Termite Treatment - Trelona Advanced Termite Baiting System
If you are looking for a reduced-risk and eco-friendly termite control solution then we are happy to help!
Bug-N-A-Rug has made it our priority to make sure that your termite extermination is environmentally friendly, budget-friendly, and stress free. We have years of experience with termite control and have evolved with newest treatment products available. This is why we are providing the new Trelona Advance Termite Baiting System which has proven to effectively attract termites away from the infested areas in your home and towards the baiting system.
Unlike older termite bait systems that contain only an attractant, Trelona bait stations contain an always-active ingredient. Nothing needs to be added when termites are detected in a station, as the product is already working to eliminate the termite colony. This new system can eliminate a termite infestation quicker and safer than most popular forms of termite elimination methods on the market.
Trelona Advance Termite Baiting System uses an active ingredient called Novaluron, which has been approved by US Environmental Protection Agency to effectively treat termite infestations while dealing no risks to your home and family. The Trelona ATBS provides the most advanced ingredients to allow the termites to find the bait quicker and to eliminate further termite damage to your home.
Protect your home and family. Get rid of termites today by call us for a FREE home evaluation and we can assist you with any questions or concerns you may have. We are dedicated in resolving your pest infestation while keeping you, your family, your pets, and your budget safe!
Possible signs of a termite infestation may include:
- Pencil-sized diameter, or larger, mud tubes running across bare concrete or masonry between the soil and any wooden part of your building.
- Thin, small, papery wings, all the same size and shape, 3/8-1/2 inches long, on your window sill, counter top or floor (especially if it is late Spring and there has been a recent rain.)
- Thin, "bubbled" or distorted areas of paint or wood surfaces which feel cool to the touch.
- Any wooden building parts (especially if they are support structures) begin to "sag" unexpectedly.