With winter on the horizon, many pests will be looking for a safe space to keep warm through the cold months. The last thing you want is for wild animals to get into your attic and create their den for the winter. Wildlife can create a lot of chaos and costly damage in your attic,
There are a number of different pests that you might find in your Burlington home. Some can definitely be more of a nuisance than others, but it is never fun to find wildlife in your space. If you spot the signs of a potential pest problem or infestation act fast to remove them from your
As winter reaches her cold hand into the heart of southern Ontario, it’s natural for wildlife and pests to take refuge and hibernate to survive the winter. Although it would be unrealistic for humans to hide inside until warmer weather returns, it’s not uncommon for pests and critters to do it. Now is the time
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
How to Get Rid of Bats Bats are a nuisance to humans but are an essential part of the food chain, environment and our ecosystem. They particularly help a great deal in eating a range of insects including mosquitos. But when bats make their home inside your home it’s not so great for you.
Now that the weather has gotten colder and it’s no longer comfortable for animals to find spots to create a den outside, your home becomes a much larger target for the neighbourhood pests. Squirrels, possums, bats, owls, raccoons and insects all start to look for somewhere warm to hole up for the winter, and your
As fall nears and the weather starts changing, you probably find yourself hanging out more inside where it’s warm. Not surprisingly, critters like squirrels, raccoons and bats have the same thought! Unfortunately, this means they’re more likely to make their way into your attic to get comfortable for the winter months. It can be hard
"I Don't Know What Critter is in My Attic, But IT IS Up There!" If you've been hearing the pitter patter of little feet in your attic, you probably have an animal - likely a squirrel, raccoon, bat, bird or rodent (and likely more than one) - who's thinking of making a home in there.
Trying to get rid of bats and they as they are driving you batty? You aren’t alone. There are more than 900 species of these furry flying mammals worldwide, and more than 40 in the United States and Canada alone. These fluffy little invaders love to nest in groups, are attracted to the warm, cave-like,