This termite munches on any wooden structure in the Panhandle. They live in colonies in the soil and are a social insect with distinct castes of workers, soldiers, and reproductives. This insect is persistent and requires detailed treatment strategies. See our links for more detailed information.

It can be difficult to tell that you have a subterranean termite infestation because they are not like wood-boring species. Over time, they can destroy the structure of homes. A professional pest control company can use multiple tools to detect termites in your home if you cannot see them including moisture and heat sensors.
Lady-Bug utilizes 2 methods, conventional liquid barrier treatments and termite baiting programs to achieve termite control. They are both effective in controlling termite infestations. Choosing the right method is dependent on the construction features of your home and personal preferences. There are times that we recommend one over the other and sometimes a combination approach. Lady-Bug is approved to use Termidor termiticide for liquid barriers and is also an authorized operator approved to use the Sentricon System for our baiting programs.

Termidor® Termite Control

Lady-Bug technicians have also received extensive training in the use and application of Termidor. Termidor® is one of the world’s most effective termite control methods, controlling termites in three months or less. If you have a termite problem, here’s why you should consider a Termidor termite control treatment: Click here for more details

Sentricon Termite Baiting System

Lady-Bug was the first company authorized to use the Sentricon Termite Elimination System in Amarillo. This is a totally different approach to termite control. This treatment method has won the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award: Click here for more details


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