Ants Pest Control & Treatment Methods

Ants ControlAnts are social insects and form colonies. They live in a caste system (queen, drone & workers) with each performing different roles & functions. They are found in all kinds of places as they travel to find food. While some inflict pain through bites & stings, they are normally just a nuisance to men.

Their food preference differs according to their species, ranging from sweet-based items, protein-rich food to grease. When the worker ants forage for food, they leave behind a scent trail (pheromones) for other members to find the way to the food source. Most of the time, only a small number of workers are out looking for food as the rest stay in the nest to do cleaning and caring for the brood.

Once an existing colony is over-populated, they will move to form a new one.

The common ants found in Singapore are:
  • Fire ants
  • Crazy ants
  • Sugar ants
  • Carpenter ants
  • Pharaoh ants

At 1800NoPests, we have the solutions to solve your ant infestation. Depending on the situation of each of our customers, our solutions consists

  • Thorough inspection of your home, office or restaurant for most suitable treatment.
  • Spraying of areas to eliminate current population & prevent their intrusion.
  • Gel, baits to eliminate colony.
  • Follow up visit to ensure infestation under control.

It is also very important to improve hygiene standard & housekeeping to deny them food and water source.

For free consultation, call our free pest hotline: 1800-6673787 (NOPESTS) or 6244 6926 to speak to our pest professionals today.

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