What To Do If You Think You Have Ants In Your Mesa Home

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While we all welcome spring with open arms, this season also brings the return of dreaded ants. These pests are a nuisance, and some species can cause significant problems for your home and family. If you suspect an ant problem in your house, this guide is for you.

We’ll start by explaining why ants invade homes and reviewing the problems they can create for your household. We’ll also provide some simple DIY ant prevention tips to help deter them. Keep reading to learn more about effective ant control in Mesa with Pest Pros LLC.

Why Ants Invade Homes

Ant colonies contain thousands of ants that work together to provide for the needs of their nest mates. Worker ants leave the nest to search for necessary provisions like food, water, or shelter if the conditions outside become unfavorable. If they find what they are looking for inside your home, they leave a scent trail for the rest of the ants in the colony to follow.

Ant infestations can be challenging to eliminate, especially when dealing with a large colony or one nesting inside the house. If you have trouble getting rid of ants in your home, Pest Pros LLC is here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our ant control services or to request a free estimate.

How Some Ants Can Be More Than Just A Nuisance

Almost every type of ant that invades a home can cause problems other than being a general nuisance. The following list describes some of the issues that can come with an infestation:

  • Species like odorous house ants can contaminate food they get into and food prep surfaces.

  • Carpenter ants infest wood, weakening your home’s structural integrity over time.

  • When fire ants invade homes, they can become aggressive and sting multiple times.

  • Fire ants can damage electrical equipment, cause short circuits, and chew the insulation off wires, creating a fire hazard.

Pest Pros LLC is here to help you get rid of ants and protect your home and family from risky infestations. Contact us today to learn more about our services or to request a free estimate.

Six Simple Ways To Deter Ants On Your Own

Keeping ants out of your home involves work, but it is worth the trouble. Successfully deterring ants requires removing attractants in the house and yard and potential entryways that lead indoors. Here are six simple ant prevention tips you can start using right away:

  1. Seal cracks and openings on the exterior of your house and foundation.

  2. Repair moisture issues like standing water and leaking pipes.

  3. Keep the kitchen and eating surfaces clean, and avoid leaving dishes in the sink.

  4. Ensure tree branches and shrubs are cut back away from the house.

  5. Dispose of trash frequently into receptacles with secure lids.

  6. Store food in airtight glass, metal, or rigid plastic containers.

If ants continue to be a problem in your home, the experts at Pest Pros LLC are here to help. Contact us today to learn how our services will eliminate pest infestations in your home and prevent future infestations.

Professional Ant Control: Eliminate The Infestation

Store-bought ant control products are rarely enough to deal with an infestation, and some are hazardous to use around your family and pets. The safest and most effective way to eradicate these pests is to partner with a company that offers professional ant pest control services. Contact us today at Pest Pros LLC to learn more about our home pest control options or to request your free estimate.

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