Termite Control Weston Creek
Even though Weston Creek has been described as, “one of the most picturesque parts of the National Capital”, termite control Weston Creek should still be of the utmost importance to any business or homeowner. When it comes to preventive measures, only a fully licensed termite control professional should be called. If you want a licensed termite control professional that only uses the latest technology, is highly trained and only utilizes ecologically friendly methods to rid your property of white ants, then A1 Pest Control is the firm for you.
Termite Control Weston Creek Tips
In order to avoid any expensive damage that termites are capable, you should have your home or business inspected every 6 to 12 months, by one of A1 Pest Control’s friendly and knowledgeable specialists. As the homeowner or business owner, there are certain preventive measures that you can take to assist in making your property less attractive to termites. Some of which include keeping your shrubs, trees and bushes trimmed and away from your foundation, keep all firewood at a distance from your home on a raised platform, stay on top of any repairs to leaky gutters and ensure that any cracks (no matter the size) and holes are sealed tight.
Using the latest technology, A1 Pest Control’s Thermal Imaging Cameras and Moisture Meters have now made it obsolete to randomly break into walls to search and find these destructive insects, that could be eating away at your largest financial investment. This technology renders unnecessary destruction and mess a thing of the past.
Undetectable to termites, “in soil” chemical barriers are placed around and under your propertyby the termite control professionals of A1 Pest Control. This termiticide is eaten by the termites, returned to the colony, spread throughout and effectively destroying it. A1 Pest Control’s termite control specialists are properly licensed, in order to spread these barriers.
Termite baits are another method of the termite, unwittingly spreading the termiticide throughout the colony. The baits are placed in an area of known termite activity; the termiticide is ingested and brought back to the colony. This method is not as affective, since unlike the barrier, it is not around the whole property. It is preferred to use the baits in conjunction with the barriers.
Even if any infestation is eliminated, inspections should still be conducted every 6 to 12 months, by a fully licensed A1 Pest Control technician, in keeping with a consistent termite control Weston Creek strategy.