Prevent an Infestation
Bed bugs may enter your home through luggage, clothing, used beds and couches and other furniture items. They can fit into tiny spaces and live in groups in hiding places throughout your home.
Odorous House Ants
Adapts Nesting Locations
Pantries and kitchen cupboards are common spots to find these pests as they prefer to be in a warm environment and close to moisture. If they cannot access the indoors, they will nest outside.
Alter the Outdoor Area
Reduce moisture levels around the space, keep shrubbery and trees maintained so they are not in direct contact with your building, and store lumber and firewood away from the building in a dry place.
Excavate to Form Tunnels
Since they do the majority of the damage internally in a home, the only external sign of their presence is the appearance of small openings on the surface of wood, and sawdust like shavings.
Rats and Mice
Property Damaging Pests
While their little faces may look innocent, these pests can cause significant property damage because they chew or gnaw on insulation, siding, wiring and more in your home.
8 Legged Guests
If you live near the water in British Columbia chances are you are dealing with large numbers of spiders surrounding and inside your home. While most species pose little to no danger to people, they are unsightly and not exactly the ideal house guest you’re hoping to run into on a regular basis.