Spring is Coming – What Kind of Pests You Can Expect to See

Spring in Calgary brings sights and sounds of new life in both the plant and pest world.  Longer, warmer days awaken dormant pests and invite new activity within yards and buildings – making spring a busy season for pest activity and Pest Management Companies. Calgary Pest Management Company – One Man and a Ladybug –
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What You Didn’t Know About Termites

In planning a guest list for dinner you might want to omit those friendly termites; as this often unmentioned household pest are more interested in taking a bite out of your dining table than sampling you culinary delights.  Termites – a relation to the Cockroach – are some of the oldest insects on the planet
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Hiring a Calgary Pest Control Company

From Bed Bugs to Cluster Flies and Mice Infestations to Landscape diseases – there are many reasons why a home or business owner may have to make a call to a Calgary Pest Control Company -but flicking through the yellow pages while trying to handle an unexpected pest infestation isn’t the ideal way to select
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Firewood Pests – How to Prevent Them from Infesting Your Home

There’s nothing more welcoming than a roaring fire – especially now that winter temperatures are upon us, bringing cooler nights and chilly homes.  Having a pile of cut firewood ready by the hearth makes a picture worthy scene – but are you sure your firewood isn’t harboring insects that are just waiting for an opportunity
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Proper Cleanup of Mouse Droppings

You’ve noticed some small dark droppings around your home – and maybe when you pull out your stove or fridge you’re surprised to see an excess of mouse droppings.  Obviously your first instinct is to get rid of these droppings as fast as possible – but slowing down and taking some necessary steps to ensure
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Overwintering Insects – Hibernating to Survive the Cold

Unlike the famous Monarch Butterfly that flies up to two thousand miles a day to reach the warmer climates of Florida and Mexico – many insects have no choice but to stay put during Canada’s cold wintry months – and have to turn to hibernation in order to survive frigid temperatures and lack of available
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