Learn About Pests And How To Eliminate Them From Toronto's Extermination Experts

Terminix Canada stays current on all issues related to pest control and extermination. In addition to helping our customers eliminate pests, our Toronto pest control teams offer a wealth of industry resources to help you prevent pest infestations, minimize their damage, and otherwise ensure your home or business remains a safe & sanitary pest-free environment.

Browse through our collection of recent pest control blogs related to bed bugs, cockroaches, termites, and other common household pests. For more information on these household pests, visit the archives listed below.

Summer Cockroach Prevention

While cockroaches are a year-round nuisance, you have to be particularly vigilant about cockroach prevention in the summer, which is their mating season.

Keeping Garden Pests Away in the Summer

Who hasn’t spent weeks planting and watering seeds, tending them carefully, excitedly watching them sprout from the earth…only to witness garden pests nibble away the fruits (and vegetables) of your labour.

How to Keep Wasps Away from Your Property

Getting rid of wasps can be a real struggle once they get settled into a new colony. Tenacious, and dangerous when provoked, it is absolutely not recommended for you to try to remove a wasp nest without the help of pest control experts. That’s why wasp prevention is key.

Are Squirrels Dangerous to Humans?

If you’ve ever wondered “are squirrels dangerous?” you weren’t wrong to. A lot of people don’t consider squirrels threats, but these bushytailed rodents are still rodents, with the same sort of dangers their mouse and rat cousins are known for.

Keep Ants Out This Spring

Spring’s here again, which means you as a diligent homeowner must be on the watch for all manner of creepy-crawlies. In particular, you should be on the watch for ants in the house.

Bats in the House are Bad News

Commonly derided as winged rats, bats have gotten a bad rap ever since Dracula jumped out of a cloud of them and declared “I vant to suck your blood!” Actually, only three out of 1200 species of bats subsist solely on blood, while most eat insects, fruits or small prey.