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Exterior spray, ant sand & ant bait

80% of the time an external spray stops or reduces the ants from coming inside. Occasionally ants can build a nest in the wall/roof, but most of the time they will either live outside, or they will head outside to get food, so an external spray is the most effective.

Sometimes a second treatment may be required for heavy infestations.

Ant Sand - Additional insecticide barrier, spread on grass and gardens around premise.

Ant Bait - Ants are attracted to the bait, consume it, and take it back to share with their colony.

Interior spray for additional protection

Spray of interior door frames and window frames. Option to add skirting boards, ceilings or ceiling cavity.

Commercial monitoring

Installation of insect detectors will stop ants in their tracks if they try to venture inside. For extra peace of mind, add ongoing monitoring.


Prices exclude GST.

Prices are dependent on house area / number of rooms.

EXTERIOR SPRAY (highly recommended)

Bottom perimeter of building, exterior door frames and window frames.

From $180

+ Eaves

From $40

+ Ant Sand

From $30

+ Ant Bait

From $30


Skirting boards, interior door frames and window frames.

From $180

+ Walls

From $20

+ Ceilings

From $20

+ Ceiling Cavity

From $50


+ Insect Detectors

From $15

+ Automatic Insect Spray Dispenser

From $15

+ Ongoing Ant Control



From $20 minimum charge


  • Valid Gold or Student card will receive 10% off.

  • Multi treatment discount receives 15% off.

  • Refer a friend and receive 20% off. (Up to $100)


Why get rid of ANTS?

Food Contamination: Ants are attracted to food sources and can contaminate them. They can crawl over surfaces, including countertops and food preparation areas, leaving behind trails of bacteria and pathogens. This can lead to foodborne illnesses and pose a health risk to you and your family.


Property Damage: Certain ant species, such as carpenter ants, can cause damage to structures. They excavate wood to build their nests, potentially compromising the structural integrity of wooden elements in your home or property. Addressing ant infestations can help protect the longevity and stability of your property.


Garden and Landscape Damage: Ants can disrupt the growth of plants and damage garden areas. Some ant species cultivate aphids or scale insects, which feed on plant sap. Ants protect these pests in exchange for their honeydew secretion, causing harm to plants and reducing their overall health.


Allergies and Stings: Some people may be allergic to ant bites or stings, resulting in itching, swelling, and even severe allergic reactions. Fire ants are known for their painful stings and aggressive behaviour when their nests are disturbed. Eliminating ants can help reduce the risk of painful bites and stings.


Household Disruption: Large ant colonies can be a nuisance, with ants frequently appearing in various areas of your home. They can invade pantries, cabinets, and other storage spaces in search of food. Dealing with ant trails and the constant presence of ants can disrupt your daily activities and cause frustration.


Pest Control Maintenance: Ant infestations can attract other pests, such as cockroaches or spiders, as they are a food source for these creatures. By addressing ant issues promptly, you can prevent secondary pest problems and reduce the need for additional pest control measures.


If ant infestations become overwhelming, consulting with a professional pest control company can provide peace of mind.

NZ ants attacking a caterpillar
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