Pavement ants derive their name from their tendency to form colonies underneath and in the cracks of pavement or sidewalks. The Pavement ant rarely builds its colony inside the home, but it is common to see them venture inside in search of food.

What do Pavement Ants Look Like?

  • Brownish-black with pale colored legs.

Where Do Pavement Ants Live?

  • Cracks of pavement or sidewalks.
  • Along slabs of concrete.

How Do I Deal With Pavement Ants?

Sealing the cracks and crevices in your driveway or sidewalk will help eliminate the spots for pavement ants to build their colonies.  As with all ant problems, properly concealing food is also extremely important.

If you have a pavement ant problem that is in need of some professional assistance, contact U.S. Pest today! We offer a FREE pest inspection in order to suggest the proper pest control solution for your needs.