Anchorage(907) 441-1234
Eagle River(907) 696-1230
The Mat–Su(907) 863-1234
Kenai(907) 283-4090

Serving Anchorage, Eagle River, Mat–Su Valley,
and the Entire Kenai Peninsula

We're Alaska's bed bug experts!

Open 7 Days a Week

We target ants outside for control INSIDE

Over-the-counter sprays and ant repellents can cause ants to separate from their main nest making matters EVEN WORSE and will actually start new colonies. This is called “budding”.

That’s why we use an advanced, undetectable treatment applied outside your home or business where ants live. Ants never know it is there so they can’t react to it or avoid it. Instead they pick it up on their bodies and take it home with them where they spread it to the all the other ants in the colony, killing the whole nest – guaranteed.

Transferable Pesticides

We use insecticides that utilize a process where the product transfers from one individual to another affecting the entire population of ants. Even if an ant never makes direct contact with the pesticide or the treated area we can get them. When ants contact our products they carry it on their bodies and pass it on to any ants they subsequently come into contact with. Those ants pass it on to more ants, who continue the process of transferring it throughout the nest.


Ants and roaches never warned you before they invaded your home. So why warn them before you get rid of them? Our pest control products utilize an advanced “undetectable” technology inside your home to eliminate ants and cockroaches quickly and completely.


Carpenter ants are the most destructive insects to Alaskan homes. Contrary to what many people think, carpenter ants don’t actually eat wood; they use it to nest in. They create huge egg galleries in the wood. By doing that they can damage a home to a point where structural repair is needed.

A carpenter ant colony may contain a main nest and one or more “satellite nest”. A satellite nest contains pupae, mature larvae, and workers. Ants in satellite nests are the ones that normally do structural damage to homes in Alaska. Indoor nests can remain active at a reduced rate during the winter. Workers continue to forage for food and water. Infestations in houses can grow fast and cause a tremendous amount of damage to your home.


Our ant gel (and Arena’s) contains a unique active ingredient that is the only member of its class of chemistry, the oxadiazines, so it performs like no other insecticide. Based on its excellent environmental and toxicological profile, this new technology from DuPont Professional Products is in a select group of insecticides to receive reduced-risk classification under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Reduced-Risk Program.

This new ant gel is labeled by the EPA as being a “reduced risk pesticide.”

  • It has a very new and unique mode of action
  • These pesticides work through metabolic activation – that means the insects’ own internal enzymes change the molecular structure and attributes of the compound into a more potent form of insecticide.
  • These products are used at very low levels often, making these some of the most effective and safe choices in pesticides you can make.