Big Black Ants
Carpenter ants are usually black, with the
exception of the Florida
When confronted with an invasion of "big black ants" your first step is to examine the property that is being invaded. A thorough indoor and outdoor inspection is key to locating hot spots, entry points and satellite colonies of carpenterants. Without this inspection, ant control techniques will often fail. Successful pest control technicians know that going the extra mile (during inspections) will pay off in the form of less call-backs, more thorough control of the pest and satisfied customers.
The first and most important point in controlling carpenter ants is the inspection. Many people will skip over the necessary exterior inspections that should be done after the sun has set. For more details, read the Carpenter Ant Inspection web article. After the inspection, correct techniques and ant pest control products can be chosen. Without a proper inspection to guide or lay out pest management techniques, the black ants will continue to be a problem!
For details on how to control big black ants, go to carpenter
ant elimination article for professional pest control products and how to
use them. Other useful information about carpenter ants: