Ant Pest Control Services
Dealing with ant issues in North Georgia? An occasional ant inside your home, business, or building is to be expected, but if they are regularly seen inside then they need to be addressed. We are here to help in any way possible, whether that means a simple phone call to answer your questions or you making use of our Pest Control Service! Whether its ants in your kitchen, ants in your house, or ants in your yard…no matter the species or the location, we have got you covered. Our Pest Control Service area extends as far south as Alpharetta, Cumming, Duluth, Johns Creek, Marietta or Milton, and as far north as Blue Ridge, Dawsonville, Ellijay, and Gainesville!
The Ideal Pest Control Service
We Hear You
You need someone that listens to you and identifies every issue possible. That knows to ask the right questions and document your concerns. Not only do we want to solve your current problem with ants, but we also want to solve and prevent your issues with any other pest.
You need a thorough inspection from ‘Top to Bottom, Inside and Out’. For most home and property owners, it is impossible to be aware of everything that is going on all the time. So WE are your eyes and ears, from creepy crawlspaces to ominous attics! We travel where you would rather not to get the ‘big picture’.
Afterward, you need a plan. To understand what exactly is going on, why it is happening, what can be done about it and most importantly, how to prevent any such issue in the future. Clear communication as to what results can be delivered and when to expect them.
Finally, you need your problems solved effectively and efficiently. We use every tool at our disposal to ensure this. This means not relying only on our chemical products but also using traps, repellents, bait, habitat modification, and exclusion recommendations.
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OUR AFFORDABLE BI-ANNUAL INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
When it comes to household pest control the usual options people have to choose between are Monthly, Bi-Monthly (Once every other month), and Quarterly (Once every three months) service intervals. Monthly is the most expensive program providing the greatest of control, with the cost and effectiveness being reduced with the Bi-Monthly and Quarterly choices. However, there is another option that we specialize in that is the best when it comes to balancing effectiveness and cost and that is our Bi-Annual Pest Control Service.
With our Bi-Annual Pest Control Service, we have had to study extensively and train ourselves with the longest-lasting non-repellent, most effective and most expensive products on the market. The way we balance that cost is with the need to only stop by twice a year to reassess and reapply our products. This saves you, and us, a lot of time and money due to the reduced need for extra visits and the lifespan and effectiveness of our products that we use.
Basic Ant Info
Ants form ‘groups’ that can range in size from a few dozen predatory individuals to highly organized colonies that can occupy large territories and have millions of individuals. Most larger colonies consist of various castes of workers, soldiers, some fertilized males (Drones) and one or more fertile females (Queens). Colonies are described as super-organisms because the ants appear to operate as a unified entity, working together to support the colony. They have a division of labor, communication between individuals and an ability to solve complex problems.
Because of how well they thrive, ants have colonized almost every landmass on Earth. The only places lacking are a few remote or inhospitable islands and Antarctica. On a global scale, they are incredibly beneficial, but when it comes to our homes and properties they are not. The presence of ants can be undesirable for many reasons, affecting your health and comfort by spreading harmful bacteria and they can have painful bites or stings. They can enter your structure seeking food, water, shelter or all of the above! And due to their size and metabolic requirements, it can be difficult to eliminate these sources.
The adaptive natures of ant colonies can make eliminating them VERY difficult, and if not done right, most efforts tend to be temporary solutions. Often a combination of methods is the most effective approach using: