Aug 30, 2019 - 12:31 PM
The question then becomes which do you prefer?
Termidor will last up to 15 years in the soil under normal conditions. This almost eliminates the need for any regular treatments. Annual inspections of the structure are still recommended.
Sentricon Always Active will last up to 7 years in the soil under normal conditions - unless it is eaten first. Then it has to be replaced. Annual inspections of the stations and the structure are recommended.
Both products claim to stop termites in under 90 days. The only issue with Sentricon is that the termites have to find the stations and eat the bait for it to effect them.
Other than that, Sentricon is very environmentally friendly. Termidor is a chemical and not as environmentally friendly. Both are safe when properly applied.
I have used both and don't really have a preference. The question becomes, how much do you want to spend? If its a preventive treatment, I would go with the cheaper option.