Serving Mercer, Ocean, Monmouth, Middlesex County
We noticed that the ants were extremely active. That's because the ants knew it was going to rain and they were trying to head for higher ground before the rainfall arrived.
Ants can sense the barometric pressure change in the air. Once they sense this change, they start gathering their eggs and start moving to a more secure location to avoid the rainfall.
We found several active ant hills right next to the patio and decided to treat each mound individually with a non-repellent product.
By doing this, the ants would keep coming and going while coming in contact with the product.
This way they will spread the product throughout the whole nest when they feed and groom each other and ensures rapid elimination of the entire colony.
A new client in Toms River, NJ was becoming frustrated with the ants that were all over her outdoor patio. She had tried several home remedies but none of them seem to work. Finally, she decided to call Cowleys services to rid her patio space of the ant activity.