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Termite Control: Sentricon vs. Termidor

Written by Nickel - 325 Comments

We live deep down in termite country, and it’s time to think about extending our termite contract. Our house had a clean bill of health when we bought it earlier this summer, but the initial five year termite contract is almost up. Thus, we’re currently considering our options. Right now we have two main alternatives… The Sentricon System and Termidor.

The Sentricon System consists of a series of bait stations surrounding the perimeter of your house. The pest control company periodically monitors these stations and, once they detect termite activity, they replace the wood bait with a poison that is supposed to wipe out the colony. Sentricon is probably the most ‘green’ solution out there, but its effectiveness has also been brought into question by a number of so-called experts.

Termidor, on the other hand, is a chemical termiticide that provides a soil barrier surrounding your house. From what I’ve read, it’s far more effective than Sentricon, and not particularly dangerous to people. Termidor costs about $50 more than Sentricon up front, but the annual contract, which covers monitoring, periodic reapplication (if necessary) and repair of any termite damage is about $150 less for Termidor as compared to Sentricon.

We had Sentricon at our previous house, and we never had any termite activity (either in the house or in the bait stations). But that house was built on a slab foundation, and it was much more difficult to apply a chemical barrier in that situation — in fact, some companies refused to even treat slab houses. Our new house is on a crawl space, so you can readily access the foundation (inside and out). Thus, chemical treatment is a more viable alternative.

Does anyone out there have real life experience with either of these? Any recommendations? And please don’t say to just go without — where we live that’s just not an option.

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Published on August 24th, 2006
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325 Responses to “Termite Control: Sentricon vs. Termidor”

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  1. 1
    Matt Says:

    You spend $50 up-front to save $150/yr. How is there any doubt remaining that that’s going to be the better deal?

  2. 2
    nickel Says:

    Matt, I’m well aware of the math. However, cheaper is only a better deal if the product isn’t inferior. In this case, I’m thinking that cheaper (Termidor) is actually better, but I have no firsthand experience with it.

  3. 3
    Jan Says:

    We have been in the termite control business for 33 years and from experience, whatever treatment you choose is not as important as the company you choose. We do have a preference based on our long experience with all methods of termite control. We can offer Sentricon and Termidor as well as all other methods. The reason that the renewal on Sentricon is more is because of the service, not because of the product. When you purchase an automobile, you not only pick what you can afford but consider the value and the support you will get with a manufacturer. You should do the same with your home protection as it will appreciate rather than depreciate as automobiles do.

  4. 4
    jason Says:

    I work for at pest control company in GA where termites are very active and have seen many homes damaged by termites, powder post beetles, and fungus. Our company has been in business for over 34 years and licensed in SC, FL, GA , and TN. Any pest control salesperson who is honestr with you will tell you the best termite treatment is Termidor by far. While the Sentricon system is excellent, the number of call backs for termite activity in the home is much higher on the Sentricon. This spring, in my territory alone which consists of 6 counties, I had 12 call backs on Sentricon and absolutely NO callbacks resulting in live termite activity. The Sentricon customers that had live termite damage was on 4 of the call backs and the repairs were made much to our customers surprise. The ratio of damage claims vs the number of sentricon customers is extremely low. The key to any treatment is the warranty and the species of termite covered under the warranty. Some warranties have a low limit on the damage covered. Also, warranties may exclude formosan termites, not transfer to any subsequent owner, and the renewal fee can increase at any time and by any percentage. Cheaper companies are not always better, so read your contract before signing. Termidor IS tested to last at least ten years, but I highly recommend keeping the warrantee, because as we say in this business “there is no silver bullet”

    Hope this helps,


  5. 5
    jason Says:

    What I meant to say was that I never had a call back for termites at any home treated with termidor.


  6. 6
    Trey Canipe Says:

    I have been in the exterminating business for at least a decade (total). My personal technique is simple – sentricon to eliminate the colony(s) from your property AND/ drill/liquid treat attached slabs, dirtfilled porches, or critical areas “JUST IN CASE!” ;-) . I am a “keyman” for Terminix which means i can sell and do my own jobs and this is how i do it… Termidor is expensive – but it does not cost that much to treat ‘critical areas’.. It’s a small bit of extra care that the company really never misses in chemical costs..

