Find out what flying ants are, how you can identify them, and why they come into your home. Also, learn what to do when you find them.
Get answers to five of the most common questions about ants.
Do you know why you are finding ants in your dishwasher? Find out the reason and some things you can do to kick them out of your kitchen and home.
Ants are found all over the world, but in Pennsylvania you’re most likely to deal with an infestation from carpenter ants, odorous house ants, or pavement ants. Here’s more about the three most prevalent types of ants in Pennsylvania.
Ants are annoying, yes. But they’re actually quite interesting (when they’re not infesting your house). Here are a few fascinating facts about ants.
Carpenter ants are wood-boring insects that can cause major damage to wooden objects, homes, or structures. Read here to learn if these destructive pests are uninvited guests in your home and how to prevent an infestation.
Are ants taking over your kitchen? Do you feel like your house is on an ant hill? Have you tried EVERYTHING you could find on the internet to get rid of them? We get more calls for ants…
Black ants can invade your home overnight if you’re not careful. These pesky pests are easy to identify. There are a number of ways to kill them, so try to spring into action at the first sighting. Learn here about how to get rid of black ants.
Want to fight off pests without harming your family and pets with dangerous chemicals? Learn here about using diatomaceous earth as an insecticide. This non-toxic powder kills insects on contact to safely reduce infestations in your home and garden.
While it’s still cold out, many pests – especially mosquitoes and other biting pests – tend to die out or hibernate. Unfortunately, there are still many pests that like to invade in winter, and it’s important that you take the necessary steps to stay safe.