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Ant Removal Toronto


Professional residential and commercial Ant Removal service.

Bugs Heat Terminator: Providing you with an ant-free home

Ants are amongst the most diverse and successful insects on earth. These tiny yet persistent creatures can quickly infest your property and become a nuisance, crawling in every corner of your house and spoiling your food. An ant infestation requires effective ant removal by professional ant exterminators and involves preventative measures to be taken to avoid these outside intruders from returning to your property.


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What types of ants you may see around?

Effective ant control requires the correct identification of ant species. Following are the ant species you may encounter in your house or surroundings:

Black Carpenter Ants:

  • Largest and cause structural damage.

  • Live in colonies with their workers and a queen.

  • About 1.2 cm in length and completely black with yellowish hair on the abdomen.

  • Active at night and may be seen colonizing round decaying wood.

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Argentine Ants

  • Most bothersome species.

  •  Prefer to live outside but cause much trouble if come inside to forage for food. 

  • Light to deep brown in color

  • Range from 2.2 to 2.8 millimeters in length.

  • Known to have hundreds of queens and millions of ants, thus covering entire city blocks.

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Pavement Ants:

  • Range from 2.5 to 4 mm in size.

  • Found in cracks in concrete, pavement, patio stones, walls, and under the floors.

  • Have a brownish-black body and pale-colored legs.

  • Have two spines at the end of the thorax as a distinguishing feature.

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Pharaoh Ants:

  • Tiny ants, about 2 mm in length.

  • Yellowish-brown to light red in color.

  • Found in warm, humid environments like beneath the floors, behind the interior walls, and baseboards.

  • Their colonies can grow to be quite large, with many nests.


Odorous House Ants:

  • Nest almost anywhere but mostly under stones, logs, mulch, or debris.

  • Can also be found in a bird's or mammal's nests and inside homes within walls, window frames, and insulation.

  • The foul odor is their distinguishing feature.

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Thief Ants:

  • Among the tiniest household ants.

  • Their habit of nesting close to, or even within, the nests of other ants gives this species its name.

  • Have pale yellowish to light or deep brown bodies.

  • Typically, 1.5 mm to 2.2 mm long.

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Why do ants invade our properties?

Ants usually like outdoors and come into our homes for four reasons:


1. In search of food:

As soon as these pests find a good location to find the food, they will quickly let their friends know and in no time, you will encounter a full-blown ant infestation.

2. To find water or moisture:

Ants, like all other living beings, need water for their survival. However, they do not require large quantities of it. Although some species need to nest close to a reliable source of water, most of these pests fulfill their water need from the food they eat.


You can occasionally encounter ants infestation during dry periods. Additionally, heavy rains can flood their nests, forcing them to relocate their nests to the nearby shelter, which is your property.

3. To find nesting sites:

Ants species, like carpenter ants, build their nests and lay eggs to establish new colonies or expand existing ones inside woos structures.

4. In search of shelter:

During extreme weather conditions like heavy rains, extreme hot or cold, ants may enter your homes in search of a more suitable environment for their colonies. 

Why hire professional ant control services?

Professional ant exterminators specialize in ant control and removal. These experts use safe and targeted methods to eradicate these pests from your living spaces.


If you are wondering, "Is there an Ant Exterminator Near Me?" rest assured that Bugs Heat Terminator is just a call away. Our team of experts assesses the level of infestation and recommends the most appropriate ant extermination methods for your property.

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Our Guarantee

At Bugs Terminator we guarantee our treatment plan 100%. If there is a new problem with pest control or other covered pests, we will treat it immediately and at no cost to you.

“Immediately” means that you are our priority, not when we can get you on our schedule.


What methods do we use to control ant pests?

The following are the methods available for effective ant control and removal:

  1. Ant Baits.

  2. Ant Traps.

  3. Exclusion Technique (involves sealing cracks, gaps, and entry points as preventive measures).

  4. Regular Inspections (ensure the success of ant pest control efforts and prevent reinfestations).

How much does an ant extermination cost?

The cost of an ant extermination may change depending on the several factors: 

  • The type of ant.

  • The extent of the infestation, and 

  • The chosen extermination method.


While there are several DIY ant control methods available, professional ant pest control is generally more effective and long-lasting. On average, ant removal services may range from a few hundred to a thousand dollars, depending on the severity of the infestation


Other Pests We Control


Wasp control


Bed bug 


Ants control


Fly control


Pigeon control


Spider control


Flea control

For more information and an estimate please contact us and we will provide you with a quote that suits your needs


Ants not only damage your property but also pose potential health risks. With the help of a reputable ant exterminator in your area, you can eliminate ants, safeguard your health, prevent further infestations, and regain control of your home and garden from these pests.


With a commitment to customer satisfaction, our team of experienced pest technicians makes sure that your property is free of this nuisance. Contact Bugs Heat Terminator for an ant-free environment.

Contact Bugs Heat Terminator for an Ant-free environment


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