carpenter ant control
Ants can be a particular nuisance when they get into your home. Garden or Black House ants aren’t thought to carry diseases, but the trouble is you don’t know where they’ve been foraging outside, so you won’t want them marching through your food cupboards. Ants will travel in a wide range searching for food, following trails they have established and clustering around the source of food, becoming a nuisance in homes, organizations and businesses.
Track down where they are coming in and seal off the entry point
Small piles of earth around holes in soil and at the base of exterior walls indicate their origin.
Clear up any sticky residues on worktops, because ants are attracted to sweet things
Cover up any foodstuffs which could be a food source for ants
Carpenter ants are among the largest and most difficult to control ants that commonly invade properties. The fast-spreading ants are often found traveling via structural guidelines such as water hoses, downspouts and anything on the building's exterior that has corners or edges.
The ant control process begins with the technician identifying all carpenter ant satellite colonies and nests.
Although various baits and bait formulations are available, the primary methods for carpenter ant control are nest and barrier treatments.
Perimeter treatments are also often commonly applied to the exterior of the structure.
Odorous House Ants
If an infestation of odorous house ants is identified in a property, the technician will track the ants by their distractive trails to the nest. Odorous house ant nests are almost always located outdoors. These tiny insects will travel great distances indoors to find food and water for the colony.
A treatment will then be applied to the ant colony’s trails and nest. To ensure that no new trails are established after the initial treatment, a follow-up appointment will be scheduled 7-10 days later. Odorous house ants are very common and found throughout the United States