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Clear Your Home with Our Professional Ants Treatment in Singapore

There are more than 12,000 ant species that exists worldwide. Each colony easily numbers up to 300,000 to 500,000 ants in each nest. Just imagine, how could you eliminate them just by spraying insecticides? The ants easily re-produce faster than you removing them. The common ant species you could find in Singapore are: Crazy, Carpenter, Sugar, Pavement and Pharaoh ants.

The lifespan of an ant colony is relatively long. Worker ants may live up to 7 years while queen ant may live as long as 15 years. Ants can enter even through the tiniest cracks; they communicate by leaving an invisible chemical trail containing pheromones for others to follow once they locate the food source. Usually, they intrude into our building for food, water and shelter.

Our treatment

Our experienced Technician would conduct a thorough inspection in your premises. Inspection is important for us to identify the species of ant infesting in your premises so that the most appropriate control is applied to eliminate the infestation. We would also provide advice on ant prevention and do our best to identify the source. We believe prevention is better than cure.

Research has shown that the most effective and long lasting ants treatment is through Baiting. We have a wide range of baits targeting different species. We understand that different species have their own preference of food and therefore, none of any available baits can kill or eliminate all the species.

Spraying is also essential but only at the external of your premises. We use only approved and registered preparation by NEA that is safe and effective. The external sprays leave a residual on the treated area and thus form a barrier to prevent intrusion of ants into your house. If required, spraying inside your premises will only be conducted upon your permission.

We would conduct a re-visit 7 days after our initial ants treatment in Singapore at no additional cost.


“Ant is the strongest creature in the world. They can lift up to 20 times their own body weight.”