Over 50 years of experience protecting homes from termite damage!
Did you know that termites cause over $5 billion dollars of damage each year? Every year, termites cause more property damage in the U.S. than floods, fires, hurricanes, and earthquakes – combined! Avoid structural damage from termites by teaming up with our team of expert technicians at Brock Lawn and Pest Control who have over 50 years of experience with preventing and controlling termites in Florida. Whether you currently have a termite infestation or just want to prevent one from occurring, we can help. With our specialized treatment techniques, you’ll be provided with both preventative and corrective termite treatments that will stop any infestation!
Save Your Home and Money from Termite Damage
Often times, termite colonies stay hidden inside walls and flooring. This stops you from even noticing an infestation is occurring. Termites can create a lot of damage, fast. The quicker you contact a professional, the quicker you’ll avoid thousands of dollars in damage! So why choose a professional? When it comes to gaining access to your home, termites are amazingly proficient. The last thing you want to do is make their job easier. Small holes in wood, crumbling drywall, sagging doors or floors, insect wings, and small mud tubes are some of the more obvious potential signs of termites. But even if you don’t notice any of these signs, that doesn’t necessarily mean termites, or the conditions that invite them, aren’t there. Regular inspections by a licensed pest professional are the only way to ensure your home truly is, and remains, free from termites and the damage they cause. Qualified pest professionals have the training in termite biology and behavior to identify, prevent, and treat termite problems. Here’s what our team of termite specialists can do for you:
A Certified Sentricon Specialist will provide a free inspection of your property. We will then determine the extent of your infestation and evaluate the damages.
Once we identify what type of termite we’re dealing with, we will create your customized termite treatment plan. We will eradicate your termite infestation with eco-friendly methods!
We will also explain how to correct any conditions in your home that invite termites.
After eliminating any and all termites, you’ll be left to enjoy a termite-free home!
Sentricon Treatments for a Termite-Free Home
You might be asking, what kind of technology we use to protect your home. How will you know if it is effective? We have been utilizing the Sentricon Colony Elimination System® with Always Active™ baiting technology for years, it’s the most effective way of eliminating termite colonies – stated so by over 30 different universities and scientific publications. It’s even trusted by the White House! During installation, a tube containing a special bait is put into the soil, forming a protective ring around the home. No liquid treatments, no structural drilling and no hassle! It’s as simple as that!
Why Choose Sentricon?
With this effective, environment-friendly technology you’ll be termite-free – for good. The benefits of choosing Sentricon are:
- 24/7 Protection—The Sentricon System begins working as soon as it’s put into the ground. And with ongoing service from our Certified Sentricon Specialists, your home will be protected 24/7/365!
- Eco-Friendly—The Sentricon System is the only termite product awarded the EPA’s Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award for superior environmentally responsible chemistry.
- Total Colony Elimination—Scientifically engineered bait naturally enters their food chain, killing the queen and her entire colony. It works because, given the choice, termites prefer bait over wood, and they can’t detect the active ingredient.
- It’s Completely Hassle-Free—You don’t have to worry about structural drilling, or trenching, or liquid treatments!
Body: Dark Brown
Wings: Dark brownish-gray wings with a few visible hairs; front wings are slightly larger than the hind wings
Length: about 3/8 inch, including wings
Nymphs will transform into workers, soldiers or winged reproductives
Color: Generally Darker
Size: Larger than nymphs and workers
Body: Yellowish-brown with large rectangular head
Head: Wider towards the front; equipped with large mandibles
Color: Creamy White
Body: About 1/4 inch
Workers are blind and wingless, yet they are the most encountered and the most destructive. Their bodies are soft, but they have hard mouth-parts for chewing.
Body: 1/2 inches long (larger than most other subterranean varieties)
Wings: Pale and densely covered with tiny hairs
Swarming on humid evenings in Spring ensures the establishment of a new colony.
Body: Head is oval-shaped rather than elongated.
Soldiers are quite aggressive; their purpose is to defend the colony.
Body: Dark Brown
Length: About 3/8 inch, including wings
Wings: Translucent with two dark veins
Heterotermes, alate are swarmers
Body: Length is about 1 1/2 times its width with a rectangular head
Notice the distinct mandibles.