Termite Control Services

Old South - Termite Control Services Since we live in the most termite infested part of the United States it is imperative that we utilize only the most powerful and proven methods of termite control. Our two most common treatment methods, both proven effective, are Termidor and Sentricon.


Termidor

No other termite control system of any type has achieved such a high level of efficacy. So it’s not surprising that millions of homeowners like you have made Termidor the #1 termite control product in America. Effective against subterranean termites, including Formosan termites, even in the most challenging situations, climates, and environments.

Sentricon Colony Elimination System

Sentricon is the leading subterranean termite baiting system in the world. It is recommended by friends, neighbors, real estate agents and more. Scientific research and real life use results prove that the Sentricon Colony Elimination System eliminates subterranean termite colonies. It has protected more types of properties for a longer period of time than any other brand.

Don’t Put Out the Welcome Mat for Termites

Termites live in the soil and are attracted to wood and moisture. They travel underground, through wood and in darkness. You can help us protect your home from termite attack by taking certain steps so your treatments last as long as possible:

  • Fix leaky faucets, water hoses and connections, and pipes along the foundation wall.
  • Repair roof leaks and repair or replace leaky gutters and downspouts.
  • Repair all rotten wood, door jams, windows, steps and chimneys.
  • Keep gutters free of leaves and make sure downspouts take rainwater away from the foundation.
  • Make sure sprinkler systems do not spray onto siding and foundation walls.
  • Grade the soil around foundation so that water flows away from your home.
  • Do not disturb the soil within 18” of the foundation wall if your soil been treated. Do not plant shrubs, flowers or vegetables in this 18” zone.
  • Avoid direct wood-to-ground contact unless the wood has been pressure zone.
  • Remove all wood debris from the soil in crawl space.
  • Don not pile wood mulch against the foundation wall; leave a few inches of bare soil.
  • Do not stack firewood against the house.