Dealing with an ant problem? Our multi-step approach ensures these pesky critters don't come back.
Got ants? They are pesky and persistent, but the team at Eco Pest is here to help! Our multi-step approach to controlling ants incorporates both exterior and interior treatments for the most effective solution.
For our external treatment, we use a granulated insecticide followed by a liquid insecticide that creates an effective barrier against these formidable critters. This external treatment provides two lines of defence to prevent them from trailing in.
The interior treatment will depend on the severity of the issue. In most cases, our team will apply residual insecticide inside your home. If necessary, they may also bait, flush, or leave a dusting behind cracks and crevices.
In addition to these treatments, the Eco Pest team may suggest some DIY work during their visit. This includes patching up openings in the wall or re-sealing the edges of countertops to prevent further infestation. Check out our recent blog for more tips on how to prepare your home for ant season.
We understand that controlling ants is an ongoing battle, so we always recommend our clients keep to a regular maintenance program to ensure they remain ant-free.
Call the Experts
If you're having trouble with pests, give us a call at Eco Pest and let us tackle your ant problem! Our expert team of pest control technicians will make sure your home stays safe from unwanted invaders. Contact us today for more information about our services and how we can help you.
Before you go - here are some interesting facts about ants:
Ants have been around since the time of dinosaurs, and are one of the oldest known insect species.
The average ant colony consists of between 100,000 to 500,000 ants!
Some ant species can lift up to 50 times their own body weight!
Ants work together as a team to determine the best location for their nest and forage for food.
Ants have an incredibly long lifespan – some Queen ants can live up to 25 years!
Ants use scent trails or “pheromones” as a way to communicate with other ants in their colony.
All worker ants in a colony are female, while the male ants are usually winged and used for mating purposes only.
Ants are able to swim, and some species even make their own rafts out of tiny pieces of wood!
Ants have adapted to various climates and can be found on all seven continents (including Antarctica!)
Certain species of ant are capable of living in colonies with millions of members!