Termite Control & Colony Elimination

Termites damage over half a million homes per year.
Protect your most valuable asset today.

Termites consume wood twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. This means they can cause structural damage to your home or business in a short period of time. In fact, it is estimated that termites cause over five billion dollars in damage each year! Homeowner insurance does not typically cover termite damage so protecting your investment is a must. Bain Pest Control offers termite control methods to protect your home or business: Sentricon Colony Elimination System and Liquid Barrier Treatment. Our pest control professional will provide an evaluation for your property and provide a customized treatment program.

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Sentricon Colony Elimination

Bain Pest Control is an authorized operator of the Sentricon Colony Elimination System. Sentricon provides protection to your property with a minimal amount of disruption to the structure or the environment. This low impact approach to termite control uses only small amounts of pesticides to eliminate the termite colonies. The latest and greatest in termite control. Unlike the liquid barrier treatment method, Sentricon will actually eliminate the termites and colony.


With Sentricon, low-profile sentricon stations are placed in your yard and around your home. They contain recruit HD termite bait, which will attract termites and then be brought back to their colony and eliminate it. Unlike your liquid treatment, which can wear out with time, Sentricon is always active and easy to maintain.

Always Active


Sentricon with Always Active technology features innovative Recruit HD termite bait, which is inserted into all Sentricon stations upon installation. Recruit HD termite bait is highly durable in the soil, resistant to degradation; highly desirable to termites,and preferred over wood in laboratory and field tests. It is highly dense with more than double the amount of termite colony-killing bait in a single device than any other bait. Thousands of homeowners and businesses including the White House and the Statue of Liberty have chosen Sentricon for their termite control needs.

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Liquid Barrier Termite Treatment

Liquid Barrier Treatments were invented over fifty years ago and were the preferred treatment option until the innovations in always active, low-chemical stations (such as Sentricon). Liquid treatments provide a continuous barrier around and beneath the soil to protect your structure from termite invasion. This treatment will not eliminate colonies in your yard, but will keep them from entering your house as long as the barrier remains: this is normally over a decade, but weather, soil type, etc. can reduce the life of the product. Bain is a registered Termidor partner.


Other Wood Destroying Insects

Termites aren’t the only possible insect that could destroy the wood of your home or business. In case you have another wood destroying insect problem, Bain offers inspection/identification services for the following:

For new home buyers, home sellers, or realtors, we also offer Wood Destroying Insect Inspections & Reports. Call us today to inquire!

Useful Termite Links

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What is Termite Swarming?

Quality CARE Agreement

We believe that our commitment to our customers is more than just dealing with pests. It’s about making you feel safe, clean, and content in your home or business. We care about you, your family, and your business. We summarize our commitment in our Quality CARE Agreement:

Consistency · Accountability · Responsiveness · Effectiveness

We promise to provide consistently great service, remain accountable for our work, be responsive to your needs, and always use the most effective (and safe) tactics in creating your pest management strategy.

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