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Carpenter

Ants

A colony of Carpenter Ants in your home could present structural issues. We can help you get rid of them for good! Our experienced professionals are serving you in the U.P. and Northern Wisconsin. Contact us today.
Are you infested with carpenter ants? A colony of Carpenter Ants in your home could present structural issues. We can help you get rid of them for good!

Are you infested with carpenter

ants?

Carpenter ants prefer to live in dead, damp wood. This is where this large (.25 to 1 inch) ant likes to build its nest. They don't eat the wood, but they can hollow out sections of trees or pieces of wood in your home. This is the most common type of ant found in United States homes. There are over a thousand other species in the genus Camponotus.   All ants in this genus, and also some related genera, possess an obligate bacterial endosymbiont called Blochmannia. This bacterium has a small genome and retains genes to biosynthesize essential amino acids and other nutrients. This suggests the bacterium plays a role in ant nutrition. Many Camponotus species are also infected with Wolbachia, another endosymbiont that is widespread across insect groups.
Carpenter ants will cut "galleries" into wood either inside or outside your home to move from location to location within the nest. Under windows, roof eaves, decks, and porches are the most common places to find these ants because they have the most exposure to moisture.   Our expert exterminators will come to your property, assess the problem and offer you a solution.
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Carpenter Ants

A   colony   of   Carpenter   Ants   in   your   home   could present   structural   issues.   We   can   help   you   get   rid of them for good! Our   experienced   professionals   are   serving   you   in the U.P. and Northern Wisconsin. Contact us today .
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Are you infested with carpenter ants?

Carpenter   ants   prefer   to   live   in   dead,   damp   wood. This   is   where   this   large   (.25   to   1   inch)   ant   likes   to build   its   nest.   They   don't   eat   the   wood,   but   they   can hollow   out   sections   of   trees   or   pieces   of   wood   in your   home.   This   is   the   most   common   type   of   ant found    in    United    States    homes.    There    are    over    a thousand other species in the genus Camponotus.   All   ants   in   this   genus,   and   also   some   related   genera, possess   an   obligate   bacterial   endosymbiont   called Blochmannia.   This   bacterium   has   a   small   genome and   retains   genes   to   biosynthesize   essential   amino acids     and     other     nutrients.     This     suggests     the bacterium     plays     a     role     in     ant     nutrition.     Many Camponotus      species      are      also      infected      with Wolbachia,       another       endosymbiont       that       is widespread across insect groups.
Carpenter   ants   will   cut   "galleries"   into   wood   either inside   or   outside   your   home   to   move   from   location to    location    within    the    nest.    Under    windows,    roof eaves,    decks,    and    porches    are    the    most    common places    to    find    these    ants    because    they    have    the most exposure to moisture.   Our     expert     exterminators     will     come     to     your property,    assess    the    problem    and    offer    you    a solution.
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