Pest Control

Ant Removal & Extermination


Ant Pest Control Services

Ant infestations in US households are a common problem. Ants are attracted to food sources, moisture, and shelter, and will often enter homes in search of these things. Infestations are often difficult to get rid of, as ants are able to spread rapidly and can be hard to track. In order to get rid of an ant infestation, it is important to identify the species of ant, locate their nests and food sources, and use appropriate ant control methods. Depending on the severity of the infestation, professional pest control services may be necessary.

At Insectall, we understand how annoying and disruptive ant infestations can be. We offer comprehensive ant control services to help eliminate ant infestations and keep your home or business safe and comfortable. Our experienced team of pest control professionals will inspect your property and determine the best course of action to eliminate the problem. We use a combination of insecticides and baits to target the specific species of ant and eradicate the infestation. Our team will also provide advice on prevention, such as sealing cracks and crevices around the property and eliminating areas of moisture.

Insectall is committed to helping our customers get rid of ant infestations with safe and effective solutions. We take pride in providing the highest quality of service and strive to exceed customer expectations. We believe in using environmentally friendly products and techniques to ensure the safety of our customers and the environment. We are dedicated to providing the best ant control services to our customers and will work hard to ensure a successful and long-lasting solution.


Ant Facts

Ants are social insects and live in colonies.

Ants can lift up to 10 times their own body weight.

Ants have been around for over 100 million years.

There are over 12,000 species of ants.

Ants have two stomachs – one to store food for themselves and one to store food for other ants.

Ants have a complex communication system using chemicals and touch.

Ants have a complex communication system using chemicals and touch.

Ants can live up to 30 years.

Ants don’t have ears, but they can feel vibrations in the ground.

Ants don’t have lungs, but they breathe through holes in their body.

Ants don’t have eyes, but they can detect light and motion.


Signs of a Ant

Seeing ants around food sources such as pantries, cupboards, and countertops.

Noticing trails of ants in the home.

Tiny piles of frass (sawdust-like material) or discarded wings.

Moist areas with ant activity.

Seeing ants entering and exiting cracks and crevices in walls or floors.

Sweet or rotten odors coming from walls or floors.

Discolored or blistered wood in areas where ants are present

Unexplained holes in the walls or floors.

Damage to wooden furniture or other wooden items.

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Tips and Tricks on how to Keep Ant Away

Clean up food, grease, and other spills as soon as possible.

Seal cracks and crevices around the house, especially around windows and doors, to prevent ants from entering.

Use ant-proof containers to store food.

Place ant baits around the house to kill ants.

Keep the outside area of your home clean and free from clutter.

Store garbage in containers with tight fitting lids.

Trim trees, shrubs and plants away from the house to deny ants access to the walls and foundation.

Use caulk or other sealants to close up any cracks or crevices that may be used by ants to enter your home.

Remove any standing water or moisture sources in or around the home.