Red and black fire ants were accidently introduced into the U.S. in the 1930’s and have been spreading ever since creating major agricultural and urban problems. Fire ants can cause both medical and environmental harm.
A fire ant colony may contain 100,000 to 500,000 insects, thus increasing the likelihood that multiple stings will be inflicted.
Fire ants are difficult to control for several reasons: the colonies are often very large and extend under the ground a great distance. Colonies often have multiple queens, so they can recover if a part of the colony and a queen or two have been killed, and they often occur in large numbers, so that when you have eliminated one colony another will likely move in to occupy the space.
Because the queen ant is capable of producing 1500 eggs a day, a treatment program is essential in controlling reduction of the fire ant. Treatment every six months is important.
Application in the spring and early summer begins the process and the fall application allows the product to reduce fire ants over the winter. Texas Fire Ant Control uses effective products to treat the fire ants.
We provide wall-to-wall exact application rates with speed and accuracy and with a minimum of interference to your daily routine or operation. Texas Fire Ant Control uses effective products licensed by the EPA to treat fire ants.
We provide FREE QUOTES. Price is determined by size of property treated.
The guarantee is simple: if our service does not work within the time frame specified to you at the time of application, we will re-treat the area of infestation at no charge. We promise to satisfy every customer!
If you live in the Fort Worth, Dallas or North Texas area call us at 800-674-8268 or 817-422-7277.
We service a wide area including the communities of Granbury, Cleburne, Stephenville, Hillsboro, Alvarado, Weatherford, Aledo, Azle, Springtown, Decatur, Denton, Waxahachie and many more.