Color: Varies from light brown to dark black
Shape: Segmented Oval
Size: 1/16″ and up
Habitats: There they are again…
A trail of tiny ants moving along the baseboard, up the wall, along the counter top, into the sugar bowl. The invading ants may be outside around the foundation, under the sidewalk, or in an old tree stump. They can find their way in through the tiniest crack, looking for food. Some ants will nest inside a building in walls, behind baseboards, or in potted plants. Carpenter ants are the most destructive indoor ants since they tunnel in wood. Under certain conditions, winged “swarmers” will emerge from the nest. Their purpose is to fly off, mate, and establish new colonies. Swarming ants can be easily confused with swarming termites, but a pest control professional knows how to tell the difference.
Ants can also start a new colony by simply dividing the first one and moving to a new location. The ants that you see inside can have more than one nest site, so it is important to use a control method that will affect all the ants in the colony.
Habits: Ants are social insects which means that they are part of a large colony containing workers and a queen. The workers tend the nest and hunt for food to feed to the queen and others in the nest.
At Last…Ant Control That Works!
Prevention: With our new process of ant control, we eliminate the entire colony, not just a few of the workers.
Until last year, ALL pest control companies had trouble controlling ants. It was a constant battle. They just kept coming back over and over.
Now with our slow working products and procedures, when worker ants come in contact with treated surfaces, they will spread the slow working toxin to one ant, then another, and another. We call it the “transfer” affect. So instead of the problem seeming to go away, just to continue to come back, the entire colony is eliminated.
One treatment is guaranteed for a full 90 days. Try asking any other pest control company for that warranty and they will probably laugh.
The procedure has no odor, vapors, or fumes. This procedure is more effective and works faster than ant baits or any other treatment available on the market today.
OTC Insecticides and sprays merely move ants away temporarily. They don’t eliminate ants.