Eliminate termites
from any building
efficiently without constraints serenely

The cellulosic support present in the stations is consumed by worker termites

Worker termites bring cellulosic support back into the colony

The entire underground colony of termites is thus eliminated

The effectiveness of our treatment anti-termites is proven

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In the termite bait market, SENTRI TECH is present in North America, South America, the Caribbean, Asia Pacific and Europe.

40,000 households protected

In France, the SENTRI TECH anti-termite method has made it possible to protect thousands of homes from termites.

63 authorized applicators

These termite treatment professionals are at your service everywhere in France.

25 years of experience

Present in France since 1997, SENTRI TECH is a benchmark in the anti-termite treatment market (4th generation formulation).

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Your house remains habitable

There is no need to leave your home during a SENTRI TECH termite treatment.

Our applicators are trained and certified

Authorized Applicators of SENTRI TECH termite treatment undergo theoretical and practical training, and are regularly monitored and checked.

Periodic check and maintenance of the device

In the event of proven consumption, the cellulose anti-termite support is renewed so that the device always remains at maximum efficiency.

Guaranteed elimination

Elimination of termites is contractually guaranteed

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Frédéric - Tarn

Maire d'Eus Pyrénées-Orientales

Nathalie
Indre-et-Loire

Has protected her home from termites.

Nicole
Charente-Maritime

Has protected her home from termites.

Patricia
Indre-et-Loire

Has protected her home from termites.

Paxkal, Pays Basque

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What are the signs of a termite infestation?

Termites in France: understanding and eradicating them

In France, the presence of termites is a major concern for many homeowners. These wood-boring insects can cause major structural damage, compromising the solidity of buildings and leading to very high repair costs. Understanding the context and behavior of the different species of termites present in the country is essential for implementing effective treatment and prevention strategies.

Several species of termites are present in France, the most common being subterranean termites (Reticulitermes spp.) and drywood termites (Kalotermes flavicollis). Subterranean termites burrow into the ground and gain access to wooden structures, while drywood termites infest dry wood directly without requiring contact with the soil. Understanding the behavior of each species is crucial to implementing an appropriate control strategy.

Savoir reconnaître les signes d’une infestation de termites est la première étape pour protéger votre propriété. Common signs include galleries in the wood, fallen termite wings, sawdust-like droppings and visible damage to wooden structures. If you notice any of these signs, you need to act quickly.

Termites spread by swarming. Winged breeders fly from their colony in spring. Pairs then form, and some land near a cavity in the wood. These termites reproduce to form a new colony. But swarming isn’t the only way termites spread.
The development of a termite colony also takes place through the transport of wood and vegetation, where contaminated soil can potentially be found. This soil is sometimes transported hundreds of kilometers, and so another region can begin to be contaminated by termites.

Termites are xylophagous insects that thrive in favorable conditions, particularly those associated with humidity. France’s southern regions, with their warmer and often wetter climates, offer ideal conditions for termite activity. However, it’s crucial to note that termites can be found all over the country, and no region today is immune to their threat.

In southern regions, termites can be more active and cause significant structural damage to buildings, starting with wooden structures. Higher temperatures and increased humidity favor their development and their ability to feed on the cellulose present in wood.

However, termites can also be found in the more temperate regions of northern France. Even when conditions aren’t as favorable, they can still pose a threat, especially in humid environments such as coastal areas.

So, to effectively combat the termite threat in France, it’s essential to adopt preventive measures, wherever you live. Regular inspections, preventive treatments and constant monitoring are essential to protect wooden structures from potential termite attack.

In general, global warming has the potential to influence the distribution of species, including termites. Changes in temperature and weather conditions can create more favorable environments for the survival and reproduction of certain termite species. Regions that were previously inhospitable to these insects could become more hospitable due to altered climatic conditions.

It’s important to note that the complex interactions between environmental factors, including climate, and termite biology make it difficult to accurately predict the impact of global warming on their spread. Specific scientific studies by entomology and ecology researchers are needed to assess these relationships in detail.

The termite threat is spreading across several French departments and regions, requiring increased vigilance on the part of homeowners. In addition to regions such as Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur with Var and Alpes-Maritimes, Occitanie with Hérault and Tarn, other parts of France are also affected. Termite departments can be found in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (Drôme, Rhône, Isère), Bretagne (Ille-et-Vilaine, Morbihan), Centre-Val de Loire (Cher, Indre, Loir-et-Cher, Indre-et-Loire) and Corse (Corse du Sud, Haute-Corse). Termites are also rife in Hauts-de-France (Pas-de-Calais), Île-de-France (Paris, Yvelines, Essonne, Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-Saint-Denis, Val-de-Marne, Val-d’Oise) and Normandy (Seine-Maritime). Historically highly infested with termites, the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region has seen the presence of this pest in a very large number of its departments: Gironde, Charente, Charente-Maritime, Corrèze, Dordogne, Landes, Lot-et-Garonne, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Deux-Sèvres, Vienne, not forgetting the termite-infested Haute-Vienne. Historically highly infested with termites, the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region has seen the presence of this pest in a very large number of its departments: Gironde, Charente, Charente-Maritime, Corrèze, Dordogne, Landes, Lot-et-Garonne, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Deux-Sèvres, Vienne, not forgetting the termite-infested Haute-Vienne. Historically highly infested with termites, the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region has seen the presence of this pest in a very large number of its departments: Gironde, Charente, Charente-Maritime, Corrèze, Dordogne, Landes, Lot-et-Garonne, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Deux-Sèvres, Vienne, not forgetting the termite-infested Haute-Vienne. Historically highly infested with termites, the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region has seen the presence of this pest in a very large number of its departments: Gironde, Charente, Charente-Maritime, Corrèze, Dordogne, Landes, Lot-et-Garonne, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Deux-Sèvres, Vienne, not forgetting the termite-infested Haute-Vienne.

Faced with this reality, homeowners in these areas need to take a proactive approach to protecting their property against termites, starting with a termite diagnosis. The geographical diversity of these departments underlines the scale of the threat and the need for coordinated action. Termite control is thus becoming a national concern, requiring a variety of strategies and widespread awareness. The consequences of termite infestations are not confined to southern regions, and every département must take appropriate measures to minimize the risks.

Sentri Tech’s specialist termite control applicators operate in a large number of these departments, offering their expertise to protect the properties of private individuals and businesses. With a personalized approach based on the characteristics of each region, these professionals guarantee effective protection against termites, contributing to the preservation of real estate assets nationwide.

Preventive treatment is crucial to avoid termite infestation. Preventive methods include the use of chemical barriers, termiticides and traps. These approaches are designed to create preventive protection around wooden structures, deterring termites from taking up residence.

If an infestation is already present, curative treatment is required. Options include termiticides, baited traps and thermal methods. These approaches specifically target the termites present, eliminating the infestation and preventing further spread.

Termite management often requires the intervention of qualified professionals. Specialized companies use advanced methods, such as Sentri Tech, which offers precise termite elimination while minimizing environmental impact.

After successful treatment, it is essential to implement long-term monitoring and follow-up strategies. This involves regular monitoring of the property for potential termite activity, as well as the implementation of ongoing preventive measures.

Termite control in France and choosing the right treatment methods are essential to protect your property. Termite control in France and choosing the right treatment methods are essential to protect your property. Acting quickly and effectively will preserve the structural integrity of your home and avoid the considerable repair costs associated with termite damage.

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