Getting Ants Out Of Your Arlington Home
When it comes to pests getting into your house, an ant infestation can seem like a fairly benign problem. Rodents, cockroaches, and termites get a lot of bad publicity for good reason, but we tend to think of ants as just common Arlington insects that we don’t need to worry about.
Although some ants are simply a nuisance, that’s not always the case. Some ant species are quite problematic. Carpenter ants damage the wooden structures in your house. Acrobat ants are known to strip the insulation off wiring, causing electrical problems or even fires. Fire ants cover you in painful stings and can be especially dangerous for young children, older adults, and immunocompromised individuals. Even nuisance ants will contaminate your food, possibly causing illness.
If ants get into or are around your house, they can be surprisingly difficult to get rid of if you aren’t familiar with their biology and habits. Luckily, All Seasons Pest Control has spent the past quarter of a century becoming experts on ants and the best ways to eliminate them. No matter what species is causing problems around your Arlington home, we can take care of them.
Ant Control From All Seasons Pest Control
Our ant control services in Arlington are designed around your specific ant control problem. We’ll first identify the species of ant that has gotten into or is around your home so that we can treat it with the proper methods and products to eliminate the problem.
Carpenter Ants & Acrobat Ants
If carpenter ants or acrobat ants are in your house, you must get them out for the safety of your home and family. Both of these species of ants are damaging and dangerous. Thankfully, our ant control service for these two types of ants only requires one treatment.
We’ll use Termidor® SC to fully eliminate your ant infestation. Occasionally we’ll also use a bait product if necessary. Our Carpenter Ant treatment comes with a 90-day warranty. If you find that the ant problem isn’t resolved within those 90 days, we’ll return to re-treat your house.
Most ant species fall under the nuisance ant category. These include Argentine ants, odorous house ants, rover ants, little black ants, pharaoh ants, and ghost ants. Although they are not a danger to your house or family, they are annoying, and they can get into your food, making it unusable.
Our nuisance ant control service is a two-step process. We use a liquid application and baiting. Because ants can be picky, we have several types of bait to satisfy their tastes. Understanding ant biology and habits come into play here as we choose the right bait for your situation. This treatment comes with a 30-day outside and 90-day inside the home warranty.
Fire ants are an outdoor problem, but just because you aren’t likely to find them in your house doesn’t mean they aren’t a serious issue. If fire ants build mounds on your lawn and you accidentally step on one, they will swarm and cover you in dozens, if not hundreds, of stings.
Our fire ant control service is a one-step treatment. We will apply a liquid product and a granular bait to completely eliminate your fire ant problem. This service comes with a 30-day outside the home and 90-day inside the home warranty. It can be a one-time service, or we can set it up as a recurring treatment to protect your property from fire ants in the long term.
We’ll Protect Your Home From Ants
As you can see, getting rid of an ant infestation in your home is not quite as simple as it might first appear. If you have ants of any kind getting into your house or causing problems outside, contact All Seasons Pest Control right away. We have the experience and the expertise to fully eliminate your infestation. Get your quote today.
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