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Carpenter Ants

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Inside carpenter ant nests will be found in windows, around doors, and in moist or decaying wood.  A key sign of these ants' presence in your home are piles of "frass" that the ants have mined out of the wood while building their nest.  Often, these ants will enter a structure by utility and plumbing lines and also through the eves. Outside the ants may be found in dead trees, logs and rotten tree stumps.     

Carpenter ant colonies are a medium sized colony with about 3,000 workers.  Control is obtained by using baits and aerosols to locate and destroy the ants nest.

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