Ants live in large colonies, so where there’s one, there are likely dozens more nearby. This means killing one won’t do you any good; you have to kill the entire colony to keep them from repeatedly returning. You can’t typically do this with ant-control products you buy from the store; a professional must locate and deal with the source of the problem.
Spring and early summer is when ants can really become a nuisance, they forage looking for a dry place to live during the rainy season. Also, swarming ants occur when newly mated female ants (queens) grow quickly and the arrival of the hatched ants within the colony creates the demand for resources to support the increased numbers. As a result, large groups of ants begin traveling out of the colony to forage for food to support the new ants.
Chaney controls ants by understanding their biology and behavior. We know when and how they’re most likely to invade your home.
Chaney Pest Elimination technicians will come into your home, inspect common areas that wasp and bees like to congregate, confirm the type of insect on your property and discuss an appropriate course of action. Contact us today. We keep the pests away! (719) 650-0246