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Ants in Charlotte NC – 2009

Ants are out early this year for many Charlotte residents. We have had several phone calls for Ant Control in Charlotte. Besides being a nuisance, ants can be a real health threat, and even deadly. Its estimated that 1 out of every 20 people could have an allergic reaction to ant bites and some of those could even suffer death if not treated. Fatalities from ant bites in the US are rare but they do occur. Most are avoidable if treated quickly.

For those suffering from ants, you should be advised not to spray regular over the counter spray on ant trails. Ants are highly sensitive to odors. If you spray a colony or a trail of ants then you may make the problem worse by causing them to branch out and form new ant colonies. If you choose to treat ants on your own then use ant baits.

If you want a professional to assist you then make sure they are armed with a variety of bait options and that they are not just spraying the same products on the ants as they do your home. There are a very few and typically more expensive sprays that are effective against ants. So if your Charlotte pest control company does spray ask if the spray is unique and specific for ants.

Want a guaranteed Charlotte Ant Control solution?

Call Bulwark – (704) 321-1532

Shocking Pest Control News!

It seems the pest control operators were using restricted pesticides. They and 4 other pest control companies are currently under investigation.

The EPA certainly has its place here in the US and the public and pest control companies are grateful to those responsible pest control operators that adhere to the EPA’s guidelines.

We recommend you choose a Charlotte Pest Control company that uses high quality low toxicity products.

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