The Sentricon System Destroys the Termite Colony

A Revolutionary Way to Protect Your Home

Termites have been going after your home for years. Now the Sentricon System lets you go after their home - the colony. Colony elimination is a completely new way to deal with termites. And only Sentricon can achieve it.

The Sentricon System is the best approach for protecting structures from subterranean termites because it eliminates the colony, while being non-disruptive to property owners. The Sentricon System is proven, long-term protection against termite damage.

How the Sentricon system works

The Sentricon System takes advantage of natural termite behavior. Worker termites constantly forage far and wide, looking for wood to feed the colony. When they find food, like the monitoring device in a Sentricon Station, they leave special scent trails to summon their nestmates to the food source..

Once your authorized pest control professional discovers termites feeding in the station, the monitoring device is replaced with a Baitube* device containg Recruit* II termite bait. In doing so, the technician initiates the exclusive Self-Recruitment* procedure that takes advantage of the natural behavior of termites to spread the bait throughout the colony. The bait contains a substance that stops the molting process so termites can't grow. In time, all the termites in the colony will be affected by the bait and die.


First , your home will be inspected for signs of termites.

When termites are found in one or more stations, they will be transferred to a Baitube device containing Recruit II termite bait, which is then placed in those stations

Then, Sentricon stations will be placed in the soil around your home.

The captured termites will feed on Recruit II, tunnel out and send other colony nestmates back to feed on the bait.  As they do so, the colony is eventually eliminated.

The stations will be checked regularly for termite activity.

After a colony has been eliminated, the bait will be replaced with new monitoring devices.  Your pest control professional will continue to inspect these to discover a new colony that might invade your property.