Ants are a major problem in Georgia and many other states. The control of these insects is not a simple task and can even take a considerable amount of work by a professional with the right equipment to do the job. Ants must be controlled because they infest structures and food by the hundreds of thousands, and in many cases, their defense and attack mechanisms include biting, stinging, and injecting venom in predators such as domestic animals and humans. The most common types of ants attacking Georgians’ houses are:
- 3 gallons of a professional product are needed to effectively control ant nests.
- Ants can enter virtually any crack in or around structures.
- Perpetual elimination of ants is impossible, all solutions are temporary (from 1 to 3 months).
- By not calling a professional populations became even more difficult to control.