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Terrific monthly service! Technician Nick always arrives promptly as scheduled, and he goes straight to work inspecting, evaluating and treating area. Absolutely. Zero ants for months! Highly recommended.
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This company is fantastic! They sent a rep the same day I called. The rep was very knowledgeable and super friendly. The best part-the ants were gone within 2 days and very affordable!
Ants are a common pest problem all over San Diego County and southwest Riverside County. The tiny insects may sneak in through the tiniest cracks in the walls of your home to forage for food or water. The good news is, there are several products used by Pro Pacific Pest Control to effectively control ants, stop them from coming into your home, and keep them away for good.
If you are having problems with ants, call Pro Pacific Pest Control at 888-755-2847 today for proven methods to get rid of the insects.
What Kind of Ants Do I Have?
If you have ants and live in San Diego County or southwest Riverside County, you most likely have what are called Argentine ants. Other types of ants which are found in much smaller numbers include pharaoh, fire, little black, crazy, carpenter, and odorous house ants.
All these ants will look for food ranging from sugars to proteins. However, since most adult ants cannot digest solid foods, they bring sugary particles they collect back to their nests and feed them to ant larvae. The young larvae then eat the food and regurgitate it in liquid form so the adult ants can eat it.
Adult ants are so dependent on liquid food that they may commonly be found feeding on the liquid output of aphids. In many cases, ants may cultivate aphids much the same way humans do cattle just so they can live off the liquid the bugs produce. Aphid attracting plants will almost always lead to ants if they are left untreated.