Subterranean termites cost American home owners 5 billion dollars a year in damages, in fact termites cause more damage to homes than all natural disasters combined. In Florida 30% to 60% of five year old homes will have two to three active infestations without the home owner even knowing it.
It's NOT what you can see, but what you CAN'T see that should worry you!
Pest Safari utilizes infrared cameras on every inspection. Infrared cameras depict variations in temperatures inside your walls and converts them into a color palette. This helps your Pest Safari termite inspector find many termite infestations that may otherwise be invisible. Infra-red cameras also help to find conditions that are conducive for termites, such as roof leaks, plumbing leaks, and above ground moisture issues. All of which may cause a termite treatment to fail.
Termatrac is a device that emits a microwave signal that can penetrate most building materials. It then sends this signal to a hand held computer allowing your Pest Safari inspector to confirm the presence of termites inside the studs, within your walls, without having to remove sheet rock or damage the structure.
Termatrac is so accurate, we can trace the termites and find their point of entry within the home. This allows us to perform an inexpensive local (spot) treatment, instead of having to treat the entire structure. After the treatment is performed, your Pest Safari inspector can return and confirm that all the termites are dead and gone. -That's affordable peace of mind.
At Pest Safari, we use the newest, most advanced technologies when it comes to termite inspections and treatments, because we're committed to ensuring that termites never damage your home. In fact, over the past 15+ years, we have treated thousands of homes while maintaining a 99.9% success rate. When it comes to termite inspections, treatments and termite control in the Pensacola and Milton area, nobody's better than Pest Safari
Our precision injection equipment will eliminate and prevent termites safely, cosmetically, and with no odors.
Pest Safari utilizes Temidor, a unique nonrepellent, or "undetectable", technology, which termites can't see, smell, taste, or avoid.
Our Advance Termite Bait System (ATBS) will protect the hidden areas of your home by suppressing or eliminating entire termite colonies.
As termites move into and feed on the ATBS, they redily forage upward into the cell, compelling the termites to infest the bait station. This process of bait consumption and transfer begins the termite colony elimination process.
By the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
A rare find... This Formosan queen was captured on 22 Mar. 2021
by: Robert C. Hughey
In captivity she could live to be 30-50 years.
This home in Gulf Breeze, FL. had an above grade water leak that allowed Formosan termites to start a new colony above ground (aerial infestation), with no contact with the soil. An average Formosan colony (350,000 members) can devour a 2x4 of pine (foot long) in only 19 days. In our area, we have mega colonies that can range from one to ten million members.
Witness the capture of a Formosan Termite Queen.
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