AntsIf you see a couple ants in your home, chances are good that there is a lot more.  You could have hundreds if not thousands throughout your home before you realize you have a ant control problem. At the first sign of ants or carpenter ants in your home, call Pest-Gone, LLC pest control in NJ and allow one of our highly trained technicians assist you in taking care of your pest concerns. 

Pest-Gone, LLC pest control in NJ provides ant control services with a high level of expertise and experience in ant and carpenter ant control and ant removal services in NJ.  Whether it's your NJ home or business, Pest-Gone, LLC will provide you a detailed inspection and any necessary ant or carpenter ant treatment needed to resolve your problem. With our eco-friendly and effective ant removal service, your NJ home or business will be free of any ant or carpenter ant problems.

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Ants vary greatly in size, from less than 1/16th of an inch to over an inch in the various species. They are almost all either black, brown, or reddish in color. They are different from most other insects in that they have a distinctly "elbowed" antenna. Ants have a highly developed, very complex social structure. There is a worker class, usually made up of sterile females, and a reproductive class consisting of both males and females with wings. A few also have a soldier class. They live in colonies, usually found either underground or in dead wood, but may adapt to other habitats. Seasonally the winged males and females emerge from the colony to reproduce-the males then die, and the females go on to form a new colony. Workers obviously have the task of doing the work of the colony-gathering food, tending to the eggs, larvae, and pupa, and defending the nest.

Most ants are considered either scavengers or predators, however there are types that are harvesters, gathering seeds from plants or tending aphids to obtain their sweet, sticky secretions. Many ants are capable of biting or stinging people. Ants have the ability to communicate, and can even learn simple tasks. They communicate both by touch (tapping the antennas), and by leaving a chemical odor trail. The odor trail usually marks a path between the nest and a food or water source. Argentine Ants have spread rapidly because they are friendly to other colonies, unlike other ants. All ants in the United States are fortunate because they have no natural enemies-so they can spread wherever they wish.