Indicators of an Ants Infestation ,How to Kill And Get Rid of Ants in your House

Ants are beneficial to the environment until they get in your home or buildings then they become  pests .Most of the ant damage and nuisance compliant calls are in city of bellevue, kirkland,Redmond,Mercer island,Sammamish,Issaquah,Medina,Yarrow point in washington  may be nesting outdoors and invading the house to find food.
It is not uncommon for colonies to establish satellite colonies indoors, while the main or parent colony remains outdoors.
Ant reproductive swarms from outdoor colonies may establish themselves in houses too.
It is important to locate the access points into the house and seal them. Ants often enter the house through door and window trim, holes around plumbing and wiring, etc.

Making it difficult to reach their food source will encourage the pests to look elsewhere for food.Seeing large numbers of winged ants in your house is often a clue that the nest is indoors.However, finding the nest can be quite difficult.Nests are commonly found in the following locations.
soil around or under the house, beneath sidewalks and driveways, along steps and foundations,under debris and rocks, in stumps or other damp, decayed wood, in trees, and in lawns.Some common nest locations include decaying structural timbers, attics, wall and floor voids,under sinks, behind cabinets, and many similar hard-to-reach places.

Ants require moisture to survive, so remove any decay in building.

— Home infestations are often traced to the lawn, so treating the lawn often solves the problem. A chemical barrier is a temporary but effective treatment if applied around the outside of the house.

— Foraging worker ants are quick to find crumbs, grease, food scraps and food in open or partly open containers. Keep the kitchen clean.

— Insecticides can get rid of ants indoors, but they don’t eliminate the root of the problem — the colony. If you use an insecticide indoors, buy one made for indoor use.

— Treating the trails that ants follow inside from their outdoor nest will often discourage them from coming in again. If you can find the trail, follow it to the nest and treat it with a labeled insecticide. Always read labels before using one of these products.

Slow-Acting Insecticides Allow Ants to be Taken Back to Colonies and are Most Effective for Eliminating Ants

The experts at Ants Control Exterminators give a look at one of the most effective for exterminating carpenter ants and other similar pests.

When considering if exterminator ants cost are worth it, there’s many things to consider. Are ants just a cosmetic problem or are they something that can really do damage to a home? The second is clearly the case. And that makes exterminating tiny ants, exterminating black ants or really any other ants something that needs to be taken very seriously. Taking them seriously means using the best and most effective means to get rid of them for good.

A spokesperson from ant control exterminators said on the subject, “We use slow acting insecticides to clear up ant problems. This allows the ants to carry them back to their colonies and eliminates the root of the problem at the source.”

 

Exterminating Ants the Professional Way

 

Exterminating flying ants, exterminating sugar ants and other ant species uses the same method. This is safe, affordable and gets the job done every time.

Other less professional means of trying to eliminate ants often lead to the problem remaining, when the colony of ants is left safe from any sort of quick acting insecticide that just kills the ants that have left the colony to look for food.

“Ants Control Exterminators used slow acting pesticides on my ant problem and it finally finished the ants off for good,” commented a recent customer. “I should have called the company first since I wasted too much time and money trying to get rid of the ants myself.”

The company recently posted an interesting YouTube video that reveals sugar ants and the problems they can cause.

 

For more information visit www.antscontrol.info or call (425)440 0966 for a free quote today!