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Ant Prevention- Exterior Baiting Program
Wondering why it seems like your ant problem pops up at the same time, year after year? Do you sometimes feel like your house must have been built directly on top of an ant hill? If this sounds like you, you’re almost certainly a good candidate for our exterior ant-baiting program. While our single-service ant control is highly-effective, sometimes it takes a bit more to get rid of the problem for good. Our exterior treatment program wipes out massive colonies surrounding your home, and lets you get ahead of the problem before it trickles inside.
Preventing Carpenter Ants
If you’re trying to get rid of carpenter ants, you’ll need a systematic approach. The good news is that carpenter ants make this easy — they’re highly predictable. For example, the main colony of a carpenter ant population is always outside in a tree. And although there may be multiple nests, there is always only a single queen. Once the queen is destroyed, the entire colony collapses. The most effective way to reach the queen is with strategically-placed bait. While our single-service carpenter ant bait is often enough to take care of your problem, we also offer an add-on package for 3 additional bait applications to target carpenter ant hot-spots — prominent trees, fence posts, and wood piles.
Preventing Pavement Ants and Other Problem Species
Believe it or not, most small ants actually live underneath driveways, patios, walkways, and landscape edging. Have you ever overturned a stone or large rock to see hundreds of ants busily scurrying about? The concept is the same, but on a larger scale. But the problem is that you can’t very well lift up your entire driveway to get a scope of your ant problem. Our exterminators will examine your property, pinpoint areas of high activity, and set tamper-resistant bait stations in precisely the right places. We maintain these stations throughout the season to keep your ant population at bay. This service is especially effective for homeowners who notice ants invading their home at around the same time each year.