March 20, 2013
Ever seen a trail of ants marching along your kitchen counter? While we still consider this a pest infestation, nuisance ants in Little Rock seem to be commonplace as the weather begins to warm up in the spring. What can you do about it? Our team of AR pest control pros would like to share some information on the ants that infest Little Rock, Fayetteville and other communities in Arkansas because no homeowner should have to deal with these tiny, but hard to get rid of pests.
February 21, 2013
At first glance it is hard to tell what that flying insect is. If you have ever witnessed a swarm of flying ants or termites then you know just how chaotic the situation can be. There is little time to stop and determine which species is trying to take over in a massive swarm because at the moment you feel like they must be after you! When it comes to flying ants and termites, there are some key differences that may help you determine just what you are dealing with.
April 25, 2012
Unfortunately for us, there are several species of ants that call Arkansas home and as the warm weather of spring drives away our cabin fever, it also rouses these pesky insects. Depending on the species, ants can be simply a nuisance pest or they can cause structural damages in your home.
March 16, 2012
Tis the season for the ants to go marching, and hopefully it is not into your home. Home ant infestations, although not all a serious threat to your health or your home, are a major nuisance pest that no one wants to deal with. As the weather heats up, ant colonies become active again and the workers are sent off on a mission to find food.
August 12, 2011
Last month, we blogged about how the extreme heat all across of Arkansas has driven people and pests indoors seeking relief from the soaring temperatures. Unfortunately, the heat wave rages on and McCauley Services, a longtime Arkansas pest control company, thought you might like to know why spiders, ants, cockroaches and mice are invading your home more often.
July 26, 2011
In Little Rock, Benton and all across Arkansas as well as most of the United States, extreme heat and drought conditions are driving people indoors in search of some relief; unfortunately we are not the only ones. Ants, spiders, cockroaches and many other insects are seeking refuge from the heat and lack of water and much to our dismay, the best place for them to do this is inside our homes.
April 5, 2011
We’ve all heard the children’s song, “The ants go marching one by one, hoorah, hoorah”, but for homeowners in Little Rock and throughout Arkansas the song more accurately should be “The ants go marching one by one Help! Help!”