They don’t make a habit of coming inside but once they do it can get out of control pretty quickly. Many times the fire ant will invade a baby or toddlers room because scout ants find candy, cookie crumbs or the milk from the babies bottle. Fire ants are very active at night and this results in bites and stings as more and more ants are recruited on to the sleeping child’s bed for food. We get panicked calls quite often from parents who don’t care what it costs or how much you need to spray, they just want them stopped.
In this short video I’ll give you an example of how we stop invading fire ants cold. It’s not rocket science but knowing where and what to look for goes a long way to protecting your home and children.