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Drywood Termite Prevention 

Great builders leave nothing to chance. Their reputations are on the line if they build with materials that are infested. The system that has been available to them is now here for you. It's called GUARDIAN. GUARDIAN is the drywood termite prevention system that has allowed builders to protect the most vulnerable lumber in the building, the attic framing. 

WHY IS YOUR ATTIC VULNERABLE?

Drywood termite swarming season happens every summer. From August to October drywood termite alates separate from their colonies in search of new homes. Launching into the sky they catch a breeze up to 4 miles away and ride it to their next home...your attic framing. They fly right through the vents, land on the lumber, and begin their new colony.

After years of exclusive commercial use GUARDIAN is being offered to home owners. 

"We wanted to extend the same protection to home owners that roofers and builders have enjoyed for years. Its really about time." Co-Founder

For years we have offered preventative services to builders and roofers to control future pests. Now you can take advantage of it as well. Using the latest technology in treatment equipment we place a fine coat of a scientifically engineered borate on the roof sheathing, rafters and blocking, trusses, to protect against pests. 

  • TERMITES

  • CARPENTER ANTS

  • Carpenter Bees

  • WOOD DESTROYING BEETLES

  • DECAY FUNGI ( Brown rot, white rot )

  • MOLD

Average size attics start at only $749

11 TIPS FOR TERMITE PREVENTION

  1. Eliminate or reduce moisture in and around the home, which termites need to thrive.

  2. Repair leaking faucets, water pipes and exterior AC units.

  3. Repair fascia, soffits and rotted roof shingles.

  4. Replace weather stripping and loose mortar around basement foundation and windows.

  5. Divert water away from the house through properly functioning downspouts, gutters and splash blocks.

  6. Routinely inspect the foundation of a home for signs of mud tubes (used by termites to reach a food source), uneven or bubbling paint and wood that sounds hollow when tapped.

  7. Monitor all exterior areas of wood, including windows, doorframes and skirting boards for any noticeable changes.

  8. Maintain an 18-inch gap between soil and any wood portions of your home.

  9. Consider scheduling a professional inspection annually. Wood-boring insect damage is not covered by homeowners' insurance policies.

  10. Store firewood at least 20 feet away from the house

  11. Coat attic framing using HALO's GUARDIAN