Fort Myers Fire Ant Treatment
Looking for a dependable and affordable Fort Myers fire ant treatment?
Fire Ant Control offers complete, all-in-one solution that will keep your Fort Myers home, golf course, playground, horse farm, or agricultural land protected from this invasive predator.
These dark, reddish-brown ants are variable in size from 1/16 to 1/5 inch long. If you have access to a microscope, the easiest way to distinguish red imported fire ants is by the number of Clypeal teeth.
If you don’t have a microscope, the quickest way to recognize this pest is from the aggressive behavior displayed when the mound is disturbed.
Mounds tend to be messy with loose soil and many holes. Red Imported Fire Ants can typically be found under or near cement slabs, rotten logs, bricks or rocks, or outdoor electrical boxes.
A red imported fire ant bite or sting is upsetting to people and pets alike. Venom injected into the skin causes a horrible, stinging sensation at the site of the bite. A small number of people are allergic to these bites and stings. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include chest pains, nausea, dizziness and even shock.
Damage isn’t just to people and pets though. Damage to pipes, walls, and outdoor electrical fixtures will occur if these colonies are not treated. Solenopsis invicta (Imported Red Fire Ants) are relentless in the foraging of plant material, insects, and animal matter to feed and grow the colony and please the reproductive Queens.
As a licensed Fire Ant Control specialist, we have the ability to treat fire ant infestations on any sized property, from single homeowners to 500+ acre farms and golf courses. We have access to the most effective technologies, and also the experience you require.
Our Fort Myers fire ant treatment is cost effective and low maintenance. We only need to treat your property every four months to achieve year-round results.
You don’t even need to be there for us to treat your property! Contact us today at 239-312-8200 for a free consultation and to schedule your first treatment.