In Singapore, several ant species are commonly encountered due to the country’s tropical climate and diverse ecosystem. Here are some of the most prevalent ant species found in Singapore:

Commonly known as the “Little Black Ant,” this species is small, measuring around 1.5 to 2 millimeters in length.

They have dark brown to black bodies and are often found nesting in cracks, crevices, and wall voids, particularly indoors.

Singapore ants are attracted to sweet and greasy foods, making kitchens and pantries their primary foraging areas.


These ants are characterized by their pale, almost translucent abdomens, which contrast with their dark-colored heads and thoraxes.

Ghost ants are small, ranging from 1.5 to 2 millimeters in length, and are commonly found nesting indoors in wall voids, cabinets, and other hidden areas.

They are attracted to sugary substances and can be a nuisance in homes and buildings, especially when they invade food sources.


Crazy ants are named for their erratic and unpredictable movements when disturbed.
They are small to medium-sized ants, measuring around 2 to 3 millimeters in length, and are typically dark brown to black in color.
These ants commonly nest outdoors in soil, leaf litter, and under rocks but can also invade homes and buildings in search of food.

Weaver ants are larger and more conspicuous than many other ant species, with workers measuring around 5 to 8 millimeters in length.

They have distinctive greenish bodies and are known for their unique nesting behavior, where they construct nests by weaving together leaves using silk produced by their larvae.

Weaver ants are primarily arboreal, nesting in trees and shrubs, and are commonly found in gardens, parks, and forests.

These are just a few examples of the ant species commonly found in Singapore. While most ants are harmless and serve important ecological roles, some species can become nuisances when they invade homes, gardens, and public spaces in search of food and shelter. Effective ant management often involves identifying the species present, implementing preventive measures, and employing targeted control methods when necessary.


Targeting the Source, Eliminating the Problem

Expert Ant Control Services

Our company of licensed and certified professionals is accredited by the National Environment Agency (NEA) and has extensive knowledge of different ant species and their habits. This allows us to provide precise and effective treatments for ant infestations in both commercial and residential spaces. We take great care in tailoring our ant control solutions to eradicate these pests completely.

Eliminating the Queen

The core of any ant colony is the Queen. She is much larger than the worker ants and is located deep inside the anthill. Our strategy involves using treatments that the worker ants collect and bring back to the Queen. This method allows us to poison the Queen and effectively collapse the entire colony from within.

Providing A Permanent Solution

Although over-the-counter insecticides can provide temporary relief, they rarely address the root cause of ant infestations. Ants are capable of creating new paths if their entry points are sealed, and some poisons lose effectiveness when ants return after treatment. Our ant control services offer a long-lasting solution that uses strong strategies to go beyond superficial fixes and permanently remove ant infestations from your property.

Your First Step Towards Effective Ant Control

Recognise the Signs of an Ant Infestation

Early identification of ant activity is vital to effectively control infestations and maintain a pest-free environment in your home or business. Here are some common indicators to watch for.

Visible Ant Trails

One of the most noticeable signs of an ant infestation is a trail of ants moving towards food or water. These trails suggest an active colony nearby and need immediate treatment to prevent further spread.

Ant Nests

Pay attention to small piles of soil or debris as they may indicate nest sites. These nests may be visible in quieter or less trafficked areas and can sometimes be right under your feet.

Wood Shavings and Sounds

You might notice fine wood shavings near wooden structures, especially with carpenter ants, or hear faint rustling sounds within walls. This type of damage requires a thorough inspection and targeted treatment by professionals.

Why Immediate Action is Necessary

Ignoring signs of ant infestations can cause severe damage. Early detection and professional ant treatment can prevent these problems, protecting your property from unnecessary expenses.

Practical Tips from Singapore’s Leading Ant Control Specialists

Preventing Ant Infestations

Preventing ant infestations is just as important as eliminating them. Implementing effective strategies can significantly reduce the likelihood of ants invading your premises. Here are some tips to help keep your environment ant-free.

Keep It Clean

Make sure that food crumbs and residues are cleaned up promptly. Ants are attracted to food sources, so keeping your kitchen and dining areas spotless can discourage ants from entering.

Seal Entry Points

Inspect your home or business for cracks and crevices that ants can use as entry points. Sealing these gaps with caulk or other appropriate materials helps prevent ants from accessing your property.

Eliminate Standing Water

Remove any sources of standing water around your property. Moisture attracts ants, so keeping the areas around pipes, faucets and exterior grounds dry will deter ant colonies from forming.

Regular Inspections

Schedule regular inspections and maintenance with a professional ant treatment service. These preventative treatments can help keep your environment ant-free and safeguard against future infestations.

Why Prevention is Key

Taking these preventive measures can significantly mitigate the risk of ant infestations. Early and proactive prevention is the most effective strategy, reducing the need for more intensive treatments later and maintaining a clean, healthy environment.




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