You may have an ant infestation for a multitude of reasons. If you have a lot of sidewalks with cracks near your home, ants may simply have wandered off from their newly acclaimed sidewalk colony and expanded territory into your yard. If you have a property with lots of loose dirt or sand, ants like to formulate colonies there due to the soil being easy to transport for colony formation.
Ants that come inside may have sniffed out something in your home such as an open box of cereal or some spilled sugar in a cabinet. An ant exterminator can determine your ants are coming from and where they are headed. We can perform effective ant control and keep the infestation from taking over your home.
Starting with a full, in-depth home assessment, we will identify what type of ant problem you have, and provide a clear, precise treatment plan to get rid of them. All of our ant treatments are environmentally friendly and placed in areas of the home where ants are common and in spots where ants thrive.
The second stage of our process is the clean up and control of an ant population! Depending on the affected area, we will remove any dead ants as well as any food sources they have gathered, and put into place multiple ant control measures to keep those insects at bay, making the space clean and safe for children and pets.
The most important part of our pest control process is continued monitoring and protection of those possible entry points where ants are getting in your home. The best way to do this is through our four season pest control program for ants. As the pest sprays and other tools we use are environmentally friendly and safe for pets and family, this means they need to be maintained to stay effective.
Ants enjoy traveling in packs of hundreds or thousands. If you see one or two ants, most likely there are a hundred more waiting to take over your yard or home. Their excavating for ant colonies can make your yard look messy. Ants that have entered your food cabinets and cause costly damage to your groceries. Ant problems are less likely to go away on their own without interior and exterior ant treatments.
Ensuring all food products are safely sealed and sealing up cracks in your home are first steps you can take to discourage further ant problems.
The Skedaddle Four Season Pest Control Program focuses our pest management efforts based on the seasonal activities of ants impacting your environment. During each season, our pest control technicians will re-inspect and reinforce material barriers inside your home to keep ants out! If you experience a re-emergence of ants in your home, regardless of season, our Four Season Pest Control Program is here to protect you.