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A Guide on How to Identify Ant

Ants love to invade homes and businesses. Our ant control services are designed to find and eliminate ant colonies effectively. Bid farewell to ant trails and food contamination once and for all.


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How to Identify

A Guide on How to Identify Ant

Identifying an ant infestation early is crucial for effective management and control. This section outlines the key indicators of ant presence in and around your property, focusing on common signs and areas where ants are most likely to be found.

  • Look for trails of ants, especially near food sources, as ants typically follow set paths when foraging.
  • Inspect kitchen areas, countertops, and pantry shelves for ant scouts, particularly where sweet or greasy foods are stored.
  • Check for ant nests, which may appear as small piles of soil or dirt, in the yard, along walls, or under foundations.
  • Be aware of increased ant activity during warmer months or after rain, as this can indicate a nearby nest.
  • Examine moist areas such as under sinks, bathrooms, and around pipes for signs of moisture-loving ant species.
How to Identify

A Guide on How to Identify Ant

Maintaining an ant-free environment after addressing an infestation involves both vigilance and preventive measures. This section provides a checklist for ensuring the effectiveness of ant control efforts and strategies to prevent future invasions.

  • Seal entry points such as cracks in walls, gaps around windows and doors, and crevices in the foundation to prevent ants from entering.
  • Keep your kitchen and dining areas clean, promptly wiping spills and crumbs, and storing food in airtight containers.
  • Regularly dispose of garbage and keep outdoor trash bins sealed to avoid attracting ants.
  • Eliminate standing water and fix leaks to reduce moisture sources, which can attract certain ant species.
  • Use ant baits and non-repellent insecticides as part of an integrated pest management approach to control any emerging ant problems.
  • Conduct regular inspections of your property, especially in areas where ants were previously active, to detect and address any new activity promptly.
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We had a terrible problem with bugs. Just one visit made a world of difference. I recommend Todd highly. He gets the job done!

Joy Adams

Great response time checking out our home! Todd was very knowledgeable and confident in what steps we needed to take. Fair price too. So satisfied that we now have him handle out business too.

Matt Yates

Todd was a pleasure to work with! He was responsive, professional, and did a great job. I would recommend him for your extermination needs.

Leslie Smith

Amazing Customer Service! I called this morning and Todd was at my house by 1:30. He definitely saved the day!! He explained everything and answered all my questions! We will be using Marett Pest Control for all our pest issues.

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Amazing service! So easy to schedule and I know if there is an issue I could call but I haven't had to! Also loves that this company supports the community!

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