  7. 7
    Bob Bowman Says:

    Termidor is also good for controlling ants on the exterior of the house too. I use it on every ant treatment and I use phantom on the exterior as well as drione dust (sparingly) It will kill the colonies outside, usually for the season. Unlike Termites, Ants spend alot of time on the surface and can travel long distances, so it doesn’t last as long for Ants. Termites are subterranean, and Termidor destroys the Termite colony. there is nothing better than Termidor for Termites! Period

  8. 8
    David Says:

    I’m curious. How long does the Termidor treatment last in the ground? Every chemical has some sort of breakdown period. What is this one’s? 5 yrs? 7 yrs? 10 yrs? Wouldn’t you at some point have to pay to re-treat the entire house again? And how long do contracts typically last for these treatments?


  9. 9
    Adam Says:

    I have recently discovered we have termites in our 108 year old farm house. The crawlspace gives access to most of the underside of the house but there are some areas that would have to be sprayed from a distance of 20 ft away or more. Although it is possible to get all of the ground/dirt under the house. I am a small person (5′8″ 148 lbs) and was able to get into these small areas but I doubt many other people could. Would Termidor be a viable method since there is the possibility of incomplete interior coverage. Or would Sentricon be a better solution?

  10. 10
    Jay Says:

    I own a family-owned pest management firm in Kansas City and have personally been doing pest management since June of 1969. We offer Sentricon, Termidor and many other products. I would say those two lead their competitors (Sentricon for bait and Termidor for liquid barriars). The effectiveness is about the same – about 99% effective. The initial cost is around the same too – about $1,000. The annual renewal is usually a litle higher for Sentricon because you are making 4 service trips instead of one, so there is more service involved. Sentricon is much more environmentally friendly. No liquid pesticide at all. I like working with it better because of that.

  11. 11
    K. Smith Says:

    I have been involved with the termite and pest treatment industy for the past 12 years,as well as the construction and re-construction aspect for the past 15 years. The last 5 of which have been spent as a field supervisor-3 with a very successful standard and alternative method company which sold to-the largest family owned termite and pest company on the west coast and after a 2 year run there decided to open my own company. The most important aspect of purchasing a termite program for your home is a clear understanding of the product as well as as proven field performance of it’s applicator. As an experienced field technician with many years in the field “Treating the Problem” and “Making the Customer Happy”. Educate yourself and get advice, from someone who used to have a termite problem or someone with a renewed in good standing licence, for your own peace of mind.

  12. 12
    J Fields Says:

    I have been in the pest control buisiness for 23 years. The baits ( Sentricon, Advance, Firstline Ect….) are all junk compared to Termidor……

  13. 13
    Rick Coleman Says:

    can termites in the roof be killed by applying pesticied on the ground or does the house need to be tented?

  14. 14
    John Says:

    Rick, very good question…if there is enough moisture to allow the termites to live in the attic, then the colony will not need to return to the soil. If you are dealing with Formosan Termites, the carton nest will have to be found and removed – usually a direct application of termiticide will take care of the problem.

    To play it safe – I would have the house tented and then treat the soil.

  15. 15
    rvloranger Says:

    I have recently found termites in my house and have begun getting quotes for treatment. The sentricon system was recommended by the first pest company. They said that due the fact that I had a basement rather than a crawlspace it would be more effective than the termidor. I would greatly appreciate a professional opinion.

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    Jay Says:

    Termidor and Sentricon are equally effective. The only people who question the effectiveness of Sentricon are those who never became authorized dealers. Those that do both methods are the only ones who can objectively render an opinion. My company does both methods. Of course, Dow (the manufacturers of Sentricon) and BASF (the manufacturers of Termidor) want us to tell our clients that one is more effective than the other, but the fact of the matter is that they are both equally effective and have their own strengths. Both methods have a similar initial cost ($700 – $1,200), but the annual renewal is usually a little higher for Sentricon (4 trips instead of 1). Sentricon is definitely greener. Termidor involves applying 100s of gallons of insecticide where Senticon only inserts a small amount of bait matrix where the active termites are.

