Subterranean Termite Treatment: A termite treatment may be a partial treatment or spot treatment using chemical or approved physical barriers or a baiting system. These types of treatments are defined as follows:
Partial: This technique allows a wide variety of treatment strategies but is more involved than a spot treatment (see definition below.) Ex.: treatment of some or all of the perimeter, bath traps, expansion joints, stress cracks and bait locations.
Pier and Beam: Generally defined as the treatment of the outer perimeter including porches, patios and treatment of attached garage. In the crawl space, treatment would include any soil to structure contacts as well as removal of any wood debris on the ground.
Slab Construction: Generally defined as treatment of the perimeter and all known slab penetrations as well as any known expansion joints or stress cracks.
Spot Treatments: Any treatment which is limited, defined area less than ten (10) linear or square feet that is intended to protect a specific location or “spot”. Often there are adjacent areas susceptible to termite infestation which are not treated.
Baiting Systems: This type of treatment may include interior and/or perimeter placement of monitoring of baiting systems along with routine inspection intervals. The baiting technique may include one or more locations as prescribed by the product label and instructions. (This is not a service we offer, I'm sorry.)
Barrier: If a physical device is used, the square footage of the physical device must be recorded and a diagram describing the installation will be provided.
Payment is required at time of service unless previous arrangements have been made.
Payment Programs are available for Termite Treatments.