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Halton Ant Infestation Removal Experts
- Bubonic plague
Those are just some of the things which pharaoh ants can carry and transmit. Ant control treatment by the experienced Young's Pest Control means Halton ant infestation removal and an end to your ant infestation in the house. Ant infestation in place is never pleasant - ant infestation by pharaoh ant is even trickier.
Sometimes referred to as a flying ant infestation, pharaoh ants are known for break-off colonies where young queen ant daughters are left to set up new territories when the queen moves from the first nest. The wings are merely decorative, they can fall off during mating (female), and the ants don't fly.
Black ants can do every bit as much damage as pharaoh ants, though in different ways. They will nest anywhere which can include electric outlets. Shorts in your wires can lead to significant household problems and the risk of fire.
Historians may be called pharaoh ants due to Egypt's plagues; a few researchers accept that the pharaoh ant brought about and spread the sicknesses of Egypt, and if you see the list of what they can carry, it is easy to understand where that assumption comes from.
Flying ant infestation, Young's Pest Control best manages Halton ant infestation removal and ant control treatment as we do this sort of thing regularly. We offer any time of night or day service with no extra charge and discretion in our favour. Our van is not marked, so your neighbours and fellow business people do not need to know your business with us. Rest assured. Home treatments do not work - they have a proven track record of being too weak or applied in the wrong places or times, the powder can also be poisonous to pets and curious children, only experts like us, have the complete knowledge to make the most of the stuff we use to rid you of your problem.
Young's Pest Control knows how to find and eliminate even the most challenging ants - to follow the ant trail (invisible to the eye) and find their path between food, water, and nesting area.