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“DIY” Ant – Control is virtually impossible when you have multiple queens or satellite nesting colonies. There are 10,000 single ant species and each presents unique problems. We have associate-certified phytologists on staff so pests can be identified in an effective manner. Almost every ant service starts with a thorough survey of your property to ensure our service technicians completely understand how big an infestation is.
Your technician begins the extermination of parasites using a superior product and an effective technique. The services we use are safe for pets and for kids.
Do you have a problem with ants invading your home? It’s time to bring in the professionals! Whether you have a major infestation or just a few ants in your kitchen, an ant exterminator can solve the problem for you.
Ants are very common insects. They live in colonies and behave like social insects. Ants play an important role in our ecosystem as they help recycle the nutrients present in the soil. There is no doubt that ants can be a real nuisance at times. Ants will invade homes whenever there is food available, which they carry underground to their colony. It is essential to hire the services of an ant exterminator if you have any ant-related issues at home or office.
Our guarantee is that if you find ants after our service, we will come back and fix it!
Ants are a common household pest, and they can be found living in almost any part of the house. They typically nest in the ground outside but will invade homes for various reasons. In particular, ants tend to move into homes during warmer months when it’s easier to find food.
They will also move into homes if they have been discouraged from their usual nest grounds by environmental factors, such as flooding or fire damage. Ants are not only annoying because they are always around, but also because they can cause structural damage when they build bridges between walls or under floors. Ants are also dangerous to have in the home because some species carry diseases that can be transmitted to people.
Carpenter ants are wood-boring insects that are usually black or brown in color. They have a body length of between one and two inches. The queens can be up to two inches long, while the males are only one inch long. The workers are between .5 and 1 inch long. Carpenter ants can cause significant damage to your home if left unchecked, so it is important that you know what they look like and how to identify them.
Carpenter ants can be a nuisance in the home because they love wood. They tunnel through your walls and cabinets, damaging wood in the process. These invasive insects usually live outdoors but their entry points in your home come from when one ant is searching for food or nesting sites. Carpenter ants are typically black or dark brown, with reddish-brown head, thorax, and abdomen. You might spot winged ants hanging around your doorways or windowsills in the summertime. Smaller than other types of ants, carpenter ants measure between 1/8 to 3/8 inch long.
Pavement ants are one of the most common species of ants in the United States. They get their name from their tendency to build nests in pavement and other urban areas. While they may look like ordinary black ants at first glance, these insects have a few distinguishing characteristics that help them stand out from other types of ants.
Pavement ants are also known as Tetramorium caespitum. They are an invasive species that is considered a pest for several reasons. These soft-bodied insects have mandibles that are very, very strong. They will bite anything they come in contact with. When they bite humans, they can cause severe pain and potentially even infection if one of their mandibles break off in flesh. The best way to get rid of pavement ants is to call a professional exterminator to have them sprayed with either poison or some kind of ant spray.
Sugar ants are a species of ant that has been known to live in Lancaster for about 100 years or so. They come from Asia and were introduced into the United States sometime during the early 20th century. They are a very unique type of ant because they will actually make a home out of human food sources such as sugar, honey, candy and other items that contain lots of sugar. These types of ants are also fond of coffee which can cause them to infest a coffee shop or cafe if there is a food source available for them to eat on the countertop, floors or walls inside the business.
Fire ants are a troublesome pest found in the US, but mostly in the southern states. Fire ants are reddish-brown in color with darker heads, legs and antennae. They communicate via chemicals called pheromones, which are released by the ant’s abdomen. Each of the ant colonies for fire ants contains one queen that can live up to ten years, multiple male drones and hundreds to thousands of female workers. Fire ant colonies can be underground or above ground. The queen lives inside the nest while worker ants tend to the surrounding area where they hunt for food, which includes other insects, plants and animals.
Odorous house ants, Tapinoma sessile, are a species of ants that can be found in many parts of the world. They are also known as odorous ants or sewer ants. Odorous house ants prefer warmer climates and be a large pest problem in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. In some cooler areas, they live in homes or other buildings, but in warmer areas they live outside in the soil. They accept various kinds of refuse food and even honeydew if it is available. These ants are light brown with darker brown legs. Their bodies are almost exactly 1/8 inch long with queens reaching up to 3/8 inches long.
Other ants can be pharaoh ants or ant colonies that have multiple queens that lay eggs in their nests.
Call us now to prevent ants and fix your ant problem once and for all. If you see tens of thousands of ants in your home or place of business, it may be time to call commercial services to get rid of your problem. Call us now at 1-888-708-8334 to get a free quote and avoid property damage now.