Bed bugs are a common pest that can be found throughout North America. These insects can invade your home and feed on the blood of both humans and pets, but calling our Kitchener bed bug control team can help eradicate them. After treatment, there are a few steps you can take to prevent re-infestation and … Continue reading Kitchener Pest Control: Keeping Bed Bugs Away!
If you’ve ever seen an ant that looked as if it’s on steroids, chances are you saw a carpenter ant. Carpenter ants get their name from the fact that they create their colonies out of materials they take away from damaged or damp wood. While alarming to look at, carpenter ants do not pose a … Continue reading 5 Surprising Things You Didn’t Know About Carpenter Ants
Summer is a time to enjoy your outdoor living area. Whether you’re gathering around a campfire, firing up the barbecue or simply enjoying a relaxing afternoon on your patio, you deserve an outdoor area free from pests. In the summertime, wasps are common intruders when you’re trying to enjoy the peaceful outdoors, so explore tips … Continue reading Here’s what you need to know when dealing with wasps this summer
Many people use the terms “hornet” and “wasp” interchangeably, but doing so is inaccurate. While it is true that all hornets are wasps, it is important to note that not all wasps are hornets. There are many similarities between wasps and hornets as well as bees. All three types of insects buzz have the propensity … Continue reading Wasps Vs. Hornets: What’s the Difference?
Mice infestations can spread bacteria, trigger allergic reactions in humans and contaminate food sources. If mice are not contained quickly, humans can get sick because of the number of feces left behind. Rodent fecal matter becomes hazardous once dry and can cause diseases, including listeria and salmonella. In addition to potential health threats, mice are … Continue reading Why Eco-friendly Mice Control Options are Worthwhile
It is no secret that insect populations flourish in the summer months. Be it flies, bees, spiders, fleas or ticks, we name it, and you’ve probably seen it at some point during the summer. If you live in a densely populated neighbourhood, you may also have noticed a resurgence of the dreaded bed bug, leading … Continue reading Summer Bed Bug Challenges in Urban Neighbourhoods
Bed bugs get their name because they often take up residence in the bed to feed on humans. Bed bugs are most often associated with humans, but they will feed on any warm-blooded mammal or even birds and chickens. The peak season for bed bugs is from June to October. They love the heat and … Continue reading The Rise of Insecticide-Resistant Bed Bugs
Winter and fall tend to be the seasons when most homeowners find mice in their homes. It makes sense because the tiny rodents are trying to find warm homes for the cold months ahead. Understanding why rodents might invade your home in the summer can help you prevent many problems associated with mice and other … Continue reading Summer Rodent Control and COVID19 Management