Checkout our new video on how to control carpenter ants: Carpenter ant control may seem like something to difficult to tackle as a DIYier, but you can do it, with the right products and the right application getting rid of carpenter ants is easier than 1, 2, 3.
Now that fall is here and the temperatures are getting cooler, all kinds of bugs and insects are looking for a warm place to spend the winter (or just a few days). The best way to keep them out of your house is to not give them a chance to get in. Take a slow […]
Kit contains: Advance Dual Choice Ant Bait Stations Advance 388B Tip and Plunger Advance 388B Ant Gel: Advance 388 B Ant Gel Bait Controls Ants (Including, Acrobat, Allegheny, Argentine, Bigheaded, Cornfield, Crazy, Ghost, Harvester, Little Black, Odorous House, Pavement, Pharaoh, Pyramid, White footed, Thief and Honey). INDOOR: Apply gel indoors in areas where ants are […]
How it Works Advance Carpenter Ant Bait Ant Killer can be used outdoor pest control product as a broadcast application around and close to the perimeter of the structure (8oz. per 1/2 acre), or on the interior inside wall voids or in areas where ants forage. Do not use in areas that have been treated […]
Voted the number one nuisance in America in a recent survey conducted by the National Pest Management Association, ants are one house guest we could all live without, and not surprisingly, since there are over 700 species of ants in America, we all have experienced an ant problem at one time or another. Therefore, learning how to kill ants and effectively remove them from our homes is wise.
one of the newest and most effective solution your pest control needs to tackle the most common unwanted pests that invade your home, such as ants, spiders, cockroaches and more.
It’s no surprise that insects can be determined, resourceful and downright clever creatures—traits that serve them well when they need to survive in less than ideal conditions. But new research has uncovered a fascinating technique that allows ants (or at least a certain type of them) to survive even during a flood.
You likely have never had any interest in studying a colony of ants (or any reason to even consider doing so). But if you ever did, you might occasionally find a colony with some unusual residents who don’t seem to belong with the rest.
Ants are one of the most common insect issues that can plague homeowners. Fortunately, this is also among the easiest issues to handle on your own.
Seems like groceries are more expensive than ever these days. According to USA Today, the cost of feeding a family of four a healthy diet costs between $146 and $289 a week on average. That’s not chump change—and you want to make sure you get the most out of every dollar you spend. Unfortunately, since most people don’t enjoy the prospect of eating food that has been snacked on by ants, an ant infestation can be very costly in terms of discarded food that is otherwise perfectly fine.