Extermination of pharaoh ants

If you see tiny amber ants, call us!

(514) 600-3691

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Not sure? Take a good look at the pictures and inspect the ants that are walking around your home, it's important.

The treatment to get rid of it is quite laborious and requires several precise instructions. Don't do it yourself, you may be working for nothing and making the situation worse; let us help you!

With us it’s very simple:

  1. You call us, you explain your situation, you give us your contact information, we agree on a procedure to follow.
  2. A minute later, you receive a preparation document by email, you read it and determine when you’re going to be ready.
  3. You call us back to let us know when it’s a good fit for you and we make an appointment for that day.
  4. A technician comes by to do the treatment, you follow the instructions properly and VOILÀ! Your problem is solved!

This ant is often confused with other small brown ants because they walk around in tight columns and forage in kitchens. Some people mistakenly call them « sugar ants ».

The pharaoh ant is not a native variety and it is not cold resistant. That’s why it colonizes heated human dwellings and wants to stay there.

The colony starts with a few individuals and a queen, then when it is big enough, it divides and goes to find a new territory. It lives in the structure of buildings and spreads to all floors.

Eliminating these ants is possible, but beware, the property of this ant is that if you assault the colony with an insecticide or other cleaning agent, it will start producing new queens and it will spread small colonies all over the place to ensure its survival.

After just one spray of insecticide, the single colony may have grown into three or six colonies. And this multiplication will continue as long as the colonies feel « endangered. »

Obviously, the more colonies there are to eliminate the more difficult it is to destroy them all. It is often a large job.

If you identify them, contact us immediately to get rid of them. With special techniques and special baits we can get rid of them.

To learn more about this insect visit our pest encyclopedia section on Pharaoh Ants.

Contact us we are specialists.

We follow the recommendations of Health Canada and the Quebec Ministry of the Environment to ensure the best possible application of pesticides.

We work for you, and your health is important to us.

We serve the greater Montreal area, Longueuil, Laval, the north shore and the south shore.

We also treat all other pest problems ( bed bugs, grubs, wasps, spiders etc)

To learn more about these pests, visit our encyclopedia of parasites.

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