Ants

3 Oklahoma Ants That May Be Inside Your Home!

Oklahoma is home to a wide variety of ants because of the unpredictable weather we have. Unfortunately, this unpredictable weather can lead to heavy rainfall that destroys the outdoor homes of ants leading them to head indoors in search of...

3 Reasons to Invest In Ant Control This Spring

With the temperatures starting to stay consistently warmer, you likely have started seeing an increase in the number of pests finding their way into your home. For Oklahomans, this often comes in the form of pesky ants that walk in...

Ant Control In Oklahoma Protects Homes and Businesses

The weather and landscape of Oklahoma make the state incredibly hospitable to a wide variety of ant species. Unfortunately, homeowners and business owners across the state have become no stranger to ant control. Controlling ant populations without the assistance of...

Common Oklahoma Ants Make Spring Appearance

The varied weather patterns found in Oklahoma make our corner of the world very favorable to a wide variety of common ant species. Though most are harmless and just a nuisance, some ant species can cause dangerous bites. Here are...

Preventing Ant Infestation in the Spring

Now that Oklahoma is receiving consistently warm temperatures, you are likely to start noticing the vast array of insects stirring from their slumber. In Oklahoma, one of the worst pests this time of year are ants. Follow these prevention methods...

Ant Habits During the Winter

During the summer, ants can be a real problem in Oklahoma. Our climate suits them so well they are among the most troublesome pest seen in the area. However, when the weather begins to turn cold, ants seemingly disappear until...

Examining the Cow Killer

The look of a cow killer, or red velvet ant, is enough to make some people run in fear. With a distinct red and black pattern, this insect is not actually an ant but a solitary wasp. This means that...

Ants Found in Oklahoma

Oklahomans aren’t strangers to ant problems. Unpredictable weather patterns make this region incredibly hospitable to these tiny, yet plentiful pests. Though many species are similar in behavior different castes can be found by species and different prevention and control methods...

Risks Associated with Red Imported Fire Ants

Red imported fire ants are not native to the United States although they are relatively widespread within the southeastern region of the country. The red imported fire ant arrived in the 1930s from Brazil and has remained fairly unchecked, leading...

Pesky, Destructive Carpenter Ants

To kick off National Safety Month, which lasts the entire month of June, we spent some time last week talking about all the different ways in which pest control is a safety issue, not just an aesthetic issue. From venomous pests...