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Wildlife Control: Small Wildlife Control

Bed bugs (Cimex sp.) are common household pests in Canada and elsewhere. As parasitic insects, they must live near their hosts. Given humans are bed bugs’ hosts, bed bugs live in homes, hotels, and other structures humans are regularly found. Their needs are minimal, requiring only a safe area near their human hosts. Bed bugs quickly move to bite the exposed skin of sleeping humans and then return to their hideout following their blood meal. … Read More

Birds & Bird Control: Pest Library

Bed bugs (Cimex sp.) are common household pests in Canada and elsewhere. As parasitic insects, they must live near their hosts. Given humans are bed bugs’ hosts, bed bugs live in homes, hotels, and other structures humans are regularly found. Their needs are minimal, requiring only a safe area near their human hosts. Bed bugs quickly move to bite the exposed skin of sleeping humans and then return to their hideout following their blood meal. … Read More

Other Insects & Bugs: Pest Library

Bed bugs (Cimex sp.) are common household pests in Canada and elsewhere. As parasitic insects, they must live near their hosts. Given humans are bed bugs’ hosts, bed bugs live in homes, hotels, and other structures humans are regularly found. Their needs are minimal, requiring only a safe area near their human hosts. Bed bugs quickly move to bite the exposed skin of sleeping humans and then return to their hideout following their blood meal. … Read More

All About Bed Bugs: Pest Library

Bed bugs (Cimex sp.) are common household pests in Canada and elsewhere. As parasitic insects, they must live near their hosts. Given humans are bed bugs’ hosts, bed bugs live in homes, hotels, and other structures humans are regularly found. Their needs are minimal, requiring only a safe area near their human hosts. Bed bugs quickly move to bite the exposed skin of sleeping humans and then return to their hideout following their blood meal. … Read More

All About Wasps: Pest Library

More than 100 species of ants are found in Canada. Some of these species are “structure-infesting”, having the ability to reside in and around your home. The most common species of structure-infesting ants in Canada are carpenter ant, odorous house ant, pavement ant, Argentine ant, pharaoh ant, acrobat ant, and thief ant.… Read More

All About Ants: Pest Library

More than 100 species of ants are found in Canada. Some of these species are “structure-infesting”, having the ability to reside in and around your home. The most common species of structure-infesting ants in Canada are carpenter ant, odorous house ant, pavement ant, Argentine ant, pharaoh ant, acrobat ant, and thief ant.… Read More

Racoons & Skunks

Raccoons in general are major hosts of rabies. Skunks readily adapt to the urban environment and their offensive odor and habit of digging holes in lawns in search of insect larvae, make it an unwelcome urban resident. Call Major Pest … Read More

Squirrels & Gophers

Often referred to as nuisance wildlife, squirrels present their own unique set of dangers when it comes to their interaction with humans as they can become aggressive when they feel frightened or threatened. During cold months  homes become an ideal … Read More

Bats

Bats are protected by law. Homeowners should contact a licensed pest professional if an active bat infestation is suspected, as the problem often  can not be controlled with do-it-yourself measures. Call Major Pest Control Exterminator Edmonton.

Mice & Vertebrate Pests

House mice breed rapidly and can adapt quickly to changing conditions.  In fact, a female house mouse can give birth to a half dozen babies every three weeks and can produce up to 35 young per year. Call Major Pest Control Exterminator Edmonton.

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