Citronella ants are now swarming! These pics and videos were taken yesterday in a basement in Hamilton, Ontario. The homeowner poured what looks like a bucket full of insecticidal dust on the floor of his furnace room, attempting to solve the issue himself. This species of ant, however, simply cannot be controlled with this product, … Continue reading Look Out for Citronella Ants in Hamilton, ON!
In Canada we have many different species of carpenter ants that vary in colour and size. Sometimes it can take the well-trained eye of a professional to identify a particular species. What’s the big deal? Carpenter ants are known for their destructive nature. They burrow into wooden structures to build their nests, not to eat … Continue reading Carpenter Ants at a Glance
Most of us are aware of the minimal space needed for a mouse to enter into a home. They are able to enter through gaps the size of a dime, weeping vents, piping and other vulnerable spots on the exterior of a home. However, once a mouse has entered your home (and made it their … Continue reading Mice in Your Mississauga Home?
Snow can be a real nuisance. It’s slippery, it’s cold and depending on how much you get it can cause non-stop shoveling! But snow can also be our friend, especially when it comes to tracking wildlife across our property. A dusting of snow can reveal the path that wildlife takes, for example, a mouse. This … Continue reading Unhappy Mouse Trails in Hamilton, Ontario!
The picture above was taken by one of our technicians during a Truly Nolen visit to a commercial facility in Oakville, Ontario. It shows the inside of a rat bait station that was placed on the building’s exterior by the previous pest control company responsible for the property. These locked boxes are filled with poison … Continue reading “Ah, rats!” a Common Cry from Oakville, ON Residents
Now that the holidays are over and 2014 has kicked off, the temperatures across Canada should be rising soon. In just a few short weeks, temperatures will once again rise into the double digits, heralding the beginning of spring and increased activity for all inhabitants of Canada. The temperature change also inspires Canadian homeowners to … Continue reading Spring Cleaning 2014: Getting Rid of Bed Bugs
2014 is now in full swing, and it’s hard to imagine that we’ve only rung in the New Year two weeks ago! A new year means a clean slate — but that doesn’t mean we should forget the lessons we learned the year before. While 2013 brought both great achievements and sad moments for humans across … Continue reading Year of the Pest: 2013’s Top Pest Moments