Termites & Wood Destroying Organisms
Don't be bullied into having your Home or Business tented!
Ask how All In One Rodents & Pest Control can treat your Home or Business with our "No Tent / No Vacate" Termite Control. Our technicians are experienced and trained in this highly efective treatment.
GONE Pest Management's
"No Tent / No Vacate" Advantages
NO need to move out of your home
NO removal of plants or flowers
NO removal of uncanned foods
NO removal of cosmetics or medications
NO risk of landscaping or roof damage
NO disconnecting of satellites or antennas
NO special shrub or tree trimming required
GONE Pest Management's trained professionals perform a direct injection into the termite galleries with an advanced non-repellant product. The termites then transfer the product throughout the entire colony causing eradication.
Common termite entry points are also treated as a preventive measure. The convenience of not having to move out of your home combined with the new technology and chemistry of the treatment process makes this a great alternative to tenting.
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There are two
types of homes in Florida,
homes with termites and homes
that will get termites! Wood destroying
organisms like Subterranean termites are a danger to all
property owners. Florida Pest Control has decades of experience preventing and controlling termites and
can give you peace of mind with both pre-construction and post-construction treatments. We back up our termite
control products and services with a renewable service agreement.
Termite activity levels and active termite species vary by region. Each species – dampwood, drywood, Formosan or
subterranean – can be found in the particular region of the United States that offers the right balance of moisture (whether dry or damp) and temperature (above or below freezing in the winter).
Termites live in colonies, which means they live and work together to gather food and raise their young (larvae). And in the same way that children and parents have different roles and responsibilities in their homes, termites have different jobs in their colonies. These jobs determine when and why certain termites leave the nest to start new colonies. Where these termites form a colony depends on the individual termite species and its ability to survive in drier or cooler climates.