Lawn Ant Control
Lawn Ant Control
Ants can be a tricky pest to get rid of. We recommend 2 – 3 applications to help suppress the colony infesting your lawn. After the first treatment, all the worker ants that are foraging will not return to the colony. Because of this, the queen will begin to lay more workers to feed the colony. She will repeat this process until the colony collapses from starvation. Therefore suppression and amount of services needed depends on how established the ant colony is. A larger colony will have much more reinforcements than a smaller colony!
As a reminder, this service is for controlled suppression not complete eradication. FHS cannot control future insects from entering the target area.
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