Termite Control Services

InspectorUSA Termite Monitor and Bait System
To provide an affordable and yet effective means of monitoring and baiting for termites, we install bait stations containing cardboard impregnated with Hexaflumuron, a slow acting poison into the soil around the building(s) to be protected. In the course of their routine foraging, termites come across the bait and start feeding. They also lay a pheromone trail to the bait station, which tells other members of the colony how to find it.
When your InspectorUSA technician during a routine inspection notices termite activity and 50% of the bait in a station has been consumed in the station, a new bait station will be installed. After consuming the bait the worker termites take the bait back to the colony, where it is spread through the colony members in the course of their normal grooming, feeding, and communications.
The InspectorUSA Monitor and Bait System is used in conjunction with our liquid perimeter and/or spot treatment to provide the best possible protection for your home.

InspectorUSA Liquid Perimeter and Spot Treatment
Imidaclorprid* and Fipronil* represents a revolutionary new approach to conventionally applied, liquid termite control.
Like older termiticides, both Imidaclorprid and Fipronil are applied into the soil around a building as a liquid. But that’s where the similarity ends. Whereas older liquid termiticides were highly repellant and formed a “chemical barrier” to termites, Premise and Termidor are non-repellant. Termites don’t see it, smell it, or taste it.
What this means is that termites forage freely through the treated areas and transfer the product to other colony members through their feeding and grooming activities. Within days after application, The treatment has already started to kill even those termites in the colony who have not directly contacted the product.
*InspectorUSA reserves the right to use appropriately labeled chemical generics when available. Client may request name brand chemicals and pay additional fees for them.