No Tent Termite Treatment
Tentless Termite Treatment
No-tent termite control can be an excellent alternative to tent fumigation. It can make treating your home for drywood termites a much easier process. Hulett's "No Tent" termite control offers homeowners a convenient and hassle-free way to eliminate termites...without tenting or fumigating.
Hulett's "No Tent" Termite Control addresses the unique behaviors of South Florida's drywood termite species. In comparison to all of the preparations and requirements by the homeowners to complete before fumigation, and the required evacuation for multiple days when fumigating, the tentless termite treatment option may be the best route for your family to take, and it is effective too.
Normal termite tenting requires the homeowner to relocate for at least 3 days and also involves the removal of all uncanned foods from the property. Preparations are also required for medicines, exterior bushes, TV antennas, and the list goes on. However, Hulett's Tentless Termite & Pest Control Treatment is effective, without the aggravation.
If you believe your house has a problem, do not wait. Contact Hulett and schedule a FREE termite inspection today. Termites can cause extensive damage to your home, compromising the integrity of the structure. This can pose a danger to your family and require extensive repairs that come at a high cost. Don't delay–protect your largest asset, your house.
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The Advantages of "No Tent" Treatment
The Benefits of "No Tent" Treatment
- 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 satellite dishes or antennas.
- NO special shrub or tree trimming required.
Our No Tent Termite Treatment Procedure
Hulett's trained professionals perform a direct injection into the termite galleries with an advanced non-repellent product. Our "No Tent" Termite Treatment addresses infestations of any size and scale.
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.
What Are Termites?
Termites are small, wood-eating insects that work together in complex termite colonies. There are worker termites, soldier termites, flying swarmers, and each colony has a Queen and King. While the Queen and King allow the colony to grow quickly, leading to infestations, workers create the ideal living condition necessary for the group the thrive. They carry food back to the rest of the colony, ensuring that it stays well supplied. Soldier termites make sure the colony stays protected from predators, such as ants. But don't worry, these soldiers cannot stop Hulett.
Drywood termites like to make their home in dry wood, as their name implies. Due to the nature of their habitat, you may not notice you need treatment for quite some time after they establish a colony in your house. You can frequently find drywood termites in the attic or roof of your home, in walls, in window and door frames, and other wooden structures. They can even feed on wooden furniture, floorboards, and more.
Signs of Termite Infestation
Once you notice signs of infestation it's essential that you contact Hulett Environmental Services immediately. Since termites can hide for quite some time without making themselves apparent, by the time you recognize the warning signs it is likely that they have already begun to damage your home.
Signs That Your Home Has Termites
- Noise may come from inside your walls–often a clicking sound or a quiet munching. Though Drywood Termites are usually hidden and discrete.
- Swarms of flying termites. Drywood termites in particular frequently swarm after it rains. You may also find termite wings around your home and attic, as the insects shed them after they find a mate to reproduce.
- Insects that look like winged-ants. Termites are often mistaken for ants, as they are about the same size and shape. But termites have straight antenna and a straight waist, whereas ants have elbowed antenna and a pinched abdomen.
- Wood structures that sound hollow–termites eat wood from the center out. They can leave thin strips of wood on the outside of a plank or board, yet strip away all that is inside. Your wooden structures may still appear solid, yet require treatment as they have damage inside.
- Warped doors, windows, baseboards, etc. As termites eat their way through wood it can begin to sag and shift.
- Tiny holes in wood, either inside or outside your home. This is a sign that termites are burrowing their way through to eat and nest. They use these "Kick-out holes" to expel their fecal material to make room for their growing colony.
- Termite Frass, or feces. Like other insects, termites leave behind a trail of feces. Drywood termites expel their feces outside their nests. The Frass may look like pepper or coffee grounds.
If you notice any of these signs, it's time to look into drywood termite fumigation or alternatives, such as "No Tent" treatment.
Schedule Your FREE Inspection Today
If you notice any signs of infestation around your home, contact Hulett Environmental Services today for a FREE inspection. A certified entomologist will correctly identify the termite or insects, and then be able to recommend the proper course of treatment.
Our pest control company has served as South Florida's trusted termite experts for over 50 years, including Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Jupiter, and Fort Pierce. With Hulett's "No Tent" Termite Treatment, the process doesn't have to be complicated or inconvenient.