Pests We Treat Case Studies: Cowleys works with NJ Dig on Sentricon installation in Monroe, NJ
Sentricon, a termite baiting system, takes advantage of termite biology and behavior to kill termite colonies. Wood treated with an insect growth regulator are placed in bait stations around the home. Foraging termites consume the bait, carry it back to the nest, and share it with their nest mates. The queen is killed and, in time, the termite colony is eliminated.
Although Sentricon is the most extensively tested termite control product on the market, it does not work on auto-pilot. Its effectiveness depends on the particular pest control company monitoring the bait stations and re-bating as necessary. In addition to diligent servicing, the Sentricon system must also be properly installed. That's where I come in as an experienced Sentricon installer. Sentricon jobs always have a few issues, none of which are insurmountable. The key is being aware of your surroundings to understand the terrain and potential obstacles. Since every home is different, every job has its own challenges.
Recently, I was assigned a Sentricon installation at a residence in Monroe. I am always grateful to NJ Dig. NJNG has a "call before you dig" service that allows anyone doing any outdoor excavation work, no matter how big or small, for pre-digging on-site assistance to avoid damaging underground utilities. A NJNG technician comes out to mark the site with paint, flags, or stakes. This gives me the security of installing the bait stations without damaging cables, pipes, and gas or water lines.
This particular residence in Monroe had a significant number of mark-outs that I had to consider when placing the bait stations. Working alongside my manager, we combined our collective experience to install the system without issue. when completed, we installed a baiting system that would most effectively to protect the homeowner's residence. There is always a feeling of satisfaction leaving a job knowing that it was done right for the customer.
Termite control in Monroe, New Jersey.