Ant Control Romford

Ant Control

Welcome to Pest Control Romford We can help with all your Ant Control Problems for both domestic and Commercial customers.

Pest Control Romford is committed to providing an efficient and dependable Ant Control and prevention service in Romford. We aim to provide a safe working environment for our customers whilst complying with legislative and audit requirements.

We have gained many customers through recommendations over the years, both from the commercial and domestic market in Romford for Ant Control.

St George’s Pest Control Ltd is a member of the BPCA (British Pest Control Association) and has several accreditations including CHAS, Construction line, Safe Contractor, CSCS and have been approved by the Essex County Council – Buy with Confidence scheme.

For all your Ant Control Problems and for a Pest Control Quote in Romford please contact us on 01708 715070.

About Ants

Black Ant or Garden Ant
• Very dark brown/black colour, 3-5mm long
• Head, thorax and abdomen separated by narrow waists
• Sharp joint in antennae

Lifecycle:
A queen ant starts to build a nest in the springtime, she produces lots of workers who look after the nest and forage for food.

As the nest grows around midsummer Flying ants (the young queens and males) leave the nest to make their nuptial flights for a few days only in July/August. After mating the males die off and the fertilised queens go off and find a suitable nest site to start a new colony the following springtime.

Treatment:
Residual insecticide spray treatment applied to affected areas internally, including spray treatment to the immediate perimeter to prevent ants migrating in from outside. One summer’s guarantee provided for internal areas.

Pharaoh’s Ant
Pharaoh’s Ants are small tropical ants that prefer warm and humid environments and can be found in centrally heated blocks of flats and hospitals. They are 2mm long, yellow/white in colour and have multiple, often inaccessible nests within the building structure.

Treatment is very different (from the black ant) and a thorough survey would need to be carried out. Residual insecticides are never used as this may cause a panic reaction in the nest resulting in the queens forming new colonies, thus spreading the problem. Bait treatments are very effective, the bait is taken back to nest and the queens, larvae and workers are killed off.