Why am I seeing more ants after my ant treatment?

Why am I seeing more ants after my ant treatment?

Why am I seeing more ants after my ant treatment?
Why am I seeing more ants after my ant treatment?

We often get calls from our clients stating that their ant infestation has worsen after we have completed the ant treatment. The reason behind this is simply because the chemical barrier that we conduct not only the surface ants but the ants that are in the chambers.

Ants live in chambers and have a pecking order from the queen to the workers. Each ant has their own specific role when it comes to protecting and feeding the colony.

Why am I seeing more ants after my ant treatment?

What is involved in our ant treatments?

Internally we use an ant bait system that will draw the ants to the bait and therefore start to eliminate the ants.

Externally we conduct a full ant treatment to all areas, with this treatment and the internal treatment this will eliminate the ants that are on your property.

Why am I seeing more ants after my ant treatment?

I am still seeing ants, please help!

They say the storm is brewing and, on its way, so once the storm has past then there is light at the end of the rainbow and so is your ant treatment. Unfortunately, it gets worse before it gets better. With our ant treatments it draws out and attracts the ants to the baiting system, the more ants that take to the baiting system the better chance we have for the ants to take back the chemical to the nest so we get a colony elimination.

Why am I seeing more ants after my ant treatment?
Why am I seeing more ants after my ant treatment?

But what now?

Why am I seeing more ants after my ant treatment?

It is a waiting game now, but we must remember not to spray any store-bought products as it counteracts with our treatment making in effective.

The chemicals we use has a slow release therefore getting better results over time.

Our ant treatments come with a full six-month warranty period for your peace of mind.

We treat All of Sydney including the Blue Mountains – Katoomba, Glenbrook, Blaxland, Emu Plains, Hawkesbury Heights, Hazelbrook, Springwood, Valley Heights, Luera, Lawson, Blackheath, Faulconbridge, Wentworth Falls, Winmalee, Yellow Rock, Mount Riverview

 

Further reading on ants:

 

HOW TO WIN THE WAR ON ANTS IN YOUR HOME!

Tips to keep Ants out of your home!

Natural ways to keep ants out of your kitchen.

Great little slideshow on Ants from National Geographic

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/invertebrates/group/ants/

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