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Why Carpenter Ant Season Lasts Year-Round In Texas

January 8, 2019

In many states, you could probably argue that carpenter ants might become less of a problem as the seasons get colder during the year. Usually, carpenter ants are introduced into homes that are already close to an existing colony. Old stacks of firewood, dead logs, moist tree trunks, and wooden fencing are all prime examples of areas that are likely to have a carpenter ant infestation.... Read More

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Common Ways Carpenter Ants Damage Homes

August 31, 2017

While carpenter ants have nothing on termites, they can still do quite a bit of damage if they are allowed to multiply and thrive in your Texas home. In cooler climates, these wood-destroying pests may slow down during the winter months, but not so much here in Texas where the weather stays temperate enough for carpenter ants to continue their work all year long.... Read More

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