Ants in your home

Ants in your home kitchen or bathroom can be very frustrating. Warmer weather can bring ants into your home in search of food. Ants can locate the smallest food particles that may be left behind on a kitchen floor or counter. This is due to having 5 times more odor...

Red Fire Ants after the rain

I knew it was just a matter of time. First Puxatawny Phil didn’t see his shadow. Then the rain came. Now, the inevitable red fire ants have started to surface. During the cold winter months, fire ants will head below ground for warmth, but with the temperature slowly...

Ants in your home

Ants. Large, small whatever the type, I just want them out of my house. While most ants tend to nest outside, underground, some ant species have been known to nest in walls and other interior areas of your home near plumbing/water sources. I’ve tried very hard to...

Lurking pests are ready for Spring!

Don’t let this late cold snap fool you. For those of us in the South with bursts of extreme changes in temperatures, sometimes within the same week, we tend to get rodents, insects and other pests almost year-round. Be ready for them by seasonally checking around your...

Unwanted Visitors- Fire Ants

The heavy, consistent rain has brought to the surface fire ant mounds almost overnight. The saturated soil has forced them to build above ground making simply walking in your yard a not so fun game of “tiptoe and avoid the ants”. Many of us remember as kids poking...

Argentine Ants

Argentine Ants have received considerable academic attention for their invasive behavior in Mediterranean climates. Although Argentine Ants exist mainly in the southern, coastal regions of the US, the Argentine Ant is considered one of the world’s worst 100 invaders;...
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