All ants live in colonies consisting of an egg-laying female (queen), short-lived males and workers (sterile females). The ants you see foraging in your garden or kitchen are workers. Workers that find food communicate with other workers by depositing a chemical message on the ground as they crawl back to the nest. Although we cannot smell it, this "trail pheromone" survives for long periods of time and helps other ants find the food at the end of the trail.
Fortunately, ant problems are entirely controllable under professional care. However, the quality and price of service you will receive varies widely from company to company. At Interior Pest Arrest, we don't just postpone the problem; we stop it at the source so it doesn't come back.
Using state-of-the art, eco-friendly equipment and methods, our licensed exterminators will inspect your home's environment and construction to identify the problem and determine the best course of action.
What about Carpenter Ants
Carpenter ants can cause extensive damage to your home's infrastructure. For every carpenter ant you see, there could be hundreds more hiding in the walls. Carpenter ants damage wood and insulation by excavating tunnels, and they are capable of causing more harm to your home than even termites.
Help Is Available
Fortunately, a carpenter ant problem is entirely controllable under professional care. At Interior Pest Arrest, we stop carpenter ants at the source.
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If you have an ant problem or want to make sure you don't get one, count on us to break the pest life-cycle and prevent future infestations. For more information or to schedule a free consultation, please contact us today.