Have you been told that it is important to get a termite bond but you're not quite sure what that is or what it entails? Hopefully, we can help you sort that out today.
What is a termite bond?
A termite bond is a legally binding agreement between you and your pest control provider, and it will vary, to some extent, depending on the pest control provider you choose. When you invest in a termite bond, make sure it includes annual inspections that are renewable, termite control you can trust, and a termite damage warranty.
All-American Pest Control Termite Bond
When you have our service team protect your Hendersonville property from termite damage, you'll get the best inspections, termite control, and warranty. Why? Because we use the Sentricon® System with Always Active™. Here's how Sentricon® is head and shoulders above the competition.
Termites are difficult to detect, especially subterranean termites. Guess what kind of termites we battle in our Hendersonville service area? Yup. Subterranean termites. These insects live in the ground and come up secretly from the ground to invade properties in Hendersonville. They can feed secretly for years without being detected. They're so sneaky, it is difficult, even for trained termite control professionals to detect them. But the Sentricon® System with Always Active™ helps make termite detection a breeze. When termites take the bait, your service professional will know. Here's why they'll take the bait.
Termites never stop looking for food. When they find a food source, many workers continue to search for other ideal food sources.
The Sentricon® bait is an ideal food source. Scientific studies have shown that the bait developed for the Sentricon® Systems is a preferred food source. Termites like it even more than wood. That's saying something!
When termites take the bait, they recruit other termites to take the bait. It would be hard to see one nibble. But it is easy to find many nibbles.
There are two ways a termite control professional will protect your home. They will use liquid termiticide or a termite bait. If liquid termiticide is used, there is likely to be drilling and trenching. Your termite control professional will have to create a complete barrier around your entire home. This may require them to drill through concrete, brick, asphalt and other materials. It may also require them to trench in areas of your landscaping. And once all of this drilling and trenching is done, you may notice a smell, depending on which termiticide was used. The Sentricon® System does not require drilling and trenching, and there is no smell. Discrete bait stations are installed in the soil around your property, and you're all set.
Sentricon® provides one of the most amazing guarantees available. The manufacturer of Sentricon® is so confident that its product will protect your home, it offers a $1,000,000 Termite Damage Repair Guarantee. This is like having termite damage insurance for your property! But to provide this level of guarantee, the Sentricon® System must be properly installed by a certified Sentricon® Installer, and your home must qualify. Don't let that last part worry you. Eight out of ten homes qualify!
Protect Your Hendersonville Property From Termites
There is nothing that can put a pit in your stomach like discovering your home has been damaged by termites for years. We want to make sure that never happens to you. With over 25 years of experience working with the Sentricon® System, we know this product works. Contact All-American Pest Control and schedule to meet with one of our Certified Sentricon® Specialists. We'll help you get the best protection possible. That's a bond you can trust.