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  • It’s winter — and pests thrive indoors
    January 9, 2015

    It’s freezing outside — all the more reason mice, rats and other pests thrive indoors. Mice, rats, centipedes and spiders can find their way into your home all too easily. But by following a few basic maintenance tips, you can make your property less inviting to insects and rodents: 1. Fix moisture problems inside your [more...]

  • You’ve got bed bugs — how to prepare for treatment
    November 21, 2014

      Once your pest control technician has confirmed that you have a bed bug infestation, how do you prepare for treatment of the bed bug issue? The better you prepare, the more successful the treatment will be: 1. Remove all bed sheets from mattresses and wash in hot water, dry and bag 2. Remove all [more...]

  • Ongoing construction forces rats to find new homes — and not only in Toronto
    November 10, 2014

    Ongoing construction at Toronto’s Union Station is uprooting dozens of rats, say this morning’s headlines. But this pest issue exists anywhere there’s building and renovations going on whether you’re in Hamilton, Burlington or Oakville. New subdivisions, street and road repair as well as major building projects force rats out of tunnels, sewers and corners to look for [more...]

  • Cooler weather means mice come indoors
    November 3, 2014

    Getting rid of mice is top of mind for most home owners, particularly in areas of high density and brisk population growth like Brampton. Now is a good time to check for evidence of mice coming into the warmth of the indoors to escape oncoming winter. Prevent an infestation by following a few simple rules: [more...]

  • Five ways to make sure you don’t bring bed bugs home
    October 14, 2014

    If you live or travel to any urban centres like Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga and beyond — you may come into contact with bed bugs. Fall can be a busy travel month with students returning to university or college residences, stays in hotels, inns and at friends’ and relatives’ homes. To make sure you don’t [more...]

  • Racoons in Oakville — be aware of Canine Distemper Virus
    October 10, 2014

    From today’s  edition of the Oakville Beaver: The Oakville & Milton Humane Society (OMHS) is reporting a higher than normal number of cases of raccoons suffering from Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) in the Oakville area. So far this year, the OMHS has received 300 cases of raccoons exhibiting signs of this illness, up from the [more...]

  • Rescue is our favourite breed at All-Pest Control Services
    September 22, 2014

    For over a decade, we have made Golden Rescue our favourite charity. View of the “Golden Rescue Express,” donated by All-Pest Control staff for the transport of abandon and homeless dogs, at the site of a Guiness Book of World Records entry: 365 dogs being brushed in one place at one time — a new [more...]

  • Rat Academy — how to fight rodents the big city way
    September 9, 2014

    Maybe Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga and Toronto should take note. New York City officials are ramping up efforts to teach regular New Yorkers how to make their streets, businesses and gardens less hospitable to rodents, NPR reports. The city has launched its “rat reservoir pilot” — an initiative to try to reduce the rat population [more...]

  • Fleas and ticks on the rise — and what to do about it
    August 27, 2014

    Ticks are an increasingly common pest found in the Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville and Niagara areas. No longer contained to southwest Ontario, ticks are finding their way into gardens and homes along with the potential to spread serious illnesses like Lyme disease. As well, you don’t need to have a dog or cat in order to [more...]

  • Why are there wasps IN my house?
    August 19, 2014

    Why are there wasps in my house? We’re getting calls from just about everywhere in the GTA, from Hamilton and Burlington to Oakville and Mississauga.  Wasp, hornet and yellow jacket season is here!  The worst of it is they don’t always go away when the weather cools — instead they can find their way into the [more...]

  • Wasps, hornets and yellow jackets — how to avoid getting stung
    August 7, 2014

    Over 200,000 Canadians are allergic to stinging insects which can range from wasps and hornets to yellow jackets. The degree of allergy varies widely and can range from local pain, itching and swelling to hives and anaphylactic shock. If you are allergic to insect stings, then the next sting is 60% likely to be similar [more...]

  • DIY — for wasps, hornets and other stinging insects not such a good idea
    July 31, 2014

    Do you cut your own hair? Experiment with a little self-dentistry on the weekends? Fix that engine trouble by grabbing a handy wrench and a google article? The answer is probably a resounding NO. And yet people persist in trying to deal with wasps, hornets, ants, mice and rats armed with a can of insecticide [more...]

  • Wasps — how to protect yourself
    July 22, 2014

    Wasp stings can be deadly. The mayor of a Montreal-area community died recently after being stung on the legs repeatedly by wasps while gardening. According to the Canadian Press, Dr. Mitch Shulman, a Montreal emergency specialist, said that while not allergic to wasps, the mayor most likely succumbed because of the number of stings and [more...]

  • Pest control issues like fire ants can impact your property values
    July 11, 2014

    An article today in the National Post reports that B.C homeowners fear the effect of fire ant infestations on their property values. European fire ants possess a painful sting and swarm quickly when disturbed. And as the article reports, eradication is difficult once ants are established and they can make gardens, lawns and parks unusable. [more...]

  • Get rid of spiders this summer in Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville and Mississauga
    July 10, 2014

    Spider webs and their debris — just check out the cladding on your house, around your windows, your deck and in the corners of your living room for spider evidence. While few spiders are venomous, they can and do damage property leaving behind residue that’s hard to remove. Here are the best ways to prevent [more...]

  • What happens when pests get busy?
    June 26, 2014

    If you’ve ever wondered why pest control is necessary, the reasons are literally in the billions. From mice and roaches to mosquitoes and spiders, their imperative to reproduce in a short period of time is amazing! Take a look at the numbers below — which tell you why you can’t afford to postpone calling a [more...]

  • Five characteristics of the best pest control companies
    June 17, 2014

    At All-Pest Control Services, we know our business is more about people than pests. We strive to provide exceptional service and measurable results to satisfy our clients, most of whom have been with us for over a decade. Here are the five most important things we do to keep our customers happy: 1. An emphasis [more...]

  • Ten Carpenter Ant facts you should know
    June 4, 2014

    Carpenter ants, those big black crawlers that chew wood, are in full swing in Southern Ontario right now.  Did you know:  1. Carpenter Ants cause damage similar to termites; they chew all types of wood rendering substantial structural damage to homes and other buidings  2. Nests of Carpenter Ants can be found 3-meters [more...]

  • Pest Control — where does the name come from?
    May 29, 2014

    Pest Control is at least as old as the Middle Ages. The word “pest” originated from the Latin “pestis” meaning plague in the 1500s and relating to deadly epidemic diseases like plagues caused by pestilence. Also referred to as a pandemic, scourge or epidemic, pestilence is the story of how pests have impacted human and [more...]

  • Getting rid of ants — what you need to know
    May 15, 2014

    Ants are never welcome, at a picnic or otherwise. Not only are they invaders, they can also contaminate food, cause damage to a house of facility and occasionally sting or bite. Where are you most likely to see ants? They are attracted to moisture so kitchens, bathrooms and laundry areas are potential hot spots. Large [more...]


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“All-Pest Control was contracted to resolve an ongoing infestation on public transit buses.  The results were immediately evident, the problem resolved, and at a fraction of our previous cost."

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