What do citronella ants look like?
Citronella ants are small light-brown ants that look golden, almost orange. When crushed they emit a strong lemon smell.
Are citronella ants dangerous?
Citronella ants do not bite or sting. They’re more of a nuisance than a danger.
Where are the citronella ants coming from?
Citronella ants often wander in through open doors and windows. Citronella ants do not build nests or breed inside homes.
How do I know if I have a citronella ant infestation?
If you have a citronella ant infestation, you’re likely to see foraging workers and swarms of the winged reproductives. These swarms last 3-4 days; they’re a nuisance, but not dangerous. Citronella ants also build their colonies in yards or near foundations, so you may see mounds of soil.
How do I get rid of citronella ants?
Call Debug and we’ll send a technician out. We’ll do a thorough inspection and then work with you to develop a plan to keep citronella ants out of your home or business.