Tag: house ants

Finding the source of where ants are coming in

Ants crawling inside of home on the floor
Ants are generally going somewhere, and coming from somewhere. Instead of swiping them up, take your time to follow the train in both directions. Most likely, you’ll be able to find their food source — whether it’s a juice spill or a dirty spoon in the dishwasher — and where they’re... more
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House Ant Habits, Habitat and Threats

A1 Exterminators Odorous Ant Control
Habits Odorous house ants like to eat sweets and are especially fond of honeydew. They are known to move their nests every three months or so in response to rain. Habitat Indoors, odorous house ants nest near moisture sources, such as in wall voids near hot water pipers, in heaters, beneath... more
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Ants in the Home

Odorous house ants, are common home invaders in the spring. Sugar ants can be about 3 millimetres long or smaller, and are attracted to food. Moisture ants are larger than sugar ants, about 4 to 4.5 millimetres long, and usually show up when there is a problem with excess water. An infestation is... more
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Get Rid of House Ants in the Winter

By Mary Ylisela If you live in a climate where the temperatures get cold during the winter, you may have unexpected guests in your home when ants invite themselves in from the cold. Left alone to populate your home, ants may start in one room and end up all over the house. Getting rid of house ants... more
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