  17. 17
    Anthony Says:

    I’ve decided to use a bait system. Which is more effective, Sentricon or Advance? I read that the Advance system uses a Chitin inhibitor which only kills 20% of the termites that feed on it (the young ones) and the adults have to die of old age which could take up to 6 -8 years. The Sentricon system uses a metabolism inhibitor that kills 90% of the termites that feed on it. But the Advance system looks better built and requires less frequent checking. Which one is better?

    Also, how far apart and how far from the house should they be installed?

  18. 18
    Jay Says:

    Sentricon has been around a lot longer. Also, Advance encourages “skimping” by the pest pro. Sentricon charges one fee to the pest company and all materials are included. So, if you have large amounts of termites underground, it sometimes takes 10 or 15 bait tubes to eliminate the colony(ies). Since everything is pre paid, the vendor will put out as many stations or bait tubes as it takes to solve the problem. With Advance, the materials are sold piece-meal. So when a station is costing $10 and the bait tubes cost $15 to the vendor, they will think twice about putting in extra stations or bait tubes. Also, Sentricon has many University studies proving its efficacy. Advance has none that I know of. If you are going bait, you should definitely go Sentricon.

  19. 19
    Chris G Says:

    I live in New England and have owned my home for 15 years. Our home was treated conventionally with poison (not Termidor) around the perimeter before we bought it. The termites came back the next spring and it took us the whole summer to get the fly by night pest controller back to retreat. When the termites reappeard the following spring we then paid to have a REAL CERTIFIED pest control company install Sentricon. At the time it was new in our area and we did not know anyone else who had it.

    I am glad we spent the extra money — our house has been termite free for 15 years. In the beginning when termite activity was found the pest control company put more bait stations adjacent to the active one. Over time as the termite activity has disappeared the extra bait stations were removed.

    I have no experience with Termidor but I would recommend Sentricon 100 percent. Probably the best advice I have read on this forum is to choose a good, quality, pest control company and avoid the cheaper fly by nights. The few extra dollars spent are well worth it.

  20. 20
    J Says:

    As a homeowner with current termite issues, I have repeatedly been told to use Sentricon if you have active termites and Termidor for use before you see termite activity. Another words, Sentricon if you know you have termites, and Termidor to prevent getting them.

  21. 21
    Jim Says:

    Someone has told you something completly wrong.Baits are ok for prevention, but if you have active termites nothing and I mean nothing will get rid of them faster than Termidor ,,not Premise or any other liquid works like Termidor. Every test done shows that within 90 days of treatment with Termidor there are no living termites within an acre of the center of the average size home!!!! Baits can take years and years and years and years to get your first hit.I have seen it take as much as 6-7 years to get a hit, in that time the termites are still eating your home!!

  22. 22
    J Says:

    Thanks, Jim. We will request Termidor. I will let everyone know the results, as we can see where they are tunneling and where they are initiating from.

  23. 23
    jim Says:

    You will hear different information on this subject depending upon what they have used or know about. I have a master in entomology specializing in eastern subterrain termites and have been in the pest control business for over 25 years. I have used both Termidor and Sentricon for several years. I have Sentricon on my personal home and would not change.

  24. 24
    Jay Says:

    I have been in the industry for 40 years and agree with you Jim. If I had a choice at my own home, I would go Sentricon. Since I treated my home with Chlordane in 1985, it probably will never need another treatment. But, if it did, I would go Sentricon. If you want a quick kill, go Termidor. If you want a long term, environmentally friendly solution, go Sentricon.

  25. 25
    Missy Says:

    I have had two estimates and inspections from businesses that both have been in their respectable fields over 40 years. They both are certified Sentricon dealers. One company, which I will call Company A is recommending the Termidor treatment alone and the other, Company B is recommending the Termidor treatment and the Sentricon bait treatment together. I am looking at paying about $50 dollars more by using the Sentricon treatment from Company B and feel that I will be getting the protection that I need for the active termites that were found in the crawl spaces of my home. Company A that recommends the Teridor treatment stated that they could use both the Sentricon and the Teridor together but the cost would be twice as much but doesn’t feel that the Sentricon treatment is necessary. Should I get a third estimate and inspection? I am a little puzzle that both certified dealers have different opinions. I am not sure who is looking out for my best interest here.

