Pest Control News Archive

Below you can check out some of our interesting pest control news updates from the past. We cover a broad range of topics from the obvious pest control, to bed bugs, cockroaches, ants, mice, rodents, bees, wasps, various bugs, and wildlife to name a few. Fee free to explore our website for more great pest control content.

Pest Control News Archive

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Sep 2016
Cockroaches are becoming a big problem and are actually expected to become the number one pest in North America in the coming years, according to pest control experts. In less than a year, one female cockroach can give birth to over 100,000 roaches, making this a very serious issue if not handled appropriately. In Ottawa alone, 15 schools have reported having cockroach infestations over the summer and are doing everything they can to eliminate the problem. One of the crucial steps in the control efforts is to notify parents of the problem so that they can check their children’s backpacks everyday to make sure they are not bringing any of these creepy pests home with them.
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Aug 2016
Now that the end of the summer is approaching, it’s time to be more vigilant with wasps. As they notice the daylight getting shorter and food sources dwindling, wasps tend to become more aggressive. For some people this is just a painful annoyance, but it can be especially dangerous for people who have an allergy toward wasp stings. The best thing you can do to minimize your encounters with wasps around your home is to be proactive and remove anything that may attract them to your property. During this time of year they are more attracted to sugary and protein rich foods so be sure to clean up any remnants of these foods from your property and properly seal your garbage and recycling when placing it outside.
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Jul 2016
Rodents seem to be a reoccurring problem in some of Vancouver’s civic theatres. It has been a problem for several years now, and the worst part is that there is no end in sight. According to the local pest control company that was contracted by these civic theatres, the rodent problem cannot be solved even if millions of dollars were spent on sealing the buildings and placing traps in the walls. Even by practicing regular maintenance and daily cleaning routines, rodent problems continue to flourish. Some experts believe this is due to the fact that these theatres are located in very old buildings where rodents have established themselves over the years.
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