Carpenter Ant

$250.00 Initial Treatment
$100.00 per Quarterly Treatment

60 Day Guarantee

Carpenter Ants are among the largest ants in the United States ranging in size from 3.4 to 13 mm long. The most common color is black but some species have a reddish or yellowish combination. Carpenter Ants do not eat wood as termites do, but instead remove wood and deposit the debris outside of their nests in small piles. If treated early, structural damage to buildings and houses can be avoided. However, these ants could cause extreme damage if they continue to be undiscovered for a period of time.  Call us today if you suspect you may have a Carpenter Ant infestation!

Acrobat Ant

$175.00 Initial Treatment

$100.00 per Quarterly Treatment

60 Day Gauarantee

Acrobat Ants can be found either outdoors or indoors with great frequency in each case. Outdoors, acrobat ants are usually arboreal, but they often live in many common areas in the wild. These areas are typically moist and are often dark. They can often be found in trees, collections of wood (like firewood), and under rocks. Indoors, nests have been found inside homes around electrical wires.[ These locations are often very near large food supplies and may be around other ant nests.

Odorus Ant

$175.00 Initial Treatment

$100.00 per Quarterly Treatment

60 Day Guarantee

Odorous Ants are small black or brown ants that measure from 2.4 to 3.3 mm in length. They prefer to feed on sweet foods but will also feed on meats and grease. Because odorous house ants tend to forage inside homes, they can easily contaminate food supplies. Odorous house ants do not sting or bite, but they can become persistent pests, traveling indoors in large number

Pavement Ant

$145.00 Initial Treatment

$95.00 per Quarterly Treatment

60 Day Guarantee

Pavement Ants are light brown to black and are about 2.5 to 3 mm long. Pavement ants will feed on a wide variety of foods, including meats, grease, live and dead insects, and seeds. They prefer to eat greasy foods, and can eat foods that are consumed by humans.  Pavement ant workers enter houses to forage and can become a nuisance when large groups infest a kitchen or garden patio. They can sting and bite. Their nests can be hard to locate so it is best to call a pest control professional to manage an infestation.