  26. 26
    jim Says:

    Hey Missy, That company that wants to do Sentricon and Termidor, mark them off your list. They are rippin you. If you treat with Termidor there will be no termites to kill with the Sentricon!!In almost 24 years I have use almost everything on the market.Nothing works like Termidor, It has had no retreats (callbacks) in over 10 years of use…….Million of homes treated and not one failure……Sentricon and Termidor both are a stand alone treatment , to do both is a scam!! For my customers I only do baits as prevention. If you have active termites, and don’t want to wait possibly years and years for a hit while termites are eating your home go Termidor. Every study I have seen all say that within 90 days of a treatment with Termidor there is no living termites within an acre of the average size home…

  27. 27
    Missy Says:

    Jim, upon reading both proposals, Company B states that the Termidor will be used on the high traffic areas of the termites. Wouldn’t this be the same as getting rid of them, plus using the Sentricon bait as prevention?

    I consider my home of average size, 1,600 sq feet.

    Oh, also I thought a termite was a termite. Upon reading Company A proposal, it states that “It is understood and agreed that this guarantee covers the native Subterranean termite only and excludes the Formosan Subterranean termite, the non-subterranean (Kalotermitidae, hodotermitidae, and rhinotermitdae) and all other wood destroying insects and organisms.”

    Should I be concern about these other types as well?

    I live in the South.

  28. 28
    jim Says:

    Missy, When it comes to active termites, the Sentricon is truly a cross your fingers, hope, and wait method. The companys that push it and other baits as a cure for active termites are only looking to guarantee their future REVENUE . The Termidor is an almost instant cure and provides prevention for about 15 years….Termidor should take care of ALL subterranean termites even Formosan.Here is my advice, stay away from the Okin and Terminix, or any other large company especially if they offer, and brag about a repair guarantee.If you had damage in the future these companies will lawyer up on you in a heart beat. Look for a small to mid sized, locally owned and operated with a good reputation.You may even check your states Department of Agriculture website, it should show who has complaints against them. Also google them to look for complaints ( I find this works for almost any company )…

  29. 29
    Missy Says:

    Thanks so much for the information. I will complete my research for company complaints right away.

  30. 30
    Jay Says:

    Well, I have to disagree with Jim about Sentricon being a “cross your fingers, hope and wait” method. How does he know if he is not an authorized vendor and has no direct experience with it. A lot of Pest Management professionals that didn’t get chosen as a Sentricon dealer say detrimental things about it because they are mad about not being chosen. I can’t say that I blame them, however, I have experience with ALL the methods and products – more than 5,000 termite jobs. Termidor is great. We have had great success with it too. But Sentricon is just as effective. Pricing is similar. It’s just that some people don’t want 100 – 200 gallons of liquid pesticide applied around their homes. A lot of people go with Sentricon, plus a spot application of Termidor where the active infestation is. Nothing wrong with it. It gives some people a peace of mind that they immediately stopped the termites with the Termidor, but didn’t resort to the large quantity of chemicals around the rest of the home. Missy- I think you are on the right track. Any method of treatment is only as good as the company applying it. Check with the BBB and National Pest Management Assn for good standing. Plus, ask a couple of your neighbors. If you want less pesticides, go with Sentricon. If you want to save a few bucks on your annual renewal, go with Termidor. It’s that simple. They are equally effective.

  31. 31
    jim Says:

    I have years of experience with Sentricon and Advance with Terminix, (I am certified for both and have many awards) both a great bait. I have also used Firstline with Orkin, it is truly junk, you can buy the same bait at Lowes..I currently use Esystex (Exterra) which is similar to Sentricon and Advance.I always let my bait customers know that this is a LONG TERM COMMITMENT . I have seen as many as 5 hits in the first month, I have also seen about half or more sites take years to get a hit!! If you do decide to use baits please choose a company that does monthly or no more than bi-monthly service, any thing more than that you might as well burn your money. I do not belong to the Nat. pest management Assn. or the state PMA. Mostly because they are mostly controlled by Orkin and Terminix here in WV,they both have “honorary” VP seats .I have never been turned down by Dow/Sentricon, I turned them down!!You also get your personal info. shared with Dow via computer from the company that installed the system. Dow also has its own quality control people (which is good),in the fine print (if its stil ther,it been a few years)you will be authorizing Dow to show up at your door usually unannounced to chech your property, and if your not there it still gets checked..One thing I have managed to do since I went into business for myself is to really tic-off my competition with honesty and a 5 year guarantee to back it up….

