Booklice Control In Singapore

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Issues With Booklice

Booklice are small, colorless insects that lack wings and instead feed off mold and other decaying substances. If you think you have booklice in your home or workplace, check areas like bookshelves, closets, papers or any damp space.

While booklice do not carry disease, they can cause significant damage to homes and businesses by eating through paper products, including books, wallpaper, and even insulation. In addition, booklice can be a nuisance as their constant presence can be quite irritating.

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Our Process - Booklice Control

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Premise Inspection

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Targeted Treatments

Fortifying Your Premise

Monitoring & Follow Up

Enjoy 4 Months+ Warranty For Ultimate Peace of Mind

T&C Apply

  • Includes full treatment method application (when needed)
  • Re-Inspection and review
  • Covers technician’s trips down to your premise

Our Booklice Control Solution

Mold Removal

The first step in booklice control is to remove any mold or other decaying material that the insects are feeding on. This may require some deep cleaning and decluttering of your premise.


The next step is to improve the sanitation of your home or office. This means regularly cleaning and vacuuming, as well as ensuring that there is no standing water or dampness anywhere on the premises.

Insecticidal Spray Treatment

We will administer an insecticidal spray; this will help to quickly eliminate any booklice that are present. However, the spray alone will not solve the problem, as booklice will quickly return if their food source is not removed and sanitation is not improved.

Ensuring Good Ventilation

It is also important to ensure that your premise has good ventilation. This will help to prevent the build-up of moisture, which booklice need in order to thrive.

If you are struggling with a booklice infestation, we can help! Our experienced staff will work with you to develop a customized treatment

Here's What You Will Get From Our Inspection

Accurate diagnosis done
Get an in-depth home inspection – where we will find out the root issue of your pest situation

Quotation and breakdown given
Get a fair quotation and the most suitable pest treatment recommended for your home situation

90 days (or more) warranty (T&C apply)
Never worry about pest recurrence during our warranty period, and enjoy proper follow ups done by our team


Hear From Our Recent Works

"Professional", "Reliable & Trustworthy" "Value For Money", "They Go The Extra Mile"

Ms Rine
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The team is very systematic in their approach. No hard sell and no overpromising. They really deliver and I would like to commend Kamil and the team.
Ms Mey
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Technician Alex is super helpful and he went beyond his duty to assist all sorts of potential pest within our home. He also reached out to us even after the warranty period just to check on us!
Rosen Tay
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Used to have pest problems all the time, but after engaging their team, I see very rare, if not no pest occurance in my home.

We Handle a Wide Range of Pest Control Projects

Commercial Projects

Offices, industrial buildings, governmental projects, and more.

Facility Management Projects

Restaurants, retail, schools, healthcare, hospitality, etc.

Home Projects

Residential projects: HDBs, Condos, Private properties, etc.

FAQs Got a question? We’re here to help.

Booklice are tiny, wingless insects that are often mistaken for lice. They are pale in color and have long antennae. Booklice range in size from 1-10 mm.

Booklice attach themselves to wet surfaces, lay their eggs in the pearlescent variety and cement them there. Instead of a larval period, the insect grows through four distinct nymphal stages before maturing into an adult for around a week.

Booklice are associated with wetness. It’s possible that it’s due to the new plaster drying out, inadequate ventilation in the kitchen/bathroom, or a leaking water pipe.

Booklice feed on mold and fungi. They are often found in damp, humid areas where mold is present.

Booklice are not harmful to humans or animals. However, they can damage paper products and books if left unchecked.

– Small, wingless insects crawling on surfaces

– Musty or moldy odor

– Damage to paper products or books

– Obvious mould and damp patches seen in affected areas

Effective Treatments

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