Over the years, the pest management industry has
management products and systems that are effective and
Wilson’s Termite and Environmental Service technicians are
trained in the use of all the systems including the Termiscope
System. Termiscope Alarm Systems provide a means to detect
foraging Termites. Termiscope Alarm System installed around the
rimeter of your home serves as an early warning system. You buy
security alarm to protect your home or business from human
With Termiscope Alarm System, your home has a security system to
warn you of termite invasion.
It watches for termites 24 hours a day within the soil. As soon
Termiscope's Patented Visual Alert rises 1” from the top of the
you know termites have attacked.
One call and Wilson’s Termite and Environmental's Service
Specialists begin theirs.
Nothing will protect your home as well as a Termite Treatment
specifically for your home by Wilson’s Termite Specialist.
After a thorough inspection visually, infrared termite location
acoustic identification test. You will receive a detailed
on the premises, Wilson’s Termite Specialists will recommend
elimination methods suited to your particular circumstances,
emphasis on safety and effective protection of the premises.
I n most cases, a serious termite infestation will require the
some chemicals, in order to minimize the risk of severe timber
to a building. However, there are modern products and
available to suit environmentally sensitive situations.
Exterra Bait, Termidor Termiticide and Bora and Mold-Care
are just some of the tools we use.
Termite baiting employs a very different approach. With
baits, small amounts of material are deployed like edible "smart
missiles" to knock out populations of termites foraging in and
around the structure. Foraging termites consume the bait and
share it with their nestmates, resulting in a gradual decline in
termite numbers. Some baits may even eradicate entire termite
colonies. A comprehensive baiting program then seeks to maintain
a termite-free condition on the customer's property through
ongoing inspection, monitoring and re-baiting as needed.
The baits consist of paper, cardboard, or other palatable food,
combined with a slow-acting substance lethal to termites. The
bait must be "tasty" enough that termites will readily consume
it, even in the presence of competing tree roots, stumps,
woodpiles and structural wood. If the bait kills too quickly,
sick or dead termites may accumulate in the vicinity of the bait
stations, increasing the chance of avoidance by other termites
in the area. Delayed-action also enhances transmission of the
lethal agent to other termites, including those that never fed
on the bait. Entire colonies can be eliminated in this manner,
although total colony elimination is not always necessary to
afford structural protection. Bait can take a significant
amount of time to produce the desired effect. Which is why
we normally recommend a liquid perimeter treatment if termites