Tag: ant exterminator
How Can Homeowners Tell The Difference Between Carpenter Ant Workers That Nest In Structural Lumber, And Those That Merely Pose A Nuisance Within Homes?
Many pest management professionals say that carpenter ants are the most difficult native ant pests to control, and there are several valid reasons for this claim. For one thing, most carpenter ant infestations see workers establish one or more nests within inaccessible indoor spaces where they cannot be readily detected or treated. These spaces include…Read More
Can Carpenter Ant Workers Establish Nests In Dry Indoor Areas, And Do Workers Prefer To Nest In Moist Wood?
Like most indoor ant pests, carpenter ants are capable of establishing multiple nests within homes and buildings. However, unlike most indoor ant pests, some carpenter ant pest species are known for excavating nesting galleries within moist structural wood components. In Georgia, the two primary carpenter ant pest species that nest within woodwork are commonly known…Read More
The Invasive Dark Rover Ant Is Becoming A More Common House Pest In Georgia
Several non-native ant species have established an invasive habitat in Georgia where they currently cause frustration to homeowners throughout the state. Some of these invasive ant species include red-imported fire ants, Asian needle ants, Tawny crazy ants, and Argentine ants. Another invasive ant species, Brachymyrmex patagonicus, has been a growing problem for both homeowners and…Read More
Argentine Ants Are One Of The Most Commonly Managed Ant Pests In Georgia Where They Enter Homes All Year Round
Ants are one of the most common and annoying insect pests, invading our yards, sidewalks, parks, and homes. There are ants invading our lives every day of our lives. They seem to show up in our homes as long as they can find even the tiniest crumb of food. Argentine ants are one of the…Read More
Which Residential Areas In Georgia Are Carpenter Ant Pests Most Abundant
Carpenter ants are well known for their habit of infesting structural wood within homes. Unlike termites, carpenter ants do not consume wood; instead, carpenter ants use their strong mandibles solely to excavate nesting galleries within structural wood, causing infested lumber to weaken and possibly snap under pressure. The most destructive species of carpenter ant in…Read More