Moisture Ants

Moisture Ants eat fungus growing in wet wood. They do not actually eat wood, although they do end up chewing on it.

You will probably not notice a moisture ant infestation until you pry up an old piece of plywood, or notice their "frass" dropping from walls or ceilings.

If you have a Moisture Ant problem, chances are you've also got a moisture problem. The only way to really get rid of Mositure Ants is to remove the water source, tear out all the wet wood, then seal everything back up with new material. Chemical pesticides alone will not get rid of a Moisture Ant infestation, but periodic applications can definitely slow them down.

Online Quote and Schedule

Get an instant online quote for Moisture Ant Treatment, and reserve an appointment time that works for you.

End Moisture Ant problems in 3 easy steps.

Step 1
Inspection
Step 2
Initial Treatment
Step 3
30 Day Protection
Day 1: Thorough inspection, and initial treatment
Follow-ups every 30 days
No contract required

Inspection is always our first course of action when addressing a pest infestation. One of our professional technicians will begin treatment by inspecting for damage, environmental factors, and other pest problems.

Our initial Moisture Ant treatment will be completed on the same day as your inspection.

Keep in mind that Moisture Ant treatment is only a temporary fix to your infestation. Moisture Ants will keep coming back until the source of the moisture or water damage is repaired.

We can help control your Moisture Ant infestation with monthly treatments, but we do not offer a warranty for treatment of this type of ant.