Are Little Fire Ants (LFA) bugging you?

Are Little Fire Ants (LFA) bugging you?

The LFA was first found on the Big Island in 1999 and have slowly spread to most areas of the east side of the island. LFA are very small, walk slowly, and have a uniform orange color. They are usually found in bushes and up in trees. The LFA’s bite feels like a burning rash. If you are unsure if you have LFA on your property, a simple test can be done by putting some peanut butter on a chopstick and placing it in the ground. Place the baited stick in a few shady moist places around your property. If you have Little Fire Ants infestation the stick will have the LFA within a hour. We provide one time services to eliminate these infestations around the home or can keep your area free of LFA with a regular maintenance service. Just because the Little Fire Ants are taking over our island, it doesn’t mean you need to live with them. Contact our office for a free consultation on this pest or any other pest that is
bugging you.