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Ants in Colorado

Ant Extermination

Ants are the dominant group of insects most closely related to wasps and bees. Ants are found in nearly every part of the world. In Colorado, there are there are 178 different species of ants.  Yes, you read that correctly, 178. Though some ants are more common than others, you may be familiar with a few by their common names: fire ants, sugar ants and army ants to name a few.  Ants range in size, from 1.5 inches long all the way down to 1/16th of an inch. Ants can be some of the most annoying pests and definitely some of the most resilient. Ants can be almost impossible for a typical home or business owner to exterminate on their own. Many over-the-counter products can actually cause ants to increase their reproduction.

How Ants Get Inside

Of all insects, ants seem to be able to work their way inside better than any others. Since many of them are smaller than 1/2 inch, any crack or crevice around the foundation will allow them easy access. They are also subterranean, meaning they live underground, and dig their way underneath or around foundational dividers. Although sealing visible holes and cavities is a good idea to keep ants out, as well as all other pests, normally this method needs to be used along with other methods. Yard work and construction can aggravate ant colonies causing them to move inside your home.  Keeping a clean yard with firewood stacked somehwere other than next to your home will help keep ants outside.   Also, make sure food is cleaned up and the especially the on the floor. Eliminating the ants’ food source will help keep their reproduction numbers at a minimum.

What King Pest Professionals Do To Get Rid Of Ants

Upon arrival at your home or business, a King Pest technician will first perform a thorough inspection to identify where the ants are coming from. Advice will be given on what habitat conditions are leading to the infestation. Interior baits may be necessary and applied to the correct areas. An interior crack and crevice treatment may also be necessary, as well as a wall injection treatment behind electrical outlet faceplates. On the outside, we may need to apply a protective barrier treatment to stop future ants from working their way in. We are prepared to take care of the problem regardless of the level of ant activity.  Once ants are under control, we recommend continuing with further preventive treatments to keep ants at bay. If you are noticing ant activity inside your home, please give us a call today for a free evaluation.

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