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Termite Control in Georgia

Termite damage can be costly, and insurance rarely covers the repair work

The eastern subterranean termite, the most common termite in North America, feeds on cellulose material such as the structural wood in buildings, wooden fixtures, paper, books, and cotton. A mature colony can range from 20,000 workers to as high as 5 million workers. The primary queen of the colony lays 5,000 to 10,000 eggs per year.

Drywood termites are also a major issue throughout the country, but especially in the Southeast. However, instead of infesting decaying or rotted wood like the eastern subterranean termite, drywood termites choose to nest in and feed on normal, untreated wood. Residents in Georgia and Tennessee should not be surprised to find large colonies of these termites infesting structural wood, fences, and wooden furniture, among other items.

These pests are active around the clock, all year long. Every Georgia and Tennessee home is a target, and the Southeast has the highest probability of termite infestation in the U.S. In highly active areas, it’s estimated that greater than 1 in 5 homes have been or will be attacked by termites. If you have a current termite infestation, or just want peace of mind in knowing your property is protected, call on the termite control experts at Allgood Pest Solutions.

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Protection for your family, your home and your property 

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Termite Inspections in the Southeast

Termite control service from Allgood starts with a free termite inspection. Our experienced termite control specialists will thoroughly examine your property and recommend a customized plan to eliminate your termite problem quickly and efficiently. Each of our state-of-the-art treatment options target the queen, removing the colony’s ability to reproduce and effectively ending your termite infestation once and for all.

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Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System

At Allgood, we stand behind the effectiveness of the Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System. This integrated system protects structures from subterranean and drywood termites by utilizing Sentricon’s proprietary Always Active termite bait. This termite treatment system is an integral part of our ongoing termite management program that will terminate any termite infestations and keep them from coming back – permanently.

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How Sentricon® Works

With Always Active technology that makes use of new, specially formulated Recruit® HD termite bait in all Sentricon stations, termites don’t stand a chance. Area termites will begin feeding on the bait as soon as they find a station, and they actually find the active ingredient more desirable than wood. Once ingested, it disrupts their growth process and halts reproduction. This gets the elimination process started quickly, and it provides continuous property protection from future termite infestations. 

These Sentricon bait stations can be installed and serviced regularly without a pest management specialist ever entering your home. Based on Allgood’s expert knowledge of termite biology and behaviors, our termite control system is proven to eliminate the entire colony. 

Trusted Termite Control from Allgood Pest Solutions

Over one million homeowners and commercial properties rely on the Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System to keep their properties safe from termite infestations. The Sentricon system is also environmentally friendly, and was the first product registered under the Environmental Protection Agency's Reduced Risk Initiative. It is also the only termite treatment to earn the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award.

If you’re fighting a termite infestation in Georgia, let the expert pest technicians at Allgood Pest Control put the power of the Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System to work for you. Contact Allgood Pest Solutions today to find out how we can help protect your home from termites.

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