reach the insects where they hide and travel. Failure to do so will leave you with the exact same population of bugs and having essentially wasted money on the product in question.

Termite bait stations can be used in the treatment of termites -- specifically subterranean termites, the most prevalent species in the U.S. -- which form networks of underground tunnels as they forage for food. Termite infestations can often go undetected, and because these insects eat 24/7, they can pose a formidable threat to your home. Three main species, the subterranean termite, the drywood termite and the Formosan termite, are found in the United States.

Outdoor termite bait bait stations are typically placed in areas that are heavily trafficked by termites. Underground bait stations are only used for subterranean termites, targeting them where they live.

Bait stations can provide an effective, long-term solution for termite issues. While the bait is designed to act slowly, it does allow for the destruction of all castes of termites, including reproductives, soldiers and workers. The workers feed the bait to all other colony members and it disrupts their ability to molt and reproduce so they die as the mechanics of their growth process is disrupted.

If you see termites or signs of termites in your home it may be tempting to try to get rid of them yourself. However, even if you stop the termites you can see, there are possibly others continuing to damage your home's structure behind the scenes.

While many of the termite bait stations available at your local store are somewhat comparable to the bait used in some bait monitoring systems used by pest control professionals, DIY termite treatments are often ineffective because they are improperly used. Most homeowners are not able to properly identify different species of termites, their behaviors and areas of high termite activity. Professional pest control companies offer not only the right equipment, but also effective solutions, ongoing monitoring and maintenance of the system, and expert knowledge to provide an effective solution to your termite problem.

There are different species of termites that can invade U.S. homes. A trained professional will know which species of termites are present in your area, and how to effectively spot signs of termites and termite activity when inspecting your home. As a result, the professional will know which treatment for termites to use to help get rid of termites.

Bait stations can be installed to protect areas that may otherwise require drilling through slabs or have other limitations. These include areas near foundation drains and areas covered by slabs or flooring that may require drilling.

Placement of the monitoring stations and type of bait is dependent on the surrounding environment (competing food sources) and expected termite species. The monitoring stations should be placed in areas expected to have termite activity (tree stumps near residence, near areas of existing termite damage, along foundation) to maximize detection.

Regular surveillance and monitoring of these stations is important in order to achieve successful results. In areas with heavy termite infestations, area-wide monitoring and treatment (at multiple residences) may be required for long-term control.

Because of the considerations involved with termite bait stations, you should contact a termite control professional for help. Our Terminix professionals can conduct a thorough inspection of your property before bait stations are installed, increasing the likelihood that they will be placed appropriately, and that any termites present will find the bait in a timely manner.

The termite control professionals at Terminix are trained to detect the signs of termite activity. They will conduct a free termite inspection of your home and develop a custom plan for termite treatment or protection.

Termite inspections and treatments are often the most effective way of detecting and removing active termite infestations within a property, however termite baiting systems, can prevent infestations via way of early detection.

Early detection and prevention of internal infestations over longer periods of time. This is why termite traps and baiting stations are an attractive option for many home owners, as they act more as a preventative.

As most property owners know, there are a number of different methods available for the treatment of termites. Options range from chemical treatments and barriers, through to physical barriers and of course baiting systems.

Termite baits themselves are approximately 30cm long in length, and look like vented cylindrical tubing. Each trap is fitted with a lockable cap for safety which contains small ventilation grills at the top. Termite bait stations are buried down into the ground, with the very top of the trap sitting flush with the soil.

In addition to the timber, our pest control technicians add an attractant called Focus, which has the ability to draw termites in from distances of up to 3 meters away. Enough focus is added to last up to a month, which gives enough time for a large amount of termites to become attracted to the trap. This method allows us to detect any early signs of termite activity around your property and prepare the next step of the process.

Once the traps have attracted a large amount of termites, they are then filled with an insect growth regulator called Hexaflumuron which destroys the termites exo-skeleton. Hexaflumuron takes on a pasty texture, once mixed with water (Hexaflumuron in its raw state is powder like)

The final blow to the colony comes when the termites are unable to moult their exo-skeletons to make way for new growth. This of course means that that not only are existing termites eradicated, but also any future generations as they cannot reproduce.

Installation of a typical termite bait system for a standard 3 bedroom home, on a regular sized block can usually be completed within a day by a sole pest control technician. Usually the traps are set beneath the ground every 3 meters apart, strategically placed around the outer edge of the property. As the traps sit flush with the ground surface, they are virtually unnoticeable, which means no ugly boxes or obstructions in the yard.

Termite baiting systems are often the preferred method of termite control for property owners who share concerns about the well being and safety of their family, children and pets. As mentioned above, each station is locked with a secure cap, and buried beneath the ground.

The baiting formula is harmless to animals and children, as well as wildlife, as it is only designed to harm insects with exo-skeletons. This type of controlled extermination is far more effective, and safe than a broad or blanket insect pesticide or deterrent.

A termite bait system can be a fantastic tool for protecting your house or business from termites. Termite bait systems can be used in conjunction with liquid termiticides. Termite concentrates like Navigator SC are often recommended for an active termite infestation. Navigator SC is a non-repellent insecticide (termites can not detect it).

Different pest control professionals take different approaches. While many use a combination of termiticide liquid barriers and bait stations, some differ in additional treatments. For example, Orkin uses foams while Terminix does not.

Whether you have a termite problem right now or want to prevent one from ever happening, the Sentricon system helps take and keep control of your home. Watch how Sentricon offers complete termite protection and peace of mind.

Hex Pro Termite Bait Station (Sentricon) requires no drilling in floors nor trenching around the home. The Hex-Pro Station is a high-quality product from Dow AgroSciences, a recognized leader in termite solutions. You can either start with a professional inspection of the home for signs of termites or do your own inspection with the tips provided: Hex-Pro termite stations are placed in the soil in prime termite-foraging areas around the house. (In areas of known termite activity, auxiliary Hex-Pro termite stations may also be installed and baited immediately.) Hex-Pro termite stations need to be checked every two months regularly for signs of termite activity. When termites are found in the Hex-Pro termite stations, they should be transferred to a bait cartridge placed in the stations. The bait cartridge contains Shatter termite bait. In cases where baited auxiliary Hex-Pro termite stations are installed immediately, transferring termites is unnecessary. Termites feed on Shatter termite bait, tunnel back to their colony, and send their nestmates back to feed on the bait. Generally, after several weeks, the termite colony declines and eventually is destroyed. After the termites have been controlled, used bait cartridges are replaced with wood monitors. Continue to check for signs of new termite activity every two months. The bait used in The Hex-Pro Termite System is called ShatterT termite bait. The active ingredient is hexaflumuron, an insect growth regulator (chitin synthesis inhibitors) that stops the termites' vital molting process so they are unable to grow. As a result, they die. Hexaflumuron has demonstrated 10 years of in-field success killing, controlling and eliminating termites. Hex Pro Termite Bait Station(Sentricon) Features: * Identical features to Sentricon Termite Bait System * Patented locking lid * Station lays flat against ground, lawnmower safe * Uses Chitin synthesis inhibitor -0.5% Hexaflumuron (Recruit IGR) (Sold Separately) * Effective against all common subterranean termites * Orients termites upward in the station * Channels termite towards station with ridged shield Hex Pro Termite Bait Station(Sentricon) Uses / Applications: This is a single (1) in-ground termite baiting station that combines a termite monitoring station (Hex Pro Termite Bait Station) with a termite bait toxicant (Shatter Termite Bait Cartridges) to kill subterranean termites and their colonies. This system is effective against coptotermes, reticulitermes and heterotermes spp. and is intended to form the basis of an ongoing program. Use of this system involves 3 steps - (1) monitoring for the presence or activity of termites in and around the target site, (2) delivery of a slow acting insect growth regulator (IGR) such as Shatter Termite Bait when and where the presence or activity of subterranean termites has been detected, and (3), resumption of monitoring for the presence of termites after control has been achieved. Install (1) Hex Pro Termite Bait Station every 8-10 feet but not more than 20 feet around the outer perimeter of structures. Most 2000 square foot buildings will require (20) individual Hex Pro Stations. Inspect each station every 30 - 90 days. When termites have been detected in the station, replace the monitoring wood with (1) Shatter Termite Bait cartridge. Re-inspect every 30 days, replace cartridge as it is consumed. Replace wood monitor detectors as needed or as damaged by insects or fungal decay. 59ce067264


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