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I would like to thank Jamie the customer service rep at Bulwark and the Tech that comes out to my home Hyrum, Hyrum is such a nice and intentive worker he is so aim to please and he does and when he leaves my home I feel so good that I keep choosing Bulwark to keep coming to my home month to month, I have had so many different pest control companies ask me to switch, (that will not happen) lets face it alot of the pest control companies out there may have the same chemicals so alot of the time what sets them apart is the customer service part of it... That is where Jamie and Hryum come in, Jamie who is the customer service rep she is the greatest she always willing to please!! So I highly recommend this company to anyone! They have it all the customer service, price and "pest control" Lori St. George‎

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How Big Are Pavement Ants?

The pavement ant ranges in size from 1/10 to 1/8 inch.

How Do Pavement Ants Look Like?

This is a shiny black, double-node ant that has a small pair of spines at the back of the thorax.

What Do Pavement Ants Eat?

Indoors these ants feed on greases, pet foods and any sweet materials. Outdoors they feed on fruits and the sweet honeydew produced by aphids and mealy bugs.

What Do Pavement Ants Do?

Pavement ants have a habit of creating nests under asphalt or concrete slabs. As they build their shallow nests, they push small mounds of soil out through cracks and expansion joints. The nests may also be found under debris or objects on the ground, as well as within structures near heat sources in the winter. Activity is generally begun at dusk or later, and the slow moving workers commonly forage for food within structures. They are attracted to lights and may find their way indoors at night. The pavement ant is capable of stinging.

How Do Pavement Ants Reproduce?

Queens lay eggs and tend to the young who eventually develop into worker ants. Existing workers take over the egg-tending responsibility and shift the brood from place to place as moisture and temperature fluctuate in the nest. Workers often go inside structures to forage for food for the queen and her young.

Interesting Facts About Pavement Ants:

Pavement ants move in slow deliberate motion and are not easily disturbed. They may move through plumbing pipes and electrical wires. In spring, adjacent colonies fight, producing spectacular sidewalk ant battles.
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