G-VEGAS BABY!!!!! Ok dude I'm a hour south of you I kno your pain I feel it bruddah. My apt and last trailor had BAD ants, the trailerpark FYI is a calling to all ants FREE FOOD FREE SEX FREE DRINKS to sum it up. My trailor I rented I had to remove all pinestraw from roof, they build houses in there, and they got there from the pine tree that had sagging limbs on the roof, cut them off. Next I cut the, wait no I scalped the shit outta the grass next to the trailer and tried to remove everything down to dirt almost, then sprayed the shit outta it with this big red container that has a spray handle on it (I forgot the brand its a red anti-freeze shaped plastic container for ants and such), spray all around the house, then make sure your windows are tight, most ants come through windows or openings in the floor. That helped them ALOT for the trailer, and ofcourse keeping foods and dirty dishes washed helps alot too. For my apartment I used the Liquid Terro stuff in small bottle, I just put a drop of the syrup like consistency "liquid" around the windows and the trails they used, even in my cabinets, all over since I don't have any kids and stuff now or pets. I've also heard about the chalk too, like for around your garbage can or something, hey I watched this guy make a all natural method from a type of fungi (mushrooms), its awesome his name is Ted Stamets he is a mycologist (mushroom genius). Let me link his video and a picture and a quote since its really neato.
He knew that a certain type of entomopathogenic fungus could repel carpenter ants and termites with its spores. A dish of the fungus wouldn’t work as a bait, because the insects would avoid it. So, he made a non-sporulating form in his lab. The ants ate it up, and the problem solved itself. But it didn’t end there. The tiny mushrooms that subsequently sprouted from the bodies of the insect corpses did eventually sporulate, and those spores effectively prevented reinvasion by other ant colonies. That makes this fungus an extremely effective, long-term, and environmentally preferable solution to chemical pesticides.
Yes thats a mushroom sprouting out of the ants head