White Footed Ants Control – Reynolds Pest Management

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Controlling White Footed Ants

 

White Footed ant

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White Footed Ants are small jet black ants with (believe it or not) white feet. They are initially found around the exterior of your home or office and can be seen traveling in rows. White Footed Ants prefer shady areas when traveling and can often be found traveling behind gutters, below windows, around trees, and near the soffit vents.

White Footed Ants often live in hard to reach if not inaccessible areas such as in the walls and the attic. In most cases you are better off hiring a professional to control these ants. Since Reynolds Pest Management, Inc. discovered this ant in our local area in the mid 90’s it has become a major nuisance in our area.

Fortunately, a white footed ant problem is entirely controllable under professional care. However, the quality and price of service you will receive varies widely from company to company.

At Reynolds Pest Management, Inc., we don’t just postpone the problem, we stop it at the source so it doesn’t keep coming back. Using state-of-the-art equipment and methods, our licensed exterminators will inspect your home’s environment and construction to identify the problem and determine the best course of action.

Why Hire Reynolds Pest Management?

When it comes to treating for white footed ants we will give you a plan to prepare, and what to expect.

We use only the highest quality products for controlling white footed ants for better results and safety.

We can give you references of other White Footed Ant jobs we have done.

We are Licensed, Bonded, and Insured.

Finally, we are committed to providing a quick, affordable, and most importantly, effective solution to your pest problem, and we take every measure to protect your and your family’s safety throughout the process. Call Us Today!

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