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With the weather warming up, it means more and more critters are going to make their way into your home. From bees to wasps, ants and more, they end up invading your home and making it their own private playpen. Don't allow the ants to take over your food supply. Do something about it by calling upon the team of experts at Killroy Pest Control today.
Ant problems are not only unpleasant, but they are also detrimental to your home and food. These pesky critters come in and take over your space like they own the joint. Once they get into your space, you have to take action to get them out. If they get into your food, you have no other option but to throw the food away. You are essentially throwing money down the drain. Don't let that happen to you. Do something about it today to prevent additional damage from happening.
Even though you might think a little spray and a few ant traps can take care of your ant problem, it isn't that simple. You need to take things to the next level. By stepping things up, you can make sure the ants don't keep coming back time and time again. At Killroy Pest Control, the team uses an approach that not only eliminates the pests right now, but it also prevents them from coming back and taking over your home again. Prevention is the key; Killroy can help.
Putting your trust in someone you have never met can be frightening, especially when it comes to handling a pest problem. After all, you don't want to pay a fortune and get zero results. Since 1956, Killroy has been helping schools, business owners and homeowners with their pest problems. Being a family owned business, Killroy has only your best interest at heart.
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.