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    Winter and Rodents!

    Winter and Rodents!

    Why it is Important to Keep Rodents Out of Your Home in the Winter With the temperature dropping, your warm and insulated home will also be a source of heat and food for many rodents. Because of the colder temperatures, rodents will find any way to enter your home...

    Dangers of Tick Bites to Humans and Pets

    Dangers of Tick Bites to Humans and Pets

    By Tyler Clapp Ticks are one of the most common pests to enter people’s homes, and have the ability to live anywhere from overgrown fields to damp basements. Despite this, their small size leads many to believe they possess no real threat to themselves or their pets....

    3 Spider Species in Windsor-Essex County

    3 Spider Species in Windsor-Essex County

    Wolf Spider These spiders are often found in dark and damp spots of the home. They can be identified by their mix of brown, orange, black and grey colours along their skin. They have four small eyes, two larger eyes in the middle, and the back row of their eyes...

    Five Tips to Protect Your Home from Cockroaches

    Five Tips to Protect Your Home from Cockroaches

    Cockroaches are a small pest that can create huge problems, especially if you don’t know how to stop them. While they rarely cause structural damage in the way termites do, they can contaminate food and spread disease by walking through food and/or food preparation...

    How To Protect Against & Get Rid of Bed Bugs

    How To Protect Against & Get Rid of Bed Bugs

    A bed bug infestation is a horrifying sight, and infestation levels have increased to a new high in recent years. Referred as the perfect parasite, they have mastered the art of survival and can even survive up to a year without food. Not to mention, they are smaller...

    What to Expect from your Pest Control Company

    What to Expect from your Pest Control Company

    Windsor is home to millions of pests, and consequently your residence is not excluded from their populations. So what do you do when they start squatting in your home? You can do it yourself or you can call a pest control company to take care of it for you. Here’s what to expect to make sure you’re getting your money’s worth.

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