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How to Kill Ants Easily

Ants are probably one of the most common pest control problems a homeowner may face. Fortunately, it is also among the easiest to handle on a do-it-yourself basis. When launching a battle against an ant invasion, you have many weapons available to use in killing your foes. When deciding how to kill ants, there are […]

Choosing the Right Carpenter Ant Killer

Carpenter ants can be both annoying and destructive. They can cause damage to wood—an infestation left untreated or undetected can quickly cause serious damage to the wooden structures of your home. A carpenter ant infestation can grow with amazing speed, so you want to take immediate action at the first sighting of carpenter ants. To […]

Advantages of Using Ant Bait

Dealing with ants is certainly no picnic, as any ant-plagued homeowner can attest. Ants are not only annoying, but they can also cause damage to wood any other parts of your property. You need a solution that will quickly and efficiently solve your ant infestation problem, in a way that is safe for you and […]

Benefits to Using Animal Traps, Part V: Rodent Trap

Rodent traps come in the form of glue boards, traps and live animal traps. They are very effective in getting rid of rodents of all sizes: mice, rats, squirrels, beavers, gophers, etc. Benefits of using a rodent trap One of the greatest benefits of using a rodent trap is that you can use them virtually […]

Benefits to Using Animal Traps, Part IV: Squirrel Trap

Squirrels are mostly known for their cute little faces and their need to steal nuts, however, in certain parts of the country they are known as pests. Squirrels are notorious for eating seeds, nuts, berries, and some crops. Some species can live under ground while most common species live in trees either in wholes or […]

How to Kill Ants Successfully without an Exterminator

Ants are one of the biggest nuisances in the pest world. You can get them easily and it is hard to get rid of them. Also, because of their size the can fit through or into almost anything. Imagine opening up your pantry to an ant infestation. Unfortunately, that’s not an uncommon thing; it’s normally dark and there are plenty of snacks to go around. When your home is affected by ants you want to get rid of them as quickly as possible without too much hassle. ePest Solutions can help! Along with our top of the line, professional products, we offer many different tools to teach you how to kill ants once and for all.

Eradicate your Ant Problem with Professional Grade Ant Bait

When your home is affected by ants it can be very difficult to get rid of them; many people have ongoing problems with ants. This can get very frustrating and can cost you a lot of time and money. Up until recently people have had to rely on “over the counter” products or on exterminators to help them with their pest issues; however, with ePest Solutions we offer you professional grade, do it yourself products that can help you get rid of ants and many other pests. We offer a large variety of ant control products, one of the most common being ant bait.

How To Kill Ants, Part 2

In our last blog we talked about the first step in how to kill ants: identifying the type of ant that you’re dealing with. Today we’ll talk about the second step to kill ants, which is choosing the right type of product to kill whichever type of any you have.

How to Kill Ants, Part 1

There are about 570 species of ant in the United States. But of those, fewer than 30 species may regularly infest homes and other buildings, and only ten species are considered major pests. Here, we’ll discuss the seven most common types of ants – you’ll need to identify the type of ant you’re dealing with in order to learn how to kill ants effectively.

A Quick Tutorial on How to Kill Ants

With over 12,000 species of ants on this planet, it is easy to see why so many people have problems with them and want to learn how to kill ants as soon as they spill a little sugar and forget to wipe it up. They like sweets and they like to hang out in your garden. The ones you need to take care of right away are carpenter ants. They can eat their way through a wooden fence or even through your home.

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