You can feel confident in our ability to provide ant control at your home or business.
Although ants are generally more bothersome than dangerous, they’re still not welcome in most homes. Different types of ants live in the area, including carpenter ants and small black ants. Carpenter ants are more concerning than other types because they make their nests in wood and can cause structural damage. However, any type of pest in the home is never an appealing sight since where you see one ant, there are likely more hidden in other areas. It’s important to get rid of the entire colony, rather than spot-treating with sprays and traps.
At Quality Control, Inc., we offer ant control services that get rid of these bothersome pests for good. Whether you’re dealing with carpenter ants or other types of ants, we’ll send one of our well-trained and experienced technicians into your home to determine where they are living and how to get rid of them permanently. We can also provide you with tips to prevent the ants from coming back into your home, such as using airtight containers for food storage and sealing any crevices in the exterior of the house.
You can feel confident in our ability to provide ant control at your home or business. Each of our technicians is registered or certified by the North Carolina Structural Pest Control Commission. We have more than 30 years of experience with ant control and other pest control services, so we know what to look for and how to get rid of these critters for good. For more information or to schedule a treatment, give us a call today.
FAQs About Ant Control
At Quality Control, Inc., we don’t believe our only responsibility is to offer excellent pest control services, including ant control. We feel strongly that we should also be a valuable source of information that can aid you in having a pest-free environment in which to live. That’s why we always welcome questions about ant control and our other pest control services, as well as about the pests themselves. Here are two common questions we’ve been asked in the past about ants: