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Spider Mating Season in Ontario & Entry Prevention

2021-10-19T14:48:22+00:00By |Insects|

Usually, guests will enter your home with an invitation but there’s a good chance you’ll have some surprise visitors this year: spiders! Once a year you’ll likely notice an abundance of this 8-legged pests around and inside your home thanks to the timing of their mating season. Although spiders are generally harmless and don’t live

The Cost of Not Animal Proofing Your Home           

2021-09-22T13:57:40+00:00By |Wildlife Removal|

While the cost of animal proofing your home may feel like a significant one, allowing it to take a back seat can actually lead to even more costly repairs down the road! Backyard pests may seem like a minor annoyance but if they reach the point where they are finding ways into your attic, basement,

Why Do Squirrels Love My Attic?               

2021-08-30T22:10:15+00:00By |Squirrels, Wildlife Removal|

You’ve no doubt seen squirrels running around your neighbourhood and yard and wondered where they call home. These active critters typically prefer to live in forested areas where they have easy access to a steady supply of nuts and acorns, as well as plenty of shelter and protection from predators. However, with squirrel populations increasing

What is The Cost to Remove Wildlife From My Attic?

2021-06-29T18:35:45+00:00By |Bats, Birds, Raccoons, Rodents, Squirrels, Wildlife Removal|

While you may think your wildlife issue is a simple one, the costs to remove them can vary quite a bit. You may find yourself paying anywhere from $150 up to even $1000 depending on many factors. While some pest removal experts will charge a flat fee, others may charge an initial service fee with

Which Animals Go Under My Shed and Why?

2021-06-29T18:17:35+00:00By |Birds, Opossums, Raccoons, Skunks, Squirrels, Wildlife Removal|

When it comes to pests in your backyard, most will enter for a short visit and leave when they realize there isn’t any food for them back there. However, some pests will find their way into your yard and look for a place to make themselves comfortable. One of the most common areas for a

What is Animal Control vs. Animal Removal?

2021-06-29T18:17:35+00:00By |Birds, Raccoons, Squirrels, Wildlife Removal|

When you see wildlife doing things they maybe shouldn’t be doing in and around Halton, you may want to call someone to help you out. Whether we’re talking about a coyote hanging out in a residential neighbourhood, a dead animal on the side of the highway or a raccoon making himself comfortable in your attic

7 Ways to Prevent Raccoons from Entering Your Backyard

2021-06-29T18:37:18+00:00By |Raccoons, Wildlife Removal|

Raccoons are one of the most annoying pests to deal with if they’ve decided your home is a great place to hang out. They will get into your garbage, tear apart your garden, dig holes under your deck or shed, nest in your attic and scare away birds and other pets. There are many things

Why Animals Love to Get Under Your Porch

2021-06-29T18:17:36+00:00By |Opossums, Raccoons, Skunks, Squirrels, Wildlife Removal|

There are many places that pests will try to invade in and around your home. Warm, dark, quiet and out of the way places will no doubt be a magnet for many different kinds of rodents and other animals. One of the more common spaces that they may create a den is underneath your porch

Why Mice Love to Stay in Your Home

2021-06-29T18:34:33+00:00By |Rodents, Wildlife Removal|

When dealing with a pest infestation in your home it can be hard to know what you’re dealing with. Once of the most common pests to take up residence but fly under the radar are mice. These tiny creatures can look cute but can actually be quite the hassle, and are even harder to get

If There’s Mice Outside Your House, They’re Probably in Your House!

2021-06-29T18:34:47+00:00By |Rodents, Wildlife Removal|

If you spot a mouse in your backyard it’s probably no big deal, since they do actually live out there in the wild. But what if you start seeing several mice, and they seem to be hanging out back there and they don’t seem to be leaving? If you do start seeing signs of a

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