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Regardless of how much you do to keep your home nice and clean, there is little that can be done to prevent all of the pests from coming in and taking over your space. Ants make their presence known by trouncing all over your counters and inside of your food pantry. No one wants to eat food where an ant has made their home. Stop allowing the ants to run your life. It's up to you to take the first step in eliminating the ants by calling upon Killroy Pest Control.
No one should have to deal with a bunch of pests inside of their home, regardless of how small that pest might be. Ants end up starting off with one or two and quickly turning into hundreds of them in a relatively short amount of time. Get rid of your ant problem and take control of your home by calling upon the professionals to come out and get to work.
Getting rid of ants for good is not an easy task. While you can buy inexpensive treatments at the store, they do not do the job properly and a few days later the ants are back in twice the amount they were before. If you use an exterminator such as Killroy, who is experienced in ant treatment, then you will be guaranteed to not have them come back. They use an innovative product that keeps them from returning.
While there are plenty of different businesses you can turn to for your pest control problem, only one is going to give you the level of care and professionalism that this family owned business can. At Killroy, the team has been working to help people in the area just like you since 1956. Homeowners, business owners and schools can all use the services of this one company who can handle your pest problems today.
Carpenter Ants are some of the largest ants that you may encounter around your Bay Area home. They prefer to create their colonies inside of wood and excavate the wood for nesting space. Frequently, a colony of Carpenter Ants will leave little piles of sawdust or "frass" beneath areas in which they are actively working as they expand the cavities where they will live and create channels for movement. While they do not actually consume wood as food, they can be a nuisance and eventually cause significant damage. Treatment involves an inspection of all the active areas, as well as the environment around the infested structure, as they can move great distances from the main colony, moving mostly at night.