Ants are the world's biggest animal group; and they live in Wisconsin. In our location, there are five or six species that are extremely vexing. The Carpenter Ant is the most crucial to keep an eye out for. These may wreak havoc on the structural integrity of your house or company. This far north, we do not have Fire Ants. One little advantage of our extremely frigid winters.
Here’s what we do:
We have been treating homes and businesses for almost two decades for all varieties of ants. We are aware of the treatments that work and those that do not. Additionally, we know which pesticides have been proved to be the most effective and safest to use in your house.
The Carpenter Ant is the most critical ant to correctly identify, as they may inflict structural damage. The majority of other ant species in our region are just vexing. Once we determine whatever species of ant we are working with, the answer is typically quite simple.
The objective is to eliminate the entire nest, not just the ants visible. Our therapy strategies are directed at this area. To do this, we employ a mix of highly targeted pesticide spray and pesticide bait. Both are returned to the nest, where they eliminate all ants, including the queen.
Our objective is to exterminate the nest as soon as feasible. Depending on the location of the nest and the egg hatching cycle, it may take up to three months to determine whether the nest is dead. Throughout this time period, we must inspect the bait monthly to ensure it remains fresh.
To ensure that ants do not infest or re-infest the property in the spring, as soon as the snow melts, we can treat once. This will deter ants for a whole year.
Once our professional verifies that the nest has been destroyed, we can guarantee that ants will not return for the duration of the year. If the ants return, we return and treat the nest until it dies.
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About Prompt Action.
Serving Northern Wisconsin since 1989, Prompt Action Pest Control is a family owned and operated professional pest control company.