Atlantic Pest and Termite Management Inc
1720 Signal Point Road Charleston, SC 29412 ph: 843.795.4010 fax: 843.795.4498 firstname.lastname@example.org
Colony Elimination System
Sentricon defeats termites at their own game. They feed readily on it but never detect the threat — not even while the patented active ingredient
Formulated with a concern for the environment, Bora-Care is used for the interior and exterior control of termites.
Termidor is an advanced undetectable liquid technology. That means termites Termidore cannot see, smell, taste, or avoid it.
Termites are social insects and live in colonies which are usually located in the ground or in wood. Termites feed on cellulose from wood and wood by-products, such as paper. In South Carolina, termites are usually divided into two groups based on the location of their colony: The Subterranean and the Drywood Termite.
A termite colony is composed of the Queen, King, winged reproductive swarmers, soldiers and workers. The worker termite is the most numerous in the colony and is the only caste member that can consume cellulose. While the homeowner seldom sees the worker termite, it is not uncommon to see the winged reproductives in the spring of the year. Swarming occurs during the daytime for the Eastern Subterranean Termite and typically follows a warm rain.
The Eastern Subterranean Termite is the most common and widely distributed termite in North America. These termites nest in the ground and construct mud tubes to connect their underground nest to their food source. Termites can enter buildings through cracks in concrete slabs, expansion joints, hollow block voids or bath trap areas. Termites also regularly construct mud tubes up the inside or outside of foundation walls to gain access to the structure.
Why Risk It?
Termite control and detection can be a difficult task and is best left to the Professional. A thorough inspection by a trained Termite Specialist is the first and most important step in protecting your property. At Atlantic Inc. Pest Management, all of our Termite Inspectors are graduates of Clemson University’s Master Termite Technician School. These individuals are trained and experienced in locating the areas in your home where termites are likely to attack. Our Termite Specialist can then design a treatment plan for your property using the latest technology available to the industry today.