Seattle Ant Control is Ready and Waiting to Tackle “Ant Season” With Their Professional Expertise

The season has begun where ant problems raise to epidemic levels in the Seattle area.  Seattle Ant Control is ready and waiting to handle this problem efficiently and at an affordable price.

 

Little black sugar ants, big black ants, moisture ants.  They’re all here in Washington state and if they start to show themselves the sooner they are exterminated the better.  The last thing anyone needs is a small ant problem turning into a huge one.

 

That’s where Seattle Ant Control comes in.  The company are true experts that can clear up any ant (or other pest issues) before they get out of control.

A spokesperson from Seattle Ant Control commented, “Anyone who has lived in Seattle knows ants can be a real problem this time of year.  When you call us you know we’ll get the job done right the first time.  Our goal is total customer satisfaction!”

 

Seattle Ant Control can be counted on to provide quick, efficient and safe extermination services.  You never have to worry about the company not putting safety first.  When you set up and appointment you can rest assured your house or apartment are in expert hands.

 

This winning service has won the company excellent and enthusiastic feedback from their clients.

 

John Davis, who used the company to fight his house’s problem with black sugar ants, said, “I called Seattle Ant Control and they really answered all my questions and gave me a fair quote before they came.  Before I knew it they were in and out and my ant problem was totally gone.  Even their price was much lesser than the competition.  I’ll be back for more should I ever need another exterminator!”

 

The company’s exterminators are available seven days a week and come with photo ID’s to ensure the safety, security and comfort of Seattle Ant Control’s clients.  The exterminators are all employed from the local community and are skilled in all areas of pest control.

How to get rid of ants

  1. Clean up spills. By removing alternate food sources, you improve the effectiveness .
  2. Vacuum thoroughly. A small crumb is a feast to an ant.
  3. Store food in ant-proof containers or the refrigerator.
  4. Empty trash frequently.
  5. Keep the dishwasher closed or empty.
  6. Pick up pet food when your pet is finished eating.
  7. Rinse and store recyclable cans and bottles in ant-proof containers.
  8. When the Ant exterminators arrives, discuss the situation and provide detailed information on everywhere you are seeing or have seen ants.

For more information on the company or to schedule and appointment visit http://www.antscontrol.info or call 425-440-0966 for a quote.

Getting Rid of Small Black Ants Now Made Easier

Exterminators ant control treatment begins with a thorough inspection of your home & yard to identify conditions that may be condusive to ant activity. Then, your techinician will customize a protection plan to keep your home & property ant free year round.

Getting rid of small black ants requires knowledge of how they come to get in our homes or buildings However, from all the different types of ants, only five types are usually found in homes or buildings. While to a laymen, all these ants might look like small black ants, there is a world of difference in all these types of ants. The names of five of the most common species of ants are Carpenter ants, odorous house ants, pavement ants, sugar ants and little black ants. As all these ants have different traits and habits, the methods of extermination are also unique for each type of ants.pavement ants (sugar ants)

Little black sugar ants are one of the most common varieties of small black ants found in homes. These ants have long legs and antennae and they move at very fast pace. They are among the smallest ants in size and are only 1/16 to 1/8 inch long. They mostly nest outdoors, but sometimes they can also nest in the potted plants inside the home. The pavement ants are about 1/8 inch long and have narrow, parallel furrows on their heads and thorax. The odorous house ants are also 1/8 inch in size and they give out a unique odor which is similar to rotten coconuts. The acrobat ants have a heart shaped abdomen and they prefer to live in rotten wood or under the stones.

These ants are 1/16 inch in size which is the same as the crazy ants but the difference is that they are much slower than the crazy ants. Ant control Exterminators specialize in removing all these different kinds of ants from homes and offices. People often try spraying insecticides to get rid of ants when they are trying to do it on their own. However, this method is not very effective and it is not recommended as the chemicals can harm human beings and the ants might return after a while. We will help you in getting rid of ants completely and permanently by using the most effective pest removal techniques. Please browse through our website for more information or contact us today to know how we can help you in getting rid of all kinds of ants.

Ant control Exterminators strives to provide effective, reliable and ecologically safe pest exterminators services to their customers. They employ local professionals that are available seven days a week and will quickly get to your place and resolve the problem in a very quick time. All the employees of this company are uniformed and carry a photo ID to ensure your safety and security. Ant control Exterminators can help you get rid of ants, spiders, wasps, bees, hornets, rodents, termites, bed bugs, flies, roaches beetles, birds and fleas. They offer their services to homes, offices, restaurants and even multi-housing properties. For further information please visit http://www.antscontrol.info/

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Why do ants come to my house in the summer?

Ants invade homes and other structures in search of food, water, and shelter. Therefore, effective ant management needs to be a combination of control methods that involve inspection, sanitation and exclusion, habitat modification.
It is important to check carefully and thoroughly both indoors and outside to determine areas of ant activity, nest locations, and type of ant present. Indoors, follow ant trails to locate their entry point such as an electrical outlet or gap along a baseboard or around a water pipe. Outside, check the foundation, walkways, trees and shrubs, and in mulched areas for ant trails. Look for nests in mulch and vegetation next to the foundation. Check under potted plants, patio blocks, and stepping stones, and in piles of rocks, lumber, and firewood. Inspect the foundation to find possible ant entryways such as areas where pipes enter the building, foundation cracks, and around doors and windows. If swarmers were found indoors, then you could very easily have an indoor infestation, e.g., in a wall void, in the crawlspace or in the ceiling. In those situations, a careful inspection of the crawlspace may also be needed.
Ants are attracted indoors to food and water sources. Make your home less attractive to ants by keeping it as clean as possible. Clean up any food spills and crumbs as quickly as possible. Rinse all food and drink containers thoroughly before placing them into trash or recycling bins. Remove food debris from your sink after washing dishes and cookware, and clean out strainers that collect food particles in sinks drains. Store food in air-tight containers or keep refrigerated. If possible, do not leave pet food out continuously. Frequently, ants enter homes in search of moisture. Check both interior and exterior water sources for leaks. “Ant-proof” your home by sealing up any gaps, cracks, or holes around windows, doors, and foundations.