The Sentricon® System is one of the only termite protection systems trusted to protect our nation’s most historical sites from the potential damages these destructive pests can cause. Recently, Pied Piper was able to install the Sentricon® System at the Muscogee Creek Council House in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Functioning as a national historic landmark, the Creek Council House has become a prominent structure in Oklahoma.
Originally constructed in 1878, the Creek Council House served to house the government of the Creek people. It remained the heart of the Creek Nation’s government until Oklahoma became a state in 1907. At that time, the city of Okmulgee took ownership. Repurposed as a museum, the Creek Council House now collects, preserves and interprets the culture of the Creek Nation with a variety of exhibits filled with historical significance.
When this much history is susceptible to the threat of termite infestation, there is only one termite bait system that has been trusted time and again for superior protection. The Sentricon® System has been trusted to protect many different historical sites around the United States, including the White House and Statue of Liberty. For this reason, it only makes sense to utilize this effective termite control and prevention system for Oklahoma’s most valuable, historic sites. To preserve the past and provide future protection from termites, the Sentricon® System is the most effective termite prevention solution available.
Pied Piper was able to install Sentricon® bait stations strategically in-ground around the site without requiring any major structural changes. Once in place, these bait stations go to work immediately to protect the building and its irreplaceable contents from any termites that may be on the property. This ensures constant protection from termites year round with regular bait replacement, a critical step in ensuring the preservation of this historic site.
If you are in need of termite control services or would like to learn more about our involvement in the preservation of the Creek Council House with the Sentricon® System, please call us at 888-737-8943 or visit thepiedpiper.biz.