The brown recluse spider is much like its reclusive human counterpart. It’s an unfriendly, unhinged sort, that will happily seclude itself from the world.
As you start to hibernate in your cozy, heated home for the winter, so will rats and mice. The little rodents are adept at sneaking through any crevice or breech in the outer perimeter of your property, and have extra motivation to do so in sub-zero temperatures.
As we say goodbye to 2017, the team at Terminix is thankful we’ve survived another year battling the pests and scum that’ve infested homes & businesses in the GTA.
While quitting smoking, improving your career, and going to the gym may be most people’s New Year’s resolutions, Terminix Canada wants you to shift your focus onto New Year’s pest solutions!
The Terminix pest control team prides itself on permanent, long-lasting pest control that’s humane for the animals, and safe for the environment.
So when new forms of pest control technology become the talk of the science community, we’re front and center to educate ourselves, and potentially improve our offerings.
Chopping down your own family Christmas tree brings sentience and scents of the season to your home, making for picture-perfect, sentimental experiences with family & friends.
But opting for a real Christmas tree versus a fake one can bring more than cheer to your home, it can also bring bugs.
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro’ the house
All the creatures were stirring, led by a mouse;
The pest-filled stockings were hung by the chimney to air,
In hopes that Terminix soon would be there;
The children were nestled all snug in their beds,
While visions of cockroaches danced in their heads”
If you’re responsible for the operations of a pharmaceutical plant, you must be on top of your pest control management in order to maintain the quality of your product.
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.