facebook

Blog

TAG CLOUD for Blog

Ant Exterminator: Pet Friendly Solutions
Oct
15, 2018

Ant Exterminator: Pet Friendly Solutions

by Clint Miller Exterminating / 0 Comments

Do your research. Avoid harm to your pets or children during an ant extermination. Clint Miller Exterminating has years of experience exterminating ants in North Carolina and South Carolina, read "Ant Exterminator: Pet Friendly Solutions" to learn more about protecting your children and pets from chemicals that could hurt them or put them at risk.

NCPMA's DIY Pest Management Tips
Mar
29, 2017

NCPMA's DIY Pest Management Tips

by Clint Miller / 0 Comments

Are you faced with a pest management problem? Or maybe you are looking for ways to prevent one? And maybe you want to try solving it on your own before reaching out to a pest professional?

Four Reasons Fire Ant Removal Should Be Left to the Pros
May
05, 2016

Four Reasons Fire Ant Removal Should Be Left to the Pros

by Clint Miller / 0 Comments

Why should you leave fire ant removal up to our pros at Clint Miller Exterminating? Here are 4 important reasons. Fire Ant Colonies Are Big. An average-sized fire ant hill contains as many as 500,000 worker ants, and the queen ant can produce 200 eggs per hour. Most do-it-yourself fire ant treatments only kill...

DIY Ant Extermination Doesn’t Address the Root Cause of the Problem
Feb
05, 2016

DIY Ant Extermination Doesn’t Address the Root Cause of the Problem

by Clint Miller / 0 Comments

Properly disposing of garbage, cleaning away food items and covering potential entry points will usually keep ant infestations away. Conventional DIY ant extermination remedies, such as boiling water and insecticide, may be successful to a degree, but home-dwelling ants are much more difficult to deal with. Applying pesticide to a nest often only damages...

The First Line of Attack in Ant Removal is Prevention
Sep
05, 2015

The First Line of Attack in Ant Removal is Prevention

by Clint Miller / 0 Comments

In general, ants are helpful insects. Many species kill fleas, bed bugs and other creatures, and most don’t attack humans or carry diseases. However, these bugs do invade homes looking for food, and getting rid of them once they have settled, can be challenging. The first step in ant removal is keeping a clean...

How to Identify Camponotus – More Commonly Known as Carpenter Ants
Jul
06, 2015

How to Identify Camponotus – More Commonly Known as Carpenter Ants

by Clint Miller / 0 Comments

The genus, camponotus, refers to carpenter ants. These ants like to set up their colonies in galleries excavated from damaged or damp wood. They don’t actually eat wood like termites do; instead, they remove it and deposit the debris in small piles outside their nests. The ants clean their nesting sites, and the galleries...

5 Important Tips for Keeping Ants Out of Your Home
Jan
15, 2015

5 Important Tips for Keeping Ants Out of Your Home

by Clint Miller / 0 Comments

When it comes to pests in your home, the most important thing you can focus on is prevention.  There are many steps you can take as a homeowner to prevent ants and other pests from considering your...

Avoiding the “I’ll Be Back!” of Ant Extermination
Oct
21, 2014

Avoiding the “I’ll Be Back!” of Ant Extermination

by Clint Miller / 0 Comments

“I’ll be back,” was a catchy phrase for Arnold Schwarzenegger in his 1984 science-fiction film,The Terminator, as well as during his term in office as governor of California....

Taking the Sting Out of a Fire Ant Encounter
Jul
28, 2014

Taking the Sting Out of a Fire Ant Encounter

by Clint Miller / 0 Comments

Ah, summer time. Swimsuits, ballparks, barbeques and fun in the sun. There is nothing quite like taking your shoes off and running through a plush patch of green grass . . . unless, of course, that grass is littered with fire...

What Fire Ants Are and How to Remove Them
Feb
26, 2014

What Fire Ants Are and How to Remove Them

by Clint Miller / 0 Comments

Fire ants are making their march across the United States at an alarming pace. The red imported fire ants native to South America first started appearing in the 1930’s, and by 1996, they were found in much of the...

Items 1-10 of 10

Have a problem? We create and maintain

healthy living and work spaces.

CONTACT US