Ants

Whether they’re ruining your picnic or marching across your kitchen counter, ants can certainly be annoying any time of the year. Our region is home to odorous house ants, carpenter ants that can cause significant structural damage to your home or business, and occasionally fire ants. Luckily, Connor’s knows how to deal with all of them.

Signs of an ant problem

Ants are most active in early spring, and generally speaking, if you see more than 20 ants in the same area of your home, you have an infestation. Ants enter homes seeking moisture and food and are most frequently found in kitchens and dining rooms.

Carpenter ants specifically leave telltale piles of sawdust near wood structures that have suffered water damage or near other damp areas of your building. You may even be able to hear carpenter ants working within your walls in the infested areas.

How do you get rid of ants?

Killing a few ants in the kitchen is easy, but to eliminate the problem you must eliminate the colony. Built for survival and hard to destroy, ant colonies can multiply if the queen senses danger from the wrong pest control products.

We tailor an ant treatment plan to fit your unique situation using a combination of undetectable and eco-friendly spray products and gel ant bait. The Connor’s proven approach to ant control is both effective and environmentally responsible. Whether you choose a one-time ant service or year-round control, we eliminate the problem. Guaranteed.

Inside the Ant Hill: Facts About Ants

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