How to Get Rid of Ants

What You Need to Know About Ants in Your House

Ant in HomeWinter, spring, summer or fall. Seasons really do not matter to an ant. They will find away into your home. They will find the smallest of cracks and breach your defense of pepper sprays and other home remedies. They are relentless and very will organized.

Here are some of the most common reasons you might discover ants in your home.

Food

IAnts Phermonet all way starts out with one ant. The scout, the ginnie pig. Better known as the  worker ant. That one ant gets away and takes the message that you have food.  As it travels back the colonies as it lays a pheromone trail from your home.

 

To stop ants from coming to your home you should do the following. It may help or you know, Call exterminator.

  1. Keep your pantry and kitchen clean of crumbs and food spillage
  2. Refrigerate fruits and vegetables when possible
  3. Quickly clean up spills
  4. Seal gaps and cracks in window seals
  5. See a scout ant …kill it fast

Water

Water is the source of survival for all insects. However, since ants forage so much, they can get their water from food. Carpenter ants can get water from damaged wood from your home or from debris. Water pipes that leak is enough water source for these types of ants. Make sure all leaks are repaired to prevent ant infestations.

Climate and Habitat

People always want to know why ants get into their homes. Ants are cold blooded insects. So, when the winter comes around, they will seek a warmer place to dwell. Your home is idea. They have been know to nest behind installation in the basement. Usually the installation is a perfect cover for carpenter ants. In conclusion, ants do not discriminate on your home. If it wants in, it will find away.

Common ants in Missouri and Kansas

  1. Acrobat ants
  2. Argentine ants
  3. Odorous House ants
  4. Carpenter ants
  5. Crazy ants
  6. Pavement ants
  7. Fire ants
  8. Field ants
  9. Pharaoh ants

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