Pavement Ants Removal

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Pavement ants are smaller than carpenter ants and usually will have their colonies outside of buildings and homes. They get this name since they usually build their colonies beneath or near paved areas like sidewalks and driveways. They are much smaller than carpenter ants and don’t threaten any structural damage. However, they can still be disruptive to a property and aggravating to deal with.

These ants are much smaller than carpenter and other ant species. Typically only about 1/8th of an inch, these small ants can enter through the smallest of spaces. They will enter your home in search of food to bring back to their colony, so any crumbs or food in unsealed containers will attract them.

Pavement Ant Infestation Risks

While pavement ants don’t chew through wood in your home like carpenter ants do, they are known to bite and sting humans when threatened. These bites and stings are small and won’t hurt much, but still annoying to endure. These ants can also contaminate food and spread bacteria and other germs throughout your house wherever they travel.

a large quantity of pavement ants on a brick wall

Preventing Pavement Ants

These ants will enter your home searching for food, so one of the best ways to prevent an infestation is to store food in sealed containers and sanitize the kitchen area. Since these ants are significantly smaller than other ant species, they can very easily squeeze through tight spaces to enter your home. Sealing up all possible entry points to your home will be beneficial in preventing any pavement ants from getting inside your property.

An exterminator spraying for pavement ant removal on a commercial property

Prevent Pest Control Pavement Ant Extermination

The extermination team at Prevent Pest Control will remove any ant infestation you might be struggling with. An ant infestation can be messy and difficult to fully exterminate, so make sure you call Prevent Pest Control to ensure your infestation is completely eradicated. Call us today or fill out our contact form to get started!

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