What do we do against ants?
We figure out what type of ant is on your property ,depending on the type of ant and the place where the colony is located we place bait, fumigate or fog your property, or we can spray our special anti-ants solution directly into the colony we can make a return visit to inspect if the whole colony is gone and take measures
Why do you have ants?
Ants are social insects, forming colonies, operating as a unified entity, working together to support the colony. Ant colonies consist of queens who are the reproductive function of the colony and can be distinguished as the largest ant in the colony; female sterile workers, who gather food, build tunnels defend the colony and the males whose sole purpose is to mate with the queens. Ants can enter through the tiniest cracks, seeking food and water, most commonly in kitchens and storeroom areas.
Ants are found all over the world, from the hottest deserts to the wonderful island Bali. We can find them in our backyards, in our homes, and even in our workplaces. Ants live in colonies and a single colony may have over a million ants. There are several different types of ants. Some of the better-known varieties are the army ants, driver ants, honeypot ants, weaver ants, leafcutter ants, fire ants, silver ants and bulldog ants.
Common Types of Ants.
Black House Ants
White-Footed Black House Ant
Leave Ant Control to Your Pest Terminators technician.
Whilst we treat and control all types of ants, the most common ones are shown above. We have a range of specific ant treatments, all using registered products to suit the relevant species and infestation type.
- Liquid application
- Granular ant baits
- Ant bait stations
- Ant’s Gel Bait
Ants infestations cause aesthetical concerns and damage to and around properties. Ants can cause contamination to food products and sterile areas. You never know where the ant has been before he runs over your food or other items. If only for this reason it is important to protect your business, home and your food supplies against ants.