Ant removal in Michigan

Ant Pest Control Services

Ants are very resilient insects that can live pretty much anywhere in the world. They are very social, living in a colony with a queen ant, worker ants, eggs, larvae, and pupae. The worker ants are in charge of keeping their nests up and running, offering protection against the outside elements. They strategically locate their nests by sources of water and food. Find out how to ger rid of the ants in your home, and learn when you may need to call in professional ant pest control services.

Your Guide to Michigan’s Ants

Depending on the species of ant, they nest in the ground, as well as under concrete or slabs. Other species may be found in wood, including fence posts, dead logs, dead trees, or even inside buildings. While they may live inside of the wood, they cannot consume it much as termites can. The only reason for this is because they cannot digest cellulose, meaning that they have to find their food sources from other places.

The body structure of an ant is typical of almost all insects.
Ants have six legs and a tough exoskeleton that encases its head, thorax, and abdomen. They also have antennae and waists, making them easier to identify. The benefits of an ant’s exoskeleton are numerous; it is tough and rigid, protecting it from weather, injury, and water loss.

In addition to being a protective barrier for an ant, its exoskeleton allows for super strength, allowing them to carry objects many times larger and heavier than they are. This is very important for ants, as their main job is to contribute to the success of the nest. By being able to carry large items, they can provide food and shelter for the remainder of their colony.

Your Pest Control Professionals

Given their resilience, they can find ways into homes or businesses without much effort. If you are experiencing an influx of ants, contact Solidified Pest Control today and we can take care of them for you, once and for all.

Solidified Pest Control offers residential and commercial pest control services. We offer ant pest control in West Bloomfield, Troy, Commerce, Livonia, Bloomfield Hills, Milford, Waterford, and all throughout Metro Detroit. Call us today to schedule your appointment for our top-rated professional pest control services.

Frequently Asked Questions About Ants in Michigan

Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions that we get about ants in Michigan:

Are There Fire Ants in Michigan?

There are fire ants in Michigan. Fire ants are commonly found in the south and on the east coast, but people have reported fire ants in Isabella County, Michigan.

What Types of Ants are in Michigan?

Michigan is home to over 113 different species of ants. A few of these include carpenter, tetramorium immigrants, tapinoma sessile, and pharaoh ants. Check out our guide to learn more about the many different types of ants in Michigan.

How Do I Get Rid of Ants in Michigan?

There are a number of ways to get rid of ants on your own, including keeping the room clean and dry. Vinegar may also be effective. If the ants continue returning, you may need to call a professional. Solidified Pest Control has the tools you need to get rid of ants.

How Do I Know If I Have an Ant Infestation?

You can usually tell if you have an ant infestation by looking out for certain signs, like small piles of dirt or open nests. Some ants may be harder to find, especially if they build their nests in your walls or cupboards instead.

Ant Service Areas in Michigan

Solidified Pest Control services most of Metro Detroit, including Livonia, Redford, Birmingham, Clarkston, Commerce, Waterford, Plymouth, Troy, Royal Oak, and Rochester Hills, Michigan. We have technicians in Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne Counties, as well as Ann Arbor.

They responded within less than an hour of my leaving a voicemail. Then, they were at our house within 4 hours. They assessed the situation, inspected, and took steps to take care of the problem. He also provided us with some suggestions as to keep from having issues in the future.


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Susan H.

It went great. No more wasps after 48 hrs. And it took only 15 minutes to apply the treatment. The man that came (I forgot his name but I believe it's a small family business) was very serious and knowledgeable. Also he was the first one to respond and be able to show up after I contacted 4 or 5 different pest exterminators.

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