Live Free From Ants
From Black Ants To Fire Ants... We Take Care Of Them All.
The National Pest Management Association reports that these are the most common and worrisome pests for US homeowners. During the summer months in South Carolina, black ants hunt for crumbs and any food or water they may be able to find in and outside of your home. Fire ants, and other types, may sting or bite; while carpenter ants may attack and damage your home directly. The most common species are the acrobat, argentine, odorous house and red fire ants. Without pest control services, each of these type of insects find different ways to damage your home, yard and food source.
We are here to help! Performing an inspection of your home and your yard is the first step to gaining control over an ant infestation.
At Home Pest Control, we start with finding the source where ants enter your home as they look for food. We’ll then find where the ant colony has taken hold, and nested. This could be inside walls, under your foundation, or in the yard in grass, dirt or stumps. We will eliminate the colony with a safe, eco-friendly ant or fire ant killer.
Help Prevent An Infestation
Our pest extermination services will help prevent ants from coming back, but preventing an infestation starts with you. Here are some tips, that along with our services, can help you keep these pests from invading your home:
- Cleaning up crumbs and spills right away
- Making sure garbage bags are sealed and kept away from the home
- Keeping food packages closed after opening
- Repairing any holes or gaps in window and door screens
- Eliminating any standing water and excessive moisture around the foundation of your home
- Calling Home Pest Control Company at the first sign of infestation
While ants may be small, they make up for their size in numbers! The best way to treat them is to prevent them from getting established in the first place.
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