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St. George Pest Control, Cockroach Control and Termite Control

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St. George Ant Pest Control

Do you have a problem with ants in your home or at your place of business in St. George?

Identifying an Ant Infestation

Ants are easy to recognize and can be difficult to eliminate once they have invaded a location. Attracted to any form of food, ants will invade and contaminate food supplies quickly. In addition, ants are an unsightly nuisance to property owners in St. George.

Ants form colonies headed by a queen and her workers. They develop quickly into large nests formed along the openings and crevices of a property. The Bundy Pest Control team are trained to treat ants in St. George and surrounding areas.

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The Most Common Types of Ants

  • Big Headed Harvester Ant
  • Field Ant
  • Argentine Ant
  • Pavement Ant
  • Carpenter Ants

Avoiding the food supply and preferring wood instead, carpenter ants look for moist areas and chew away at wood and other structural components including electrical cables!! Small piles of sawdust almost always indicate the presence of carpenter ants that systematically make their way through a home or business to cause significant damage.

To learn more about ant infestations and how to get eliminate them safely from your St. George location, contact Bundy Pest Control for a free assessment.

Ant Facts and Tips

  • Keep foods tightly sealed and wrapped and clean up any crumbs or spills promptly.
  • Keep pet food dishes out only at mealtime.
  • Ants leave pheromone trails when foraging for food which allows them to keep track of where they've been and ensures that they do not waste time searching the same area.
  • Caulk and seal any visible cracks and crevices.
  • An Ant can lift 20 times its own body weight making it a very persistent and determined pest.
  • Some queen ants can live for years and produce literally millions of offspring.
  • When the queen dies a colony does not normally survive. Worker ants cannot reproduce.
  • A colony will pick up and move quickly if they are severely threatened.
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