Keep Ants Out Of Your Northern Massachusetts & Southern New Hampshire Home
One of the benefits of living in New England is that it gives us a reprieve from the pests that come out in the warmer months despite winter being long and cold. One of those pests is the tiny ant. Although there are several common species of ants in Northern Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire, species such as pavement ants, carpenter ants, and sugar ants are the most likely ones to make their way into your house.
Pavement ants and sugar ants are more of a nuisance than anything, getting into your cupboards and contaminating your food stores. However, carpenter ants are destructive pests that chew tunnels through the wooden elements in your home. Regardless of whether they are a nuisance or a serious problem when ants get into your house, you want to get them out, but this is easier said than done. Ants can find the tiniest of openings to make their way inside and are often undeterred by the traps or baits you buy in the store.
If you have ants getting into your house, contact Master Mosquito Control. Our ant control services in Hampstead, Salem, Reading, and other parts of New Hampshire and Massachusetts will end your ant problems, and we back them with our commitment to full customer satisfaction.
Our Ant Control Process
When you contact Master Mosquito Control for our ant control services, we’ll gather some information from you and provide you with a quote for our services right over the phone. We’ll then schedule a date and time to visit your home and perform the treatment.
Our ant control is an exterior treatment that surrounds your home. We will not need to access the inside of your house. We will apply a minimum two-foot border on and around the perimeter of your foundation, under decks, and wherever we believe ants may enter your home using both liquid spray or granular products. Once this is complete, we’ll also spray around window and door frames.
With this treatment, any ant that crosses either into or out of your house will be affected, and the treatment will eventually eliminate the colony.