Ant Pest Control In Florida
ANTS ARE EVERYWHERE
Statistically, no matter where you are on the Earth (save the ocean perhaps), you’re never more than a stones throw from an ant.
There are just 6 ant species local to Florida of the 10,000 ant species from around the world.
These are: fire ants, carpenter ants, crazy ants, white footed ants, ghost ants and big headed ants.
Ant Pest Control Services In Florida
Ant Pest Inspection
If you see one ant, there’s a good chance there are many more you don’t see. Take seeing one as an indicator of their presence and use it to your advantage. We offer FREE ant inspections to all of our customers any time. Just give us a call and we’ll send a trained pest technician over as soon as possible. If we find nothing, you don’t pay a cent; if we do, we’ll help you on your way to pest freedom with our ant pest removal services.
Ant Pest Removal
Should our trained ant pest control technician determine your property has an ant infestation, we can start our ant pest removal services to ensure any ant on the property is either driven away or terminated. Note we do not consider any of our services complete until you are satisfied with our services and the ant problem has been removed completely. If the ant presence persists, we’ll come back at no extra charge to you.
Ant Pest Prevention
Whether an ant infestation in your home exists or not, it’s always easier to prevent a infestation than it is to remove an existing infestation. With out ant pest prevention services, we’ll create a protective barrier around your entire property, inside and out wherever ants could possibly enter. In addition, if you ever spot ants after we’ve been through, we’ll come back right away to remove them at no extra charge to you as well.
Common Ant Physiology
An ants body is made up of 3 sections, the head, the thorax and the abdomen.
The head, like most organisms on this planet, houses the mandibles (mouth), the sensory organs like the eyes and antennae and the processing center.
The thorax houses internal organs, but also acts as a attachment point for the legs.
Lastly the abdomen also houses internal organs and in some of the more dangerous ant species, it also houses the stinger.
Fun fact: many of the ants you see are actually female worker ants looking for food while males primarily stay within the nest to reproduce with the queen.
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