We were unable to get rid of the ants at our house; caulking and ants traps weren't working, so I headed over here to yelp where I found this business listing. I called and left a message asking for a return call, which came within thirty minutes or so from Chris. I explained our problem and talked to him for quite awhile. We've never had to call a pest control company before so really wanted to be sure before I committed myself to something I'd later regret. I had been impressed by All About Ants' website, and was further impressed with the way Chris answered my questions. He was thorough, friendly, and obviously well informed. So I decided to hire him. He went to the house the very next day, and oh my gosh, I was glad I'd called All About Ants. Chris found several nests of ants, and the problem was so severe that the varmints were even going up into our trees and shrubbery! He said that's very unusual, but why should I do things in a normal fashion, right? Why not go to worst case scenario from the very beginning! Chris said he doesn't usually see infestations of sugar ants this bad, but he sprayed over and under and around and inside and outside and wherever else he needed to using non-toxic to pets and people spray. Then (as I said, why should we do things the easy way?) he saw a carpenter ant. No biggie, right? Except that then he saw another one. And another. So he asked if i wanted him to spray for carpenter ants while he was there. Oh sure, gimme the whole thing (it did cost extra). The ants should all be gone in three weeks, and if they're not, he will come back at no charge. All About Ants' work is guaranteed, and I wasn't pressured to sign up for a yearly contract (which I can have if I want it). I'm glad I came to yelp first and very glad I found this company. I like that they take a one size DOESN'T fit all approach and I like that I wasn't pressured to sign up for a yearly contract. The price was reasonable, service was very fast and efficient, and I felt that my concerns were addressed in a very professional way. Thanks, Chris!