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Noises in the Walls
If you assume you have carpenter ants in the wall, simply knock on the wall and you should hear gentle rustling inside. This rustling noise, not unlike that of cellophane, is common when the ants are burrowing through the wood or moving around in the wall.
It is best to contact professional carpenter ant exterminator Toronto in the Greater Toronto Area to declare your home ant-free as soon as possible!
Sawdust and/or Wood Shavings
This sawdust-like material is known as frass which the ants kick out as they burrow into the wood. You are most likely to spot small piles of frass in dark areas, corners and crawl spaces. Contrary to popular belief, carpenter ants don’t eat wood because it has no nutritional value to them. The ants simply burrow through the wood to create nests deep inside the structure.
One of the initial signs of a severe infestation is small, rectangular holes in wood. This indicates that the ants are chewing through the wood and the tunnel can go deep inside the structure.
How to Get Rid of Carpenter Ants
People who tried to resolve their ant infestation themselves usually turn to professional pest control services quickly. This happens because carpenter ants create satellite colonies when they feel threatened. A single nest can contain multiple queens. If the nest is destroyed or disturbed, the queens go in various directions, taking with them workers and eggs to form separate colonies. The infestation spreads even wider as the individual colonies thrive.
During the coronavirus pandemic The Exterminators have taken extra measures to ensure your safety and comfort during these unprecedented times we all are facing today around the globe. As we all practice social-distancing on a large scale we at our company are dedicated to facilitating your needs and worries. That is why we have taken it upon us to wear protective gear upon request to make you feel more at ease while doing our job. In addition we utilize non-toxic treatments to eliminate the ant population from your home