Seattle Exterminators Now Kills Carpenter Ants and Sugar Ants

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Veröffentlicht am: 09.06.2017 15:51
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(Presseportal openBroadcast) - Professional commercial pest control service can eliminate little black ants from any home.

May 26, 2017 – Building on over 20 years of experience, AMPM Exterminators, LLC specializes in Seattle pest control, and is now especially equipped to deal with all kinds of ants that infest area homes. Professional Seattle exterminators are trained and qualified to deal with a menacing problem – little black sugar ants. These pests can nest in trees, mulch, rotting wood, sidewalk cracks, under rocks, and in driveways. Area residents also find them living in masonry, woodwork, inside walls, and under carpets.

It can be hard to get rid of sugar ants. They feed on dead insects, which are plentiful, and also fruits and vegetables, plant secretions, and honeydew. These ravenous pests have been observed feeding on grease too.

AMPM can deal with any ant problem by cleaning, sanitizing, and removing/repairing insulation after an infestation. Serving the city of Seattle, plus Bellevue, Everett, Kirkland, Bothell, Renton, Sammamish, and Issaquah, the Seattle pest control company is ready to deal with ant problems in single-family homes, apartments, and condominiums. Sugar ants are notoriously hard to eliminate, because multiple queens can be established and separate colonies interact and often move about in their ever-lasting search for food.

The company’s pro exterminators are not only able to deal with sugar ants. Their top-notch extermination is also effective at eliminating:

• Carpenter Ants: Residing in hollow wood, these ants can carve pathways into wood grain and nest inside, leaving behind a trademark material that looks like sawdust.
• Pavement Ants: Also known as sidewalk ants, they comprise different species with different sizes and appearances; they often tread along driveways, walkways, and patio slabs.
• Thatch Ants: These red-headed insects sometimes find their way indoors; workers of the same colony may be different sizes, and they reproduce in swarms during late summer to early fall.
• Pharaoh Ants: As long as they can find food, these critters are comfortable wherever they are, and consume anything that is fatty, sweet, or oily.
• Velvety Tree Ants: Usually nesting in trees, they often pick logs, stumps, and soil underneath rocks; large colonies reside together and when indoors, build paper-like nests in wall spaces, or hollow out foam insulation or sheetrock. Odors are released when nests are disturbed or a worker is crushed.
• Harvester Ant: Different species exhibit different behavior, but build nests around yards and gardens, acting aggressively when disturbed and biting and stinging humans; venom can cause allergic reactions.

Whether ants are in ceilings, attics, or crawl spaces, or festering within walls, support timbers, window frames, insulation, or under floors, AMPM can take care of the problem. It can eliminate rats, mice, and other rodents as well, and is equipped to handle termite and wasp problems. All treatments are eco-friendly and are preceded by free estimates.

For more information on the company’s ants removal service and little black sugar ants control in houses across the Seattle metro area, go to

AboutAMPM Exterminators, LLC

AMPM Exterminators, LLC specializes in the control of little black sugar ants and other species of ants, plus rodents, termites, and other pests that invade homes in the Seattle area. In business for over 20 years, it offers a reasonable ant exterminator cost and ensures every treatment is as safe as it is effective. The company has become one of the most in-demand pest control providers in Seattle-King County. Pricing is competitive and all exterminators at AMPM are licensed, bonded, and insured. Learn more at


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