Small Ant Exterminator – All Natural Pest Elimination
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Small Ant Exterminator – All Natural Pest Elimination is the natural small ant exterminator of Oregon. We use a safer, more natural approach to ridding your home of small ants, also known as sugar ants. There are certain natural elements, oils and materials that effectively deal with ant control without posing a threat to people, pets or the environment.
At All Natural Pest Elimination, we use our own proprietary eco-friendly pest control products to solve your pest control needs. When choosing a small ant exterminator, it’s important to be mindful of the potential harm that traditional toxic chemicals used in pest control could pose. Small ant extermination can be effectively applied without ever using harmful chemicals or methods.
We offer a completely free consultation. We’ll be glad to send one of our inspectors to your home to give your property a full and thorough inspection and evaluation. After the home is inspected, our expert pest inspector will know exactly what pests your home is experiencing and exactly how to deal with them the most effectively. They will also provide you with a free estimate on services. At that point you can choose to start service with us and begin treatment and prevention.
Often referred to as “House Ants”, “Sugar Ants”, and other names, there are several types of small ants that invade homes in the Pacific Northwest. They include the Odorous House Ant, Argentine Ant, Crazy Ant, Acrobat Ant, Pavement Ant, Pharaoh Ant, Little Black Ant, and more.
Ants are successful because they are social insects that form colonies from the small and simple, to the immense and complex. They are prolific because they are very adaptable and exploit numerous different living environments and food sources.
Although small ants are not typically noted for damaging structures (like Carpenter Ants do), they can make a real mess of insulation and other building materials as they colonize and forage. Also, small ants can carry disease organisms, some can bite or sting, and, of course, they are a real nuisance when they stream into pantry food, pet dishes, across kitchen counters, in clothing, bedding, etc.
Possibly the most common small ant in Pacific Northwest homes is the Odorous House Ant, easily identified by the pungent ammonia/urine odor given off when the ant is crushed (hence often referred to as “stink ants” or “piss ants”). These ants prefer sweets but will also eat proteins, dead insects, grease and fats. The Odorous House Ant lives in colonies of 2,000-100,000 and house several queens. If you kill some, the queen spreads more colonies to other locations. They can move in colonies very quickly, are very adaptable, and can colonize about anywhere inside the structure. They also will colonize inside furniture, appliances, and household electrical components.