A Sentry technician understands that no home is exactly alike, by requesting your Free Home Inspection our State Certified Technician will evaluate your home identifying what pests are present and the source of their presence.
Our technician will then create a customized Sentry Home Protection Plan that is ideal for your home, taking into account your lifestyle, family, pets, and the environment.
Your Sentry technician will monitor your home during each subsequent visit ensuring that the targeted pests are being eliminated. Because pests are so prevalent in the south, your technician will notify you of any new activity and adjust your plan if needed to eliminate any new threats.
Your business is your livelihood and Sentry is here to help you protect it. Sentry Technicians are State Certified, Licensed, and Insured. Our technicians are experienced in managing commercial accounts and have received formal classroom training.
We understand the importance of eliminating pests from your environment and the challenge that heavily trafficked areas can present. Our technicians are qualified to help you meet industry standards and pass required inspections.
- Food Service Facilities
- Healthcare Facilities
- Office Buildings including Warehouses
- Retail Stores
- Schools and Day Cares
- Carpenter Bees
- Carpenter Ants
- Wood Destroying Beetles
- Earwigs & Silverfish
- Fire Ants
- Fleas & Ticks
- Lawn Services for Pests
- Millipedes & Centipedes
- Hornets & Yellow Jackets
- Other Pests
your initial treatment with your ID.
Citizens over 65
Active Military and Veterans
are eligible for up to $50.00
Green Pest Control Solutions
In addition to traditional pest control we also offer Green Pest Control. The products used in Green Pest Control are Natural and 100% Organic. Our State Certified Technician will develop a plan that is right for you, taking into account the environment, and implementing methods that will exclude pests from entering such as identifying entry points and eliminating the cause.
Termites thrive in warm and humid conditions, which is why the southeastern portion of the U.S. has the most prevalent activity. This activity costs homeowners over $5 billion dollars per year according to the National Pest Management Association.
Most homeowners or businesses usually notice termites in the spring when the temperature begins to rise, during this time termites start to swarm in search of a mate. Mud tunnels or discarded wings are also common signs of termite activity. However, most infestations go unnoticed because these signs can be subtle or mistaken for other insects such as flying ants. If left untreated, termites will cause major structural damage.
Sentry recommends having your property inspected for any termite activity. A State Certified Technician will then prepare a customized treatment or preventive plan for your home or business.