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It’s estimated that there are over 20,000 different species of ants—these highly organized social insects can be found on every continent but Antarctica. In fact, ants are arguably the most common insect found in the home. From small nuisance to painful stings and even serious home damage, ants can affect our lives in numerous ways both minor and major. The following information will show you how to keep your yard and your home free of these annoying pests.

Where to Treat

For ants, you’ll need to treat both inside and outside your home. Inside—for spot killing and to prevent ants from moving indoors in search of food, water and shelter. Outside—to attack the colony directly and to make your yard inhospitable to troublesome insects, including ants.

What You Need

Our naturally sourced pesticide and repellent, Cedarcide Original, is our recommended product for indoor use. PCO Choice, our non-toxic outdoor pest control concentrate, is what we suggest for outdoor use (lawn, garden, bushes, shrubbery, etc).

Tips for Controlling Ants

Treating your yard each month with our naturally sourced outdoor pesticide, PCO Choice, will control active ant colonies and also help prevent ants from entering your yard—and ultimately your home. Pay special attention to the areas of the yard with the most ant activity, particularly on and around the ant mound. Ants seen indoors, can be addressed with Cedarcide Original. For added protection, spray window sills, baseboards, countertops, door frames and other entry points monthly Cedarcide Original.


Prevention is always the best form of pest control. Follow these simple guidelines to help keep ants out of your yard and home:

  • Keep your home clean and free of food debris—particularly the kitchen, sinks, flooring, and countertops.
  • Seal food in tightly closed containers.
  • Take the trash out regularly
  • Seal any cracks, crevices and holes ants could use to enter your home (use caulk or another sealant).


How to Get Rid of Ants
How to use Cedarcide Original
How to treat your Lawn for Fleas and TIcks


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