Pharaoh Ants

Pest Control, Extermination and Fumigation

Pharaoh Ants

Pest Control, Extermination and Fumigation

Pest Control, Extermination and Fumigation of Pharaoh Ant.

Pharaoh Ant color is Pale Yellow to Reddish and they are 2.0 – 2.1 mm long. These are among the smallest Ants that plague home owners of Mississauga. Despite being small they can be a big nuisance when Pharaoh Ant start appearing in large numbers. Pharaoh Ants would require almost negligible food in human context so even a clean home can become of interest to them. Small amounts of human skin shed in washrooms is quite attractive to Pharaoh Ants so you can never be to clean for them!

Pharaoh Ants prefer heated environments of human structures of residence and work more so than other species and they would feed on carbohydrates as well as fatty substances.

We specialize in getting rid of Pharaoh Ants using least intrusive methods. As well we offer a 7-months standard guarantee.

Pharaoh Ant

In the video below, you see ants consuming bait laced with insecticides that would reach back into their colony and exterminate it all!

Ultimate Insecticide Spray Application

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Pharaoh Ants Pest Control

Baits come in a Gel, Block or Granular form. Pest Control entails:

  • Firstly, establish Pharaoh Ants foraging and frequently accessed areas.

  • Next, we check Pharaoh Ants hiding spots and escape routes.

  • As well, any resources exploited by Pharaoh Ants throughout the property.

  • And, we plan deployment of Pharaoh Ants Bait.

  • Lastly, we show the client all the spots where the bait is placed for Pharaoh Ants.

A Bait Example Mice and Cockroach

Pharaoh Ants Extermination

The Mechanics of it.

  • Deployment of bait is not repulsive to Pharaoh Ants.

  • It takes a little while before Pharaoh Ants realize the presence of Bait that has been deployed.

  • Once, the palatability of bait is realized by Pharaoh Ants, they would readily consume it.

  • Some Pharaoh Ants may consume it more than once, hoard it or carry it back to nesting area for others.

  • And, in less than 5 weeks all Pharaoh Ants would have consumed the bait and have expired!

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