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Don't Let Termites Destroy Your Florida Or Alabama Home

Termites are small pests with a big appetite for destruction. Although they play a beneficial role in the ecosystem when they use their talents to help in the decomposition of dead trees, when they get into your Florida or Alabama house, their skills are put to use in a bad way. Termites eat cellulose that's found in wood, so they'll eat through any wood they can find, most often the posts and beams that hold your house up. Given enough time and a big enough colony, termites can damage your home's structural supports, making it a dangerous place to live.

Given our hot, humid climate, Florida's Panhandle and Alabama's Gulf Coast have a large population of several species of termites. Any home that isn't protected is at risk of an infestation. Luckily, EnSec provides termite control services to protect your home before it becomes infested and eliminate any colonies already present.

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Our Termite Control Offerings

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Prior to performing any service, we'll visit your home to do a thorough inspection. Not only do we look for termite activity and damage during this inspection, but we also take the time to take measurements, look at the construction of your home, and find a clear perimeter around the exterior. This information allows us to provide you with an estimate for our termite control services.


At EnSec, we use the Sentricon® System with HD Always Active™. This termite baiting system gets installed in the soil around the perimeter of your house at regular intervals. When termites take the bait, they become unable to develop properly. They can also transfer the bait to each other, which helps speed the process of eliminating the colony.

We also have aboveground bait stations that we can use indoors; this is especially helpful if we find an active infestation in your home during our inspection process.


Your termite control program includes annual follow-up visits to check the bait stations and look for any termite activity. If you had an infestation when we began your treatment, we'd also perform a follow-up visit right away to make sure it's taken care of.


Your termite control warranty depends on the type of termite we treat for. Please contact us for more information.

Wood-Destroying Insect Reports

When selling your home, many lenders require home buyers to have a Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) written up before they'll finalize the loan. Even if this isn't a requirement through your lender, it's a good idea to have one done for your own peace of mind. We offer this service to homes currently protected under one of our termite warranty programs. This service is not available for new accounts.

This process includes a thorough inspection of the home to look for termite activity and damage. Regardless of the results, we'll then write up an official report for your files. Contact us to schedule a wood-destroying insect report!

An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure

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If you haven't given termites much thought, now is the time to do so. A termite infestation can quickly damage your house, leaving you not only with the need for termite control but also with potentially costly repair bills. EnSec will provide you with termite control that can eliminate termite colonies that have already infested your home and can prevent infestations in the future. To protect your Florida or Alabama house, contact EnSec today.

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