Pharaoh Ants

[grid-row] [grid-column span=”two-thirds”] [fancy-title type=”h4″]Pest Description[/fancy-title] Pharaoh ants get their name from the mistaken belief that they were one of the plagues of Egypt during the time of Pharaohs. This species is...

Pavement Ants

[grid-row] [grid-column span=”two-thirds”] [fancy-title type=”h4″]Pest Description[/fancy-title] Pavement ants get their name because they make their nests in or under cracks in pavement. These dark brown to black ants can also infest...

Fire Ants

[grid-row] [grid-column span=”two-thirds”] [fancy-title type=”h4″]Pest Description[/fancy-title] This species of ants is highly aggressive and will attack the smallest potential threat. They do sting, and it can be a painful, itchy...

Rasberry Ants

[grid-row] [grid-column span=”two-thirds”] [fancy-title type=”h4″]Pest Description[/fancy-title] The Rasberry crazy ant was first discovered in Texas in 2002 by a Houston-area pest control operator named Tom Rasberry, who lends his name to the...

Carpenter Ants

[grid-row] [grid-column span=”two-thirds”] [fancy-title type=”h4″]Pest Description[/fancy-title] Carpenter ants get their name because they excavate wood in order to build their nests. Their excavation results in smooth tunnels inside the wood....