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Sentricon® Services in Athens, GA 

Residential & Commercial Sentricon® Services in Georgia & Upstate South Carolina & Western North Carolina

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Our team at American Pest Control is proud to offer the revolutionary Sentricon® Colony Eliminating System with Always Active™, a highly advanced termite colony elimination solution. This breakthrough system offers a relentless shield against the damaging effects of these invasive insects, providing continuous protection for your valuable assets.

With a solid commitment to environmental responsibility, the Sentricon® System effectively eradicates entire termite colonies using scientifically engineered bait. This makes it the ideal choice for property owners in places like Georgian, South Carolina, and North Carolina who seek to maintain a termite-free environment while minimizing harm to the surrounding ecosystem.

At American Pest Control, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive pest control services, which is why we proudly offer the Sentricon® System. With our team's extensive knowledge of the local environment and its unique challenges, we are able to effectively implement this modern, eco-friendly solution. Trust us to expertly navigate the complexities of termite control and guide you with our innovative approach.

To get started with Sentricon® services in Athens, GA, call (706) 702-4532 today.

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In addition to the annual station checks, we also conduct comprehensive property inspections once a year.  These annual evaluations are designed to assess the efficacy of the Sentricon stations and identify any new conditions conducive to termite activity. By regularly monitoring your property and the status of the Sentricon stations, our goal is to keep your home protected and free from termites.

The Sentricon Treatment Process

The Sentricon Treatment Process begins with a thorough inspection of your property. A skilled technician from American Pest Control will meticulously examine every nook and cranny of your home or business, diligently identifying any signs of termite activity or conditions favorable to these pests. This initial assessment is critical in devising an effective and targeted pest control strategy.

Upon completion of the inspection, our technician will proceed to install strategically positioned Sentricon® Always Active stations around the exterior of your home. These stations act as a robust line of defense against termite invasions, containing a scientifically engineered bait that irresistibly lures termites away from your home and towards the stations.

To ensure the sustained effectiveness of the Sentricon® Always Active stations, we conduct annual inspections. During these visits, our technician will refresh the baiting solutions within each station and diligently search for any indications of termite activity. This routine maintenance optimizes the performance of the stations and provides an opportunity to detect any new termite activity at its earliest stage.

In addition to the annual station checks, we also conduct comprehensive property inspections once a year.  These annual evaluations are designed to assess the efficacy of the Sentricon stations and identify any new conditions conducive to termite activity. By regularly monitoring your property and the status of the Sentricon stations, our goal is to keep your home protected and free from termites. 


How Long Does the Sentricon® Colony System Take to Work?

The Sentricon® Colony Elimination System with Always Active™ is a trusted solution when it comes to termite control. However, the time it takes to completely eliminate a termite colony can vary depending on several factors, such as the size and species of the termite colony and the environmental conditions.

Typically, after the Sentricon® stations are installed around your property, termites may begin feeding on the bait within a few weeks. Once termites start feeding on the bait, they share it with other members of their colony, including the queen. This process disrupts the termites' ability to eat, breed, and survive. Depending on the size and density of the colony, complete elimination can take anywhere from a few months to a year.

The 'Always Active' technology in the Sentricon® system ensures that the bait is continuously available, providing ongoing protection against termite infestations and speeding up the colony elimination process.

It is important to keep in mind that each termite infestation is unique, and timelines can vary. For the most accurate estimate and a comprehensive termite solution tailored to your specific needs, please consult with our professional pest control experts at American Pest Control.

Types of Termites in Athens, GA

In Athens, we commonly encounter three types of termites. 

Eastern Subterranean Termites

Eastern Subterranean Termites are the most common termite species found in Athens. They live in large colonies underground and can infiltrate your property through cracks in the foundation or by building mud tubes. These termites feed on cellulose-based plant materials, which means your building's wooden structures are at risk.

Formosan Subterranean Termites

Formosan Subterranean Termites, often referred to as "super termites," are not as common as Eastern Subterranean Termites but are far more destructive due to their large colony size. They are known for their aggressive nature and ability to consume wood at a rapid rate.

Drywood Termites

Unlike the other two types, Drywood Termites do not need contact with soil to survive. They live directly inside the wood they consume, which includes furniture, hardwood floors, and structural timbers. Drywood termite infestations are typically more challenging to detect because they don't leave visible mud tubes like subterranean species.

Regardless of the type of termite, swift and effective action is crucial to protect your home or business from extensive damage. At American Pest Control, we offer comprehensive termite control solutions tailored to your specific needs. If you suspect a termite infestation, don't hesitate to contact us for a thorough inspection and treatment plan.

Signs You Have a Termite Infestation

Termite infestations can be subtle, but understanding the signs can help you detect the problem early.

Here are some indicators that termites may have invaded your property:

  • Mud tubes: Subterranean termites build mud tubes, which are about the size of a pencil, to provide moisture while they travel between their colony and food source. These tubes are often found near the property's foundation.
  • Hollow-sounding wood: Termites consume wood from the inside out, leaving a thin veneer of wood or paint. If you tap on an area damaged by termites, it may sound hollow or papery due to parts of the wood having been eaten away.
  • Discarded wings: Termites shed their wings when they start a new colony. If you find tiny, identical wings near doors or on windowsills, a termite colony may have taken residence in your property.
  • Termite droppings: Drywood termites leave behind droppings or frass. These tiny, six-sided pellets are often found in piles outside of areas where termites have eaten.
  • Visible termites: The most obvious sign of a termite infestation is seeing the insects themselves. Swarmers, or reproductive termites, are often seen when they leave their nests to start a new colony.

If you happen to observe any of these telltale signs indicating a termite infestation, it's crucial to take immediate action to prevent further damage. The Sentricon® Colony Eliminating System with Always Active™ is specifically engineered to effectively combat termite infestations. Not only does it efficiently tackle the existing problem, but it also offers continuous protection against future invasions, ensuring a long-lasting, eco-friendly shield for your property. With Sentricon®, you can have peace of mind knowing that your home is safeguarded from these destructive pests.

To schedule an estimate for Sentricon services in Athens, GA, call (706) 702-4532 or contact us online. We also offer service to parts of North Carolina and South Carolina.

Hear From Our Happy Customers

At American Pest Control, your satisfaction is our priority! See for yourself what our customers have to say about working with us.

  • Overall, an excellent experience!
    "As spiders were/are my wife’s main concern, he took extra care to eliminate whatever webs were visible, and then treated the entire exterior."
    - Buddy H.
  • We highly recommend American Pest Control!
    "They come on schedule and completed the service efficiently and professionally."
    - Edward S.
  • The guy we have is very nice and friendly.
    "We saw one roach bug and he sprayed and I haven't had an issue with them since!"
    - Destiny G.

Why Our Customers Love Working with Us

  • Efficient Pest Management

    When pests get into your home or business, you want a quick solution. Our efficient pest control takes care of the problem.

  • Excellent Customer Service
    We care about our customers and are committed to delivering the services you need to provide you with peace of mind.
  • Certified And Trained Technicians
    Our technicians go through rigorous training and must pass state-required testing in order to be certified with us.
  • Honesty, Integrity, Family, Community, Quality Service
    Our third-generation pest control experts put our experience toward your family's safe, comfortable environment.

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