• Ant Control Fort Worth & Arlington

  • Ant control Fort Worth is an ongoing battle being waged at the front line by All Dead Termite Co.(ADTCO). Ants are a nuisance because they are every place you do not want them to be. Many home owners have tried to remedy this pest themselves only to find them getting worse over time. You definitely need a pro like All Dead to come out and rid your premises of these pet for good.

    So which ant do you have?

    Acrobat Ants [Crematogaster lineolata] [Image]
    Acrobat Ants Acrobat Ants: These ants are consuming a professional ant bait on one of our customers wooden fence. They will take it back to the colony and give us a multiple kill effect. Photo by All Dead Termite Co.

    • 1/8 inch long
    • Two Nodes
    • Moist wood, Styrofoam, and fire woods

    Argentine Ants[Inept humble]
    Argentine Ants: These ants live in large mobile colonies, which can create a nightmare. Photo courtesy of IPCO Network

    • 1/8-inch long Light to dark brown.
    • Closely resembles the Odorous House Ant
    • One Node
    • Nests in a wide variety of places in and around your homes landscape.

    Carpenter Ants[Camponotus Modoc] [Image] Carpenter Ants Carpenter Ants: These are among the largest ants we encounter they damage wood in and around homes. Photo by All Dead Termite Co.

    • 1/8 to 1/2 inch long
    • One Node
    • Moist wood, fire woods, Styrofoam, and voids.

    Fire Ants[Solenopsis invicta] [Image] ** Visit our Fire Ant Page**

    • 1/16 to 1/4 inch long
    • Two Nodes
    • Fire ants are typically going to nest in the ground but occasionally nest in wood or masonry.

    Little Black Ant[Monosodium minimum] [Image]

    • 1/32-inch to 1/16-inch jet black color.
    • Two Nodes
    • These ants will nest any woodwork voids or cracks in cement. Outdoors they can be found under stones/rocks, in rotting logs, in lawns, or in open areas.

    Odorous House Ant[Trainwoman sessile] [Image]
    Odorous House Ants Odorous House Ants: These ants are consuming a professional ant bait on the floor of our customers bathroom. They will take it back to the colony and give us a multiple kill effect. Photo by All Dead Termite Co.

    • 1/8-inch long, black in color and they emit a rotten coconut odor when crushed.
    • One node
    • Odorous House Ants nests in a wide variety of places inside and outside around your homes landscape.

    Pavement Ant[Terrorism cesium] [Image]
    Pavement Ant Pavement Ants: These ants are consuming a professional ant bait on one of our customers wooden fence. They will take it back to the colony and give us a multiple kill effect. Photo courtesy of IPCO Network

    • 3/16-inch long dark brown in color.
    • Two nodes
    • Nests found near sidewalks, baseboards and foundations.

    Pharaoh Ant[Monosodium paragons] [Image]
    Pharaoh Ants: These ants are small and look orange almost. They can transmit diseases and bacteria in hospitals.

    • 1/16-inch long yellowish orange colored
    • Two nodes
    • Colonies live indoors and forage around outside beneath eaves and overhangs.