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Ant Exterminators – Control & Removal

Your Local Ant Control Experts

Serving Russellville | Little Rock | Fort Smith | Fayetteville | Springdale

Delta Pest Control Inc has proudly led Arkansas in ant pest control for over 46 years. We understand the frustrations that come with ant infestations. Ants are one of the most common types of household pests, and when they get inside your house, their trails can seem never-ending. They are also active year-round in our area, so it's important to know the best ways to keep them outside in the first place. DIY ant control methods often fall short of fixing or even worsen the problem, so working with professional ant exterminators is your best bet.

Our ant control team is equipped with professional tools and trained in expert measures of keeping all ant species out of homes or businesses for good.

Dependable Ant Exterminator Services

Most people in Arkansas have had to deal with ant problems at one point or another. It’s easy to rush to the store to rely on trapping or baiting products, but store-bought options aren’t geared to assess ant infestations at their sources. Ant colonies are capable of splitting up into multiple satellite groups, attacking your building from every angle, and becoming even more difficult to get rid of. It’s essential to work with your local ant extermination experts, like Delta Pest Control, to put a stop to your infestation before it gets out of hand. We offer a year-round preventative pest control program, ensuring your home remains pest-free* at all times.

Ant Exterminators for YOUR HOME

Our Steps For Residential Ant Control

Trying to get rid of ants on your own can yield disappointing results or even worsen your problem. It’s best to team up with an ant exterminator like ours at Delta Pest Control Inc to get rid of ants by stopping them at their source.

Here are the steps our team will take to keep you ant-free:

  1. Our ant control specialists will conduct a property-wide inspection to find the anthills and the active ant species.
  2. We will use professional ant control products and techniques to get rid of ants on your property. 
  3. Our experts will make exclusion efforts to keep ants off of your property going forward.
  4. We will provide prevention advice and additional ant control as necessary to keep your home ant-free. 

Ant Removal for YOUR BUSINESS

Ant Control & Removal For Your Commercial Property

Ants can become a serious nuisance in many kinds of businesses, especially those in the foodservice or food processing industries. These insects travel far and wide in search of reliable food sources, establishing trails in grocery stores, restaurants, manufacturing facilities, and more. To make matters worse, some ants are capable of causing property damage by tunneling through wooden support beams, so you have to act quickly when you discover ants on your property. Our ant exterminators in Arkansas can get the job done. 

Over 46 years in ant control, our Arkansas ant exterminators at Delta Pest Control Inc have learned the best ways to keep ants out of all kinds of commercial properties for good. 

FAQs About Ant Control in Arkansas

Ants in Arkansas typically construct nests in the soil outside of homes. They may come inside looking for food sources, emitting pheromones to alert the colony. Some ants, like carpenter ants, may create nests inside walls by tunneling through wooden structures.

All ant species can bite, but the biting behavior varies. Harvester ants and fire ants, common in Arkansas, may bite to latch onto attackers and deliver a powerful sting. While all ants can bite, only some possess stingers.

It’s a misconception that ant “bites” are actual bites; they often result from ant stings. Fire ants, prevalent in Arkansas, inject venom during stings, causing raised welts similar to mosquito bites. Fire ant stings can sometimes lead to anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction requiring hospitalization.


Ants may suddenly appear due to various factors. They excel at finding open food sources, especially those with sugar. Leaving treats exposed can attract ants rapidly. Additionally, ants may have been present for days or weeks before becoming noticeable. Moisture in crawl spaces, beneath plumbing fixtures, kitchens, or bathrooms can attract ants.


To eliminate ant trails, identify their source or entry point, such as cabinets, baseboards, windows, doors, or plumbing fixtures, and seal these areas with silicone-based caulk. You can also use undiluted vinegar on ant trails or affected areas. Properly sealing and storing food when not in use is crucial. With that said, these are simply DIY methods you can try, but they are not a sure solution to your ant problem. Calling a professional ant exterminator in Arkansas is the best way to keep ants out of your home or business.


While ants don’t directly infect humans with diseases through bites or stings, they can carry and spread pathogens. Arkansas ants, like other ants, may carry Salmonella, posing health threats. Infestations in bathrooms and kitchens can lead ants to pick up germs and transfer them to surfaces.


Ants rest in short intervals throughout each 24-hour period, but not in the same way humans sleep. These pauses, lasting 1-8 minutes, don’t create large periods of inactivity. This means Arkansas ants can be active in homes at any time of the day.


Maintain a clean house in Arkansas to prevent ant invasions. Properly seal and store food, clean dishes promptly, and address spills, especially in moisture-prone areas like kitchens and bathrooms. Regularly check for openings in window and door screens, baseboards, and plumbing fixtures that could allow ants to enter. Regular professional ant control treatments is the best way at keeping pesky ants away.


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