Our Pest Treatments Include:

  • We will conduct a full property inspection before going ahead with the treatment to determine the level of infestation, entry points and the most appropriate removal method for the current situation.
  • We use the latest pest control products and equipment to ensure full eradication of all insects, rodents and birds such as:
             UV vacuum cleaners
             Eco-friendly pesticides
            Pigeon spikes for effective bird control
  • We offer pest proofing services to block all entry points and prevent future infestations.


Carpet Beetles

Carpet Beetle: Contrary to popular belief, carpet beetles do not just live in your carpet–which means that you can have a problem with these pests even if you only have hardwood or tile floors. Although carpet beetles are not dangerous to humans, they are definitely harmful to your belongings.

Adult beetles usually lay their eggs in air ducts, in closets, under furniture, or under baseboards Once hatched and until they pupate into adults, the larvae hide in dark, undisturbed areas and feed on organic material. The larvae are thus responsible for the damage of various items, such as furniture, clothing, blankets, furs, and carpets. Using the right tools and practices, you can eliminate the carpet beetles in your home and prevent them from coming back. If beetles are found throughout the structure, localized applications of residual insecticides will be needed. If you are worried that you might have a carpet beetle infestation, call in the experts