Carpenter Ants

Carpenter Ants are large.  Minor workers are around 3/8 inch long and major workers are about 3/4 inch long.  The colony is typically located in wood however they do not eat wood like a Termite. They excavate the wood to make room for the colony.  Mature Carpenter Ant colonies expand outward, producing what are called satellite colonies. Homes are constantly at risk for start up colonies to develop.


Without proper treatment, a constant progression of damage is inevitable. Penn Pest Technicians are trained to locate and treat these colonies to save your property from damage.


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