Sentricon System – E-town Exterminating

Sentricon System


By utilizing the Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System, E-town Exterminating offers constant termite protection. It’s environmentally responsible, less disruptive than other treatments, and provides proven termite colony elimination. So you can stop termites’ destruction, and prevent it in the future.

The Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System is more than just a way to shut down termite colonies. It is all about your peace of mind. Only 24/7 protection from the world's best will give you that. Sentricon instills total confidence through the following:

Proven Colony Elimination

The Sentricon System is a game-changer. Termite colony elimination has become the measure for success. And "proven" refers to conclusive independent research at 30 universities, reported in 70 published scientific articles, and more than 15 years of real-life success. See if any other commercially available termite treatments can say the same.

Easy to live with

Sentricon bait stations are placed discreetly around your property, so the Sentricon System is barely visible, and certainly less obtrusive than traditional liquid chemical treatments. With Sentricon, there is no drilling, digging, trenching, or chemical injection required in or around your home. Your Sentricon® System Authorized Operator can make a scheduled bait station monitoring visit without your even needing to be home.

Environmentally responsible

The Sentricon System was developed to be a green product. Where many liquid chemical treatments use hundreds of gallons of chemical solution, the Sentricon System wipes out entire termite colonies using only a few grams of strategically placed active ingredient. It's the only termite product ever to receive the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award.

The Best Professionals

Our Authorized Operators have extensive training in the unique Sentricon System and use state-of the-art data gathering and management tools. They're skilled, experienced and ready to eliminate your termite problem.

Manufacturer Commitment

With comprehensive entomology expertise, Dow AgroSciences is a global leader in pest management solutions and a subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company. Dow proudly offers the Sentricon System, the world's most advanced termite management technology.

The Sentricon System with Always Active technology begins the termite colony elimination process without delay and offers continuous property protection from termites.

The Property Protection Process provides continuous defense for long-term protection of homes by E-town Exterminating. This three-step process begins once the Sentricon System is installed.

  • Monitor. An Authorized Operator routinely examines the stations for signs of termite activity.
  • Bait. When termites are discovered, termite bait is placed in the stations. Termites then feed on it and spread it to their nestmates.
  • Eliminate. The active ingredient in the termite bait affects termites by stopping the molting process they need to grow. As the worker termites die off, the colony declines to the point it can no longer sustain itself, ultimately leading to its elimination.
  • Once the attacking colony is eliminated, the process starts over by monitoring for future invasions.

    E-town Exterminating provides peace of mind. With the attacking colony eliminated and continuously monitoring for a new invasion; property owners, home builders, realtors and property managers can all rest assured that a home is protected.



    Termites tunnel from their home in the soil in a constant search for wood to eat. But they can't tell the difference between a dead tree and your house. If they come across your home's foundation while foraging, they'll follow any cracks or crevices into your home. They may enter through wood in contact with the soil or by building pencil-sized mud tunnels from ground levels, to where the house's wood frame begins.

    Termites can also enter your home through expansion joints or utility and plumbing openings in the foundation. And they are small – all they need is an opening 1/32-inch wide to squeeze into your home.

    Chances are, you won't actually see termites or a termite swarm, which lasts less than an hour. More likely, you'll see evidence of swarming; sudden appearance of winged termites; piles of small, lacey wings; or mud tunnels termites build.


    Under ideal conditions, a typical termite colony (with 250,000 workers) can eat about 20 feet of a 2 x 4 board per year. If you find evidence of an infestation, there's no need to panic. It's unlikely the damage will get much worse from the time you first discover termites to the time your home is treated. Still, stopping the destruction sooner rather than later is important in avoiding costly damage and repairs.

    Termite swarmers look a lot like flying ants. In fact, homeowners often mistake flying ants for termite swarmers and become alarmed. But look closely and you'll see several differences. Termites - Straight antennae, Two pairs of wings of the same size and shape, Broad waist, Short legs. Flying Ants - Elbowed antennae, Two pairs of wings, with rear wings smaller than front wings, Narrow or pinched waist, Long legs.

    There are a variety of termites in the United States but they all have one thing in common; when left alone, they'll eat you out of house and home. The most common variety, subterranean termites, consist of a queen, king, reproductives, workers and soldiers.