The Greater Toronto Area is under attack - from Bed Bugs. To date, Toronto has had over 2270 report of Bed Bug infestations across the city. That is more reports than San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago have combined! Bed bugs can be found in private homes, apartments/ condos, hotels/motels, public places such as businesses and offices. The question is, once you have them, how do you get rid of them? The answer comes by understanding the nature, habitat and lifecycle of bedbugs. To defeat your enemy, you must first understand them. Learn More...
Hearing bumps in the night is never fun but when they are coming from inside the house, your favorite scary movie would tell you never to ignore it. Wildlife infestation reports have been increasing over the last five years and popular house guests like Raccoons, Squirrels, Skunks and Bats can damage roofing, soil insulation and feces can create hospitable environments for maggots. Wild animals may react defensively if they feel they are defending their territory, resulting in scratches and bites. Such interactions can lead to bacterial infections and tetanus infections, and possibly even rabies. It is important to have suspected infestations professionally inspected ASAP to minimize damage to your home and long term repercussions. Our expert technicians will remove the intruder promptly and safely from your home.
Have you seen a mouse in the house? Chances are it is not alone. Mice are rapid breeders and tend to nest as soon as they have found a stable food supply. Mice breed every 1 – 2 months with litters of 4 – 7 young. At this rate, it is not hard to see how one mouse in the house can turn into a big problem very quickly. Mice are nocturnal and tend to nest within 30 feet of their food source. They contaminate food they come into contact with and can damage homes by chewing drywall and eating through cords, creating potential for fire hazards within your walls.
There are over 100 different species of ants in Canada. Some prefer to nest outdoors in soil and under rocks. However, others choose to nest beneath concrete slabs, in foundations and in wood. Expert diagnosis is strongly recommended as each species of ant respond differently to extermination treatments. Ant types must be properly diagnosed in order to apply the correct treatment resulting in effective extermination.