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Difference Between Carpenter Ants and Termites

A termite is a carpenter ant is a termite, right? After all, they both damage wood. Yes, they both do damage wood, but there are some major differences between a termite and a carpenter ant. To the untrained eye, a carpenter ant and a termite are hard to tell apart. After all, they’re both oblong […]

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What does Carpenter Ant Sawdust Look Like

Anytime a new home or development is being built, trees are usually taken down. Carpenter Ant main colonies live in these trees. Once the Carpenter Ant home is removed they will seek out a new place, our homes are perfect environments for them. We offer them food, water and shelter. Not to mention year round […]

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Carpenter Ants Favorite Food

Do Carpenter Ants Have A Favorite Food? The short answer is, yes! Carpenter ants have shown a preference for different foods while avoiding others. So what’s the favorite food of the carpenter ant? Anything sweet. Outdoors, the sweet honeydew produced by aphids and other insects is the favorite food of the carpenter ant. In your […]

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How To Get Rid Of Carpenter Ants

This area of the home had extensive water damage. Mold was growing inside the wall, the wood was rotting away and the homeowner had been noticing Carpenter Ants all over the inside of the home. This wall was opened up for several reasons other than a suspected Carpenter Ant nesting site. Once opened the Carpenter […]

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Carpenter Ant FAQs

Aren’t carpenter ants just like termites? Many people think carpenter ants are as dangerous as termites. While they do like wood (and the more moist and “rotted,” the better because it’s more pliable), carpenter ants don’t eat it as termites do: they make nests in it. So if they’re not eating it and just using […]

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Carpenter Ants are Here and Attacking Queensbury, Lake George, Glens Falls & Saratoga

Ask About Our Carpenter Ant Lifetime Warranty It almost seems like if a home doesn’t have Carpenter Ants it’s just a matter of time before they do. These ants are attracted to moist rotting wood. They don’t actually eat the wood but carve tunnels and chambers through it to use as a major nesting site. As the […]

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About Carpenter Ants | Nature’s Way Pest Control

Carpenter Ants in are a beneficial insect of our eco system. They can be seen from Albany – Saratoga Springs NY Lake George – Plattsburgh NY, The are also prevalent in Vermont from Manchester Vermont Rutland all the way to Burlington. For example  they help reduce old fallen trees into organic matter that is easier consumed by micro organism. […]

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Pest Control Services | NATURE’S WAY PEST CONTROL

How are pheromones important in Pest Control? In the Pest Control industry, Pheromones can be used for a number of reasons. Over 100 years ago, it was discovered by entomologists that insects use certain chemical scents to communicate between one another. They learned this when they placed female moths in boxes and placed them near […]

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Lake George Pest Control- Time to get those summer camps ready! Spiders,Carpenter Ants and all sorts of crawling critters are around!!

There are many ways to control pests, Our Green Approach is a great option! Nature’s Way – The Green Approach EcoSMART’s patented technology is based on the natural defenses that plants and trees use for their self protection against insects and pathogens – essential oils. After over a decade of research, EcoSMART had developed revolutionary […]

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Queensbury Pest Services: Carpenter Ants are Active Right Now – Protect Your Home!

Carpenter Ants Ask About Our Lifetime Warranty It almost seems like if a home doesn’t have Carpenter Ants it’s just a matter of time before they do. These ants are attracted to moist rotting wood. They don’t actually eat the wood but carve tunnels and chambers through it to use as a major nesting site. […]

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