  32. 32
    K Says:

    Our 5 year termite contract is expiring. So we are deciding between a Sentricon bait type system or a Terminix/Termidor liquid type system.

    Question: As a 5 year old, concrete slab, brick & hardiplank house, in GA, without a current termite problem, which type of system is best for us? We are not interested in spending additional money unnecessarily since we do not have a current problem.


  33. 33
    jim Says:

    If your home was treated with Termidor 5 years ago it should be fine for about 10 more years at least. If your local Terminix is a franchise it may be O.K., if it is not a franchise STAY AWAY. All you will get is falsified document and spraying water.Google “Terminix consumer alert” go to that site it has lots of info on their dirty tricks..The Termidor is truly bullet proof for 12 – 15 years. You will find more personalized service from a locally owned and oporated company.

  34. 34
    Jay Says:

    I would call a local pest management firm that has been around awhile. You might find one on the IPCO (International Pest Control Org) website. You can google it. It is made up of smaller, well-experienced companies in most markets around the United States, as well as various other countries and islands. You need an opinion from a local firm. Good luck!

  35. 35
    Nicholas W Constantino Says:

    I had a reputable Pest control Applicator treat my home with Termidor last February 2009. I live in CT. I must say that After the treatment I did not see ANY signs of termites or carpenter ants almost immediately! However, today March 27 2010, I did see a small swarm. It was a nice sunny day and it really surprised me as I thought that the Termidor knocked out my termites. My question is will I still see a swarm after a year with Termidor? Like I said before, last year after the application…..GONE!! Thanks

  36. 36
    jim Says:

    Nicholas W Constantino , Sorry to hear that, you should not be seeing a swarm,,Was the swarm in your home? Or outside?If it was not close to your home that could be ok.. From what I have read the only failures with Termidor were done intentionally. That is they tested how bad you would have to screw a treatment up to fail, and it is pretty bad.One of a couple of thing would have to happen in the real world to fail..(1)Termidor works so well some termite techs. think they can cut back on the gallons used to treat, and too much could be bad..(2) There is getting to be alot of counterfeit Termidor on the market due to its high price, just look on E-Bay , most of that being sold on E-Bay is counterfeit..So if the company that treated your home thought they got a great deal on E-Bay and treated your home with it???I hope the company is backing it up?? Looks like you are a little over a year past treatment, are you still under guarantee??If the company does not back it up call the Department of Agriculture, they can test the soil and tell what was applied ..Good luck…

  37. 37
    Jay Says:

    Have them identified to make sure they are termites. Ants swarm sometimes too. Ants have 3 distinct sections to their body (like a wasp). Termites have a head and a long bullet shaped body. Also wings on termite are almost twice as long as their bodies. Ant wings are only slightly longer than their bodies.

  38. 38
    Wendy Says:

    I just bought a home in Massachusetts that needs to be treated for termites. I’ve decided to go with Termidor, but I can’t decide which warranty option to take. The company I’ve chosen offers a 4-year warranty included in the initial price. For $99/year, they would sell us a 10-year warranty with annual inspection. (I need to clarify whether they inspect with the 4-yr warranty or not.) Since Termidor tends to last 10 years (with no guarantees, I know), I’m wondering if I should bother with the longer warranty. Perhaps instead, some years after the 4-year runs out, I should just get a new inspection. What do you think? I’d be especially interested to hear from the pros.

  39. 39
    Nicholas W Constantino Says:

    Here is a follow up to my swarm problem.. My termite guy came back and explained to me the problem which makes perfect sense. My home is a 3 level split and the bottom level is on a slab. The areas where the swarm was is in the interior wall running from front to back of house. This is where the slab runs and where the swarmers are coming from. It is accessible from the basement and he is going to drill along the interior foundation and pump it with termidor.

