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REGIONAL PEST REPORT

Pest threat

Ants and mice are moving inside and wildlife may be looking for potential harbourage areas. Spiders are constructing egg sacs and mosquito activity is increasing. House fly activity can be expected. Commercial accounts will need to be aware of increased small fly activity. Nuisance wildlife, such as squirrels and chipmunks, will be much more noticeable.

 

Calgary Pest Control & Extermination Services

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Homeowners must cope with a variety of pests in Calgary. There are insects, birds, and even animals that try to move into the home for food or shelter.

There are at least 100 types of ants in Canada and they are common pests in Calgary. Many ant species live in yards and gardens and eat insects. They move indoors and become nuisances when the weather gets harsh. Carpenter ants can be especially troublesome because they excavate wood to make their nests. This nesting can cause significant damage to a home over an extended period.

Small birds sometimes nest in gutters and downspouts of homes. Larger birds, like pigeons, can deface the home with their droppings. They sometimes bring diseases and parasites with them when they invade.

Burrowing animals, such as gophers, can damage lawns and gardens. Squirrels often move into the home to make their nests. Larger animals, like skunks, can be very disruptive if they get into a home’s crawlspace or garage.

Calgary Branch


711 48th Avenue South East, Unit #12
Calgary, AB, T2G 4X2
Canada

Office: (403)-203-4337
Fax: (403)-279-4059

Office Hours:


Weekend: Appointments only

Customer Service

Local: (403)-236-2700
Toll-Free: 1-800-800-6754

Service Area:

Airdrie, Banff, Bow Island, Bragg Creek, Brooks, Calgary, Canmore, Cardston, Chestermere, Coaldale, Crowsnest Pass, De Winton, Didsbury, Drumheller, High River, Innisfail, Lethbrdige, Magrath, Medicine Hat, Okotoks, Olds, Oyen, Pincher Creek, Red Deer, Rocky Mountain House, Stettler, Strathmore, Sundre, and Sylvan Lake.