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Residents face frequent ant problems in Pleasant Farms. When ants wake up from hibernation in the springtime, they’re hungry for food and will go anywhere that offers them sustenance. Ants are omnivorous, so they’ll eat anything, including other small bugs and even plants. However, the food and water inside homes in Pleasant Farms is much more appealing – even to them. Ants will get inside through small, unnoticeable holes or cracks in weather stripping, windows, and walls. Once inside, the adventure begins.
Most ants are fairly harmless, such as sugar ants and pavement ants. They don’t do much long term damage. Carpenter ants, however, can create major problems for homeowners. They chew tunnels through wood. If firewood, fencing, or wooden construction materials are close to the home, carpenter ants can use those materials for nesting. They are then drawn to food and water inside the home. To avoid both ants and carpenter ants, keep branches and other materials a few feet from the home. Keep kitchens clean and fix any leaky pipes. As the temperatures fluctuate during the ever-changing seasons, you can bet on Fox Pest Control when it comes to protecting your home and yard year-round.
Mickey, Branch Manager of Fox Pest Control – Midland, grew up in the Permian Basin. Having lived in the area nearly his whole life, he’s been basically everywhere there is to go. Mickey said Pleasant Farms has always been a tiny, quiet town. Although the town is small, Pleasant Farms residents are welcoming and pleasant. Mickey is happy to do business in Pleasant Farms. Because of its size, it’s often overlooked in favor of the bigger cities. At Fox, we’re happy to do business with Pleasant Farms homeowners, valuable citizens of the Ector County community.
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