Ants are a type of insect that belong to the order Hymenoptera and are closely related to bees and wasps. They are known for their highly organized colonies and their ability to work together to gather food and care for their young. There are over 12,000 known species of ants, and they can be found in nearly every environment on Earth.
Ants have a highly organized social structure, with a distinct division of labor among the different members of the colony. The colony is led by a queen ant, whose sole function is to lay eggs. The worker ants take care of the eggs, tend to the queen, and forage for food. Some species of ants also have soldiers, whose main function is to defend the colony from predators.
Ants are known for their ability to work together to gather food and care for their young. They are attracted to sugary and greasy foods, and will often invade kitchens and pantries in search of these types of food.
How does the Ants Treatment done by Total Pest control Team?
Experienced experts of Total Pest Control are skilled and verified to leave you with utmost satisfaction after a Ants control treatment at your home, office, Hotel, Hospital, Industries, restaurant, etc.
Following are the steps followed by the Total Pest Control Team for an effective log Lasting Cockroach treatment
The ants management service starts with a thorough inspection of the ant’scolonies and spots in your property.
Total Pest control provide odorless treatmentwhichincludesapplication of gel in closed cabinet areas, under the tables, and inside the drawers as required.
An odorless spray is done in all the open areas like bathrooms, rooms and other identified spots inside or outside the house.
What is Duration of Ants Control Treatment?
A single service of ants control treatment from Total Pest Control takes an average time of 30-40 minutes up to area 1000 sq. ft. The duration of the ants control service depends on the area to be treated and the type of treatment chosen.
Types of Ants Control Service:
1.One time treatment.
2. Annual Contract