  40. 40
    Jay Says:

    Is this wall adjacent to the garage slab?

  41. 41
    Jack Says:

    Just discovered our house in Ft. Worth TX has a termite infestation. Sure wish we’d taken preventative measures when we moved in almost 3 years ago, but we didn’t. Insurance doesn’t cover it, and home warranty doesn’t cover it. We’re thinking about the sentricon system with termidor spot treatment in the house where the critters have been spotted (2 walls). Didn’t like the idea of gallons of the chemical in the yard with kids, dogs and cats running through it. Thanks guys.

  42. 42
    Jay Says:

    Sounds like a smart move to me.

  43. 43
    Richard Says:

    I live in Northern California on a hill in a redwood sided home that is adjacent to a forest and wetlands below. From what I have read on this site, it appears that Sentricon is more environmentally friendly than Termidor. Specifically in what manner is it more environmentally friendly and in what manner is Termidor not environmentally friendly? I don’t want to use something that will have any toxicity to my family now or in years to come, like organophosphates. If both cause some toxicity, what else is recommended. About how much does it cost to have the various professional companies protect a home per lineal foot or per home?
    Thanks for your help!

  44. 44
    Richard Says:

    I live in Northern California on a hill in a redwood sided home that is adjacent to a forest and wetlands below. From what I have read on this site, it appears that Sentricon is more environmentally friendly than Termidor. Specifically in what manner is it more environmentally friendly and in what manner is Termidor not environmentally friendly? I don’t want to use something that will have any toxicity to my family now or in years to come, like organophosphates. My wife already has a chronic neurological handicap. If both cause some toxicity, what else is recommended? About how much does it cost to have the various professional companies protect a home per lineal foot or per home?
    We have subterranean termites. Thanks for your help!

  45. 45
    Jay Says:

    If they will give you a 4 year warranty for no additional cost, I would go for it. However, I would call them back once a year to check to make sure there is no new evidence, unless you have the expertise to check it yourself.

  46. 46
    Jay Says:

    Sentricon is the most environmentally friendly. It is not a liquid pesticide. It is an ongoing monitoring system using hollow plastic monitors sunk into the ground adjacent to the structure. When active termites enter the stations, bait is placed in the station. Termites feed on the bait and take it underground to all the other termites in the colony until the colony is wiped out. Termidor, although low in toxicity is still a liquid pesticide. Price for the Sentricon should be about $700 – $1,000 for installation and 1 year of monitoring. Annual monitoring thereafter should run about $259 – $320 per year..

  47. 47
    jim Says:

    I see alot of people pushing what they sell on here. That being Sentricon..Termidor out performs Sentricon HANDS DOWN WITH NO EXCEPTIONS!!Sentricon does contaminate your soil every time it rains!!The studies are out there.. If you worried about moisture in the soil (Amy), Termidor is the only liquid on the market that does not move in the soil once it dries..Termidor is also one of the least toxic (to Mammals) termite chemicals ever. The only one less toxic is Premise, but it moves in the soil every time it rains.. Termidor has the same active ingredient as Frontline that you put on your pets for fleas. Like I have said before “baits are a cross your fingers and wait method” . It can take years and years and years to get a hit. Do you want termites eating your home while waiting for a hit. If you do a spot treatment with Termidor, then your current problem is solved with no baits…Just use common sense cause I suspect some of these people on here work for Dow, which makes Sentricon…

  48. 48
    Amy Says:

    We live in an area of NJ where the water table is high and the dirt is sandy but can be hard like clay. We have received 5 estimates to treat termites and all but 1 recommendded Termidor the other company recommended Sentricon because of the high water table and said putting the liquid into the ground with a high water table would dilute it. Is this correct? Should I go with the bait system. Our home is only 9yrs old and I want the best protection

  49. 49
    Amy Says:

    also, we’ve seen termite activity last year but not yet this year.

  50. 50
    Jay Says:

    I can’t give you advice because we don’t have a high water table in our area. However, If the Sentricon company uses Termidor too, I would think that they wouldn’t have an axe to grind either way and would give you the best suggestion.

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