Fire Ant Control Services in Cornelia, GA, Anderson, SC & Greenville, SC
When faced with a fire ant infestation in your home, you need prompt, effective, and safe solutions. At Compass Pest Management, our highly trained fire ant control technicians are well-equipped to tackle the task at hand. We employ proven methods to swiftly eliminate fire ants and prevent future infestations, all while prioritizing the health and well-being of your family.
“Great company. On time, on budget and easy to work with. Compass really goes the extra mile.”
– Hardy Auston
Why Choose Compass Pest Management?
- Award-winning service from exceptionally friendly staff
- Safe products registered with the EPA
- Affordable options that are tailored to your budget and needs
- Green solutions that protect your family and the environment
- Registered, certified professionals that go the extra mile for you
Fire Ant Control Near You
For reliable and locally-based service across northeast Georgia and Upstate South Carolina, look no further than Compass Pest Management. We have offices in Greenville, Anderson, and Cornelia that serve residential and commercial properties in surrounding counties. Learn more about our service areas below:
Dealing with Fire Ants
Fire ants, those small red ants usually less than 1/5” in size, are notorious troublemakers. Often found in sunny spots in your yard, they construct mounds and can become a serious nuisance with their painful bites. For those with allergies, fire ants can pose a genuine threat.
Other Common Ants in Georgia & South Carolina:
If the ants you have been seeing are not fire ants, they may be carpenter or pavement ants. Our ant control company specializes in the removal of all types of ants and even other pests.
Carpenter ants are black and between 1/2” and 5/8” long. As you may guess by its name, this species of ant prefers to live in and feed on wood. Carpenter ants may be found in moist areas and can threaten the structural integrity of your property.
Pavement ants are the smallest type of common ant you may find around the yard, driveway, or home, typically between 1/16” and 1/8” long. They are either black or dark red, and while these ants usually make their homes in cracks in the pavement, they can also make their way into your home.
Fire Ant Removal in Georgia and South Carolina
At Compass Pest Management, we embrace an integrated pest management (IPM) approach, incorporating physical, mechanical, biological, and educational techniques to effectively control ants and other pests while minimizing risks to humans. IPM isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution; rather, we tailor a treatment plan to suit your specific needs. Our strategies range from sealing cracks and eliminating food or water sources to traditional treatments, all aimed at achieving the best ant control practices.
Our Fire Ant Control Process
Step 1: Our first priority is to thoroughly assess the extent of the infestation and devise a customized treatment plan, avoiding random pesticide application.
Step 2: In areas prone to pest activity, we strategically place pest monitors to accurately identify hotspots.
Step 3: As part of our proactive approach, we apply a protective barrier around the exterior of your home, aiming to prevent future fire ant-related issues. We always strive to minimize pesticide usage in and around your property, prioritizing the safety and health of your family and pets.
Fire Ant Control with TAP Insulation
If you seek a sustainable, long-term solution to fire ant control, TAP insulation stands as one of the most effective products on the market. Not only does it help save money throughout the year by maintaining cooler summers and warmer winters in your home, but it also effectively controls common household pests, including fire ants.
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