Smarter Residential Termite Treatment
Every year, termite infestations cause upwards of $5 billion in damage as they eat through furniture and residential building infrastructure. Many insurance plans don’t cover the costs incurred by termite-based damage. The damage termites inflict accelerates as colonies spread and tunnel deeper into the wood they’re infesting.
The faster you can deal with an infestation, the more damage you can prevent. If you suspect you have a termite infestation in your home, then we recommend getting in touch with a termite expert from Gregory as soon as possible. We offer full-service house termite treatment to eliminate termites from your home.
Gregory House Termite Treatment Programs
Gregory’s termite treatment specialists provide treatment designed to eliminate colonies and keep them from re-establishing themselves in the future. When you contact Gregory for help with a termite problem on your residential property, we’ll solve your problem with the most effective termite elimination technology available, including:
Sentricon Colony Elimination System®
For the ultimate in eco-friendly house termite treatment, choose Sentricon®. The Sentricon® System is a termite baiting system designed to eliminate the entire subterranean colony, including its source: the queen.
When Sentricon is installed, underground bait stations are placed around the property perimeter to form a ring of protection. Termites then find the bait stations, feed on the bait, and transmit it back to the rest of the colony. After feeding, termites are unable to molt, and the colony—including the queen—is eliminated. The system acts both preventatively and curatively, addressing active infestations and keeping colonies from returning. Sentricon is also Always Active™, which means protects properties continuously year-round with minimal maintenance required.
The Sentricon® System can only be applied to residential properties by Certified Sentricon Specialists™ who meet strict standards of quality assurance. All the termite specialists at Gregory Pest Control are Certified Sentricon Specialists who receive the ongoing training, education, and support required to make sure you receive the best service possible. After applying the Always Active™ system, Gregory’s experts monitor it annually, ensuring year-round, guaranteed protection.
For superior performance in liquid termite extermination, look no further than Termidor®. The unique chemical formula comes with a long-term warranty for extended results every time.
You can speak to one of our exterminators near you in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Virginia, Tennessee, Washington D.C., Mississippi, and Louisiana about complete pest extermination and treatment. Gregory has termite control solutions for your home or business.
Residential Termite FAQ
Do termites die on their own?
Not easily. While termites can live 1-2 years, the colony constantly expands and increases its population. The queen continuously lays new eggs. If their source of food and moisture disappears, a termite colony will likely move on.
Do termites shed their wings?
Yes. Swarmers or flying termites scout out locations to start new colonies. Once they settle on a location they no longer need their wings and shed them.
Do termites come out at night?
The unsettling fact is, termites never sleep. They can be active day or night.
Do termites bite people?
They can but it’s unlikely. Termites eat wood and plant matter. Soldier termites might bite in defense of the colony but again, it’s not probable and termites don’t carry disease.
What do termite eggs look like?
Termite eggs are tiny white or brown droplet-like ovals. They are guarded by the queen and found deep in the nest.
How do termites get into your house?
Termites are attracted to moist, rotted wood. They enter homes through cracks and openings along the foundation and seek out basements and other damp areas.
Don’t Ignore the Signs of Termites in Your Home
If you think your home has a termite infestation, don’t wait! Get in touch with Gregory right away for a Smarter house termite treatment solution you can count on.