There are a number of different ways to treat an ant infestation, and whilst there are generic ant killing products available, it’s never a ‘one size fits all’ approach, off the shelf products are always a compromise as lower concentrations and different active ingredients mean they aren’t upto the job. The first step to treating an ant infestation is understanding the species of ant that you’re dealing with. Whilst you might be able to get an idea of the species of ant in your property, it’s always best to get a professional to confirm this.
Once you’ve identified the species of ant, you’ll then be able to diagnose where their nest is most likely to be located, as well as the food/elements that are attracting them to your house.
When it comes to treating an ant infestation, as with many forms of pests, the best way is to seek preventive measures. Our team offers ant pest control plans which help you to stay one step ahead of a potential infestation at all times. To find out more about this, get in touch with us here.
As we’ve mentioned, the best way to combat an ant infestation is to focus on prevention, rather than ant pest control. Our recommendation will always be to do this through a service plan with a professional pest control team, particularly if your property is prone to infestations. However, there are preventative steps that you can take to aid this:
There are a large number of facts to consider when it comes to the cost of ant pest control. As we’ve mentioned, pest control methods will vary even by the species of ant. Other factors that can influence the cost are:
If you’re worried about an ant infestation then please get in touch with our team, who will be able to provide you with a bespoke consultation for ant pest control.