Ants have been around as long as dinosaurs, and have conquered nearly every part of the globe. There are 10 quadrillion ants on the planet in comparison to approximately 7 billion humans. This means that ants currently outnumber humans 1.5 million to one! Every ant is a member of a colony, and each colony acts as a close-knit community, relying on scout ants to locate food sources. When one ant arrives – there are always hundreds following closely behind.
For this reason, it’s crucial to completely eliminate each and every ant that appears in your home. Failure to do this properly may result in an infestation of the whole colony.
Ant Inspection and Elimination
Here at Canady’s, we use a three-step process of inspection, elimination, and long-term prevention in order to expel the threat of ant infestations. First, our team will inspect your premises for all signs of ant activity and possible entry points. Once the source of the infestation is identified, we’ll determine the best course of action for successful elimination. When a pest management plan has been determined, we will thoroughly eliminate all ants from your premises.
Our ant prevention doesn’t end after elimination. Canady’s will partner with you to ensure long-term ant prevention. Even if there are no signs of existing ants in your home, it is crucial to understand the necessary precautions needed to keep these pests away. Make sure all leftovers are covered and put away, food spills are thoroughly cleaned, and counters and table-tops are free of minuscule food particles. Additionally, trim back all vegetation near the affected building, particularly larger bushes or shrubs that are in contact with your home or building.
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Partnering with Canady’s
We want to partner with you to thoroughly expel the threat of ants from your home. We believe in putting the client’s needs above all else, and our technicians will go above and beyond to ensure that you are receiving the best pest control services possible. Partnering with Canady’s allows you to focus on what you do best – and leave the pests to us.