Termidor has been used to treat over 20,000 structures in Europe without a single re-treat. No other product on the market can make this claim and no other product has been able to match it’s efficacy data through scientific testing. With the methods of treatment that Budget Pest Control has developed using Termidor, you will find that our prices are VERY COMPETITIVE. In Fact; many times we are less expensive than most other pest control firms.
The old fashion methods of termite treatment that many firms are still using today result in numerous failures. This is both frustrating to you and the pest control firm. Why not get rid of the termites the FIRST TIME so you don’t have to spend more money repairing the damage termites are continuing to do to your valuable property.
Some companies use the monitoring /baiting method of termite control. Monitors are installed in the ground around the structure and are inspected until termites might; by chance, find them and start feeding on them. Then, a slow working bait is installed in the monitor. This method can be effective, but the down side is that it can take a long time to start controlling termites (sometimes many months or years) and it is VERY EXPENSIVE to continue this procedure over the “long haul”.
Budget Pest Control treats termite infested areas with Termidor. In the unlikely event that termites do come back, we will too, AT NO CHARGE TO YOU!
So if you want the very best termite treatment at the most competitive cost call us today for a free estimate.
If you are concerned about termite infestation and the damage they can and do produce in your home call Budget Pest Control today!
1-866-394-7911 (Oklahoma) or 1-800-364-5739 (Kansas)
Worker Termites are very small and white.
Swarmers are black and have long wings until they are ready to mate, then they shed their wings. Look for the narrow waist on the ant. A wide waist, “white ant” or “a black flying ant” may mean termites.
Termites are a natural part of the environment, They aid in the de-composition of leaves and wood. It is when termites invade human structures that their role changes from beneficial to destructive.
What to look for:
- Wood will not break into chunks
- Holes or entrance spots
- Wood color does not change as it would with wood decay.
Other signs of termites:
- Tiny wings on window sills
- Mud tunnels on the ground by your home or running up a wall
- Thin patches of paint on the baseboards where the insects have eaten through the wood