Ant Control

Ant Control from Positec Pest Control Company

By: Positec Pest Control Company  17-08-2012
Keywords: Pest Control, Pest management, pest

If you start to notice that Toronto ants are invading your home, you may need professional pest control services. These ants can enter your home via cracks around moldings and plumbing, cracks in your foundation and exterior walls. Ants are attracted to food which means that you should make all attempts possible to keep your kitchen, floors and countertops free of food crumbs. At Positec Pest Control, we can effectively rid your home of red ants, fire ants, wood ants or any other type of ant that may find its way inside. Some methods used for ant control are insecticides, insect barriers, chemical barriers or the use of non-chemical diatomaceous earth. Diatomaceous earth is a non-toxic powder composed of microscopic fossils. When it is placed in the cracks and crevices, the powder will scratch the outer body of the ants, leading to dehydration and death.

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