Termite Control vs. Termite Prevention
Termite Treatment and Prevention
Ben Franklin’s “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” still proves true today, especially in the war against termites. In South Florida, at least six species of termites, including invasive Asian and Formosan subterranean termites pose even greater threats to homes than native termites, as these aggressive pests cause more damage in far less time than our native species.
Our Termite Prevention Methods
Because most homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover termite damage, proactive homeowners know it’s important to head off the heartache and expense of termite damage. That’s why Hulett’s Termite Protection programs focus on termite prevention, instead of termite control. With a combination of Do It Yourself (DIY) termite prevention steps in conjunction with professional regular treatments, Hulett creates a barrier around your home that keeps termites out of your home. Like a fence, our termite prevention techniques exclude pests from entering your home, deter pests by correcting conditions that attract termites, and creating a hostile environment for termites that may inadvertently be introduced to your home.
The IPM Pest Control Approach
Termites can go unnoticed until they have compromised the structural integrity of your home; therefore, Hulett, unlike other pest control companies, will not simply apply pesticides in and around your home. Hulett’s Entomologist designed IPM approach is custom designed to meet the needs of your most valuable asset – your home. From a health and environmental perspective, our targeted termite treatments offer the most responsible, convenient, and effective termit