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Olympia Ant Control Experts

Getting Rid of Uninvited Guests Since 1989

Regardless of how your home is constructed, where it’s located, or how old it is, it could be invaded by ants. In fact, ants are the number one “nuisance pest” in the U.S., and one that seems to multiply faster by the hour. While there are some home remedies to keep ants away, these pests are one of the hardest to get under control. At PestStop Pest Control, we make it our priority to help keep families in Western Washington ant-free.


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Types of Ants We Exterminate

We know all ants may look similar to the naked eye, but there are actually a few different species that all differ in the way they nest, eat, and cause damage. Our professionals are trained in dealing with everything from thatching ants and carpenter ants to moisture ants and odorous ants.

No matter what kind of ant infestation you are facing, PestStop Pest Control’s products and method of application are the least toxic for your family and pets. With ever changing advancements in the pest control industry, we pride ourselves on bringing you ant control treatments that exceed industry standards.

Preventing Ant Infestations

While our Olympia ant control experts are here to help you get rid of existing ant infestations, it's also important to take steps to prevent future infestations. Here are some tips to keep your home ant-free:

  • Seal cracks and crevices around the exterior of your home to prevent ants from entering.
  • Keep your kitchen and dining areas clean and free of crumbs and spills that can attract ants.
  • Store food in airtight containers to prevent ants from gaining access to it.
  • Trim back vegetation and trees that are close to your home to reduce the likelihood of ants finding their way inside.
  • Consider regular pest control maintenance to keep ants and other pests at bay.

By taking these preventative measures, you can reduce the risk of ant infestations and keep your home free from unwanted pests.

What Are Thatching Ants?

Luckily, thatching ants are considered beneficial insects and rarely infest/invade homes. They may only cause a problem if they invade your yard or kids play area because they tend to bite when disturbed. However, if they aren't causing any disturbance, we recommend letting them live. After a thorough inspection, our team will be able to assess whether pesticide application may be necessary.

What Are Carpenter Ants?

Carpenter ants damage wood by hollowing it out for nesting. When fragments of wood or sawdust shavings are found, that's a good indication that carpenter ants may have invaded your home. Though they nest in both dry and moist wood, wet areas like around sinks, bathtubs, leaking windows, or roofs are most favorable.

Another way to identify carpenter ants is based on their appearance. If you notice a swarm of black ants that vary in size, this might be the species you're facing. There are ways to prevent carpenter ants from coming into your home, but if it's too late, we recommend contacting a professional.

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What Are Moisture Ants?

Moisture ants are easily recognizable amongst the rest because of their yellowish-brown color. These ants are among the most common species found in Washington, frequently appearing in rotting wood within houses. Though they eat rotting wood similar to termites, they are not considered structural pests. Moisture ants invade wood that was rotted prior to their arrival. Once the decayed wood is removed, the ant population will likely move along with it.

With a thorough inspection PestStop Pest Control can determine the best course of action to remove the moisture ants from your home. Whether it be removing rotting wood or using toxic-free pesticide, we'll be sure to provide an effective solution.

What Are Odorous Ants?

Odorous ants are one of the most resilient species that there is. From being able to withstand both hot and cold temperatures, to being able to work and reproduce when heavily injured, it takes a lot to stop these ants in their tracks. Additionally, the odorous ant gets their name because of the foul smell that is released when they are crushed.

These tough ants find themselves nesting indoors in houseplants or lids of toilets, while outside choose to nest in moist soil. They come out mostly to prey on household foods, especially those that contain sugar. Despite being tricky to get rid of, the trained experts at PestStop Pest Control use no- toxic, yet effective methods of banning them from family homes and spaces. Rely on us for trusted extermination!

The Best Ant Removal in Olympia, King County, Pierce County, & Beyond

With ants being such a common pest issue throughout the United States, our experts know what it takes to remove them from your home without causing harm to your family or pets. Our top-of-the-line pest treatment is not only proven effective but is highly rated among our valued clients. 

Reach out to our team to schedule a free inspection or call us at (360) 506-6033 today!

    “Over the years I’ve used this service repeatedly for pest control services. They usually send a text informing me the day before of a pest service, but I always call them directly to schedule a specific time so I can have my garage and shed open, and ensure that my home’s crawl space is also inspected. My rodent problem is resolved and I encourage others to use Pest Stop as this company provides exceptional service at a reasonable price.”

    Eddie M.
PestStop Pest Control:
Serving South King County to Portland

Though our headquarters are in Olympia, our technicians reside in and dispatch from counties across a wide area from South King County in Washington down to Portland, Oregon. This makes it easier to serve you quickly and effectively.

1459 Old Israel Rd
Olympia, WA 98512
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