If customers fleeing your restaurant in a heebie-jeebie-induced panic doesn’t inspire your best practices in pest control, then health inspections ought to offer plenty of motivation.
When you’re laid up in a hospital, you’re already uncomfortable. You’re stuck with an IV, you’re eating awful food, and the beds feel like they’re made of nails.
Making your stay less inviting would be discovering the institution responsible for your well-being is so unhygienic, it’s infested with bed bugs.
Our favorite holiday to dress like up a dingus is upon us, and what better way to celebrate the creepiest time of the year than looking at three of the most terrifying bugs on earth.
Let’s illustrate a scenario: You’ve stumbled upon an injured raccoon in your yard, likely having broken its leg in a ninja-like attempt to scavenge food out of your garbage.
Imagine you’re having a stressful day at the office, and you finally have the chance to sit down to some lunch. When you reach for your Hero sandwich, you find little teeth marks and tears in your zip lock bag, and tiny droppings dispersed everywhere!
If you’re a homeowner living in Toronto, or anywhere else in the GTA, you know dealing with raccoons is an infuriating part of city life.
The dawn of the new NHL season aligns with the emergence of fall pests and wildlife infestations in your home.
We don’t mean to be the bearer of stinky news, but there appears to be an influx of skunks in the Greater Toronto Area.
Terminix Canada may offer wildlife control in the GTA, but we don’t mind taking periodic, hypothetical trips to Hollywood – as long as we’re back in time to ensure that your home is pest-free.
At 15cm in height, starlings are tiny, seemingly innocent birds. But what they lack in size, they make up for in dangerous, and potentially fatal diseases.