Termites are feeding 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. So imagine this little scenario, someone comes along and puts a whole bunch of wood on top of an area where termites very well could be living. Who would do such a crazy thing? Well…if you own a home you are likely resembling our little scenario. There are potentially up to 75 colonies of foraging termites per acre. That seems like a whole lot! There is a 1 in 5 chance that your home will be attacked. Now considering that there is a 1 in 4 chance that your home will have reported fire during your lifetime and we are sure you have fire insurance, don’t you think it would make sense to get some termite protection? Most homeowner policies don’t cover termite damage for termite infestations. That’s why Atlus Termite and Pest Control pioneered an innovative way to offer you our worry-free termite plan. We offer the number one proven method for termite control! We use the most environmentally responsible products that deliver complete effectiveness. Termidorâ is the most effective product available on the market today. Our philosophy is simple when it comes to treating your home or structure for termites – we put a complete barrier around your home, sort of like putting in a termite fence. This fence works amazingly well. In fact, the termites that come in contact with it, can’t detect it. They go home after a fun day of munching and get sick after they get home. They get everyone else in their family sick and they start dropping like flies (oops, that another treatment). It’s called the domino effect and Termidorâ does it better than anything else. Some folks say that putting some stations in the ground are the way to do it, but we say that that is kind of like putting in the fence posts without the fence! Doesn’t it make sense to not have gaps between the treated area and your house? And, with the price we are offering, it just makes so much sense. Don’t believe it, give us a call?
 Vincent Parman and Edward L. Vargo, Population Density, Species Abundance, and Breeding Structure of Subterranean Termite Colonies in and Around Infested Houses in Central North Carolina, (Journal of Econmic Entomology, 2008), 1352-1356.
 Termites.com. Destructive nature of Eastern Subterranean Termites
http://www.termite.com/termites/termites-tennessee.html (Accessed September 20, 2016)
- On January 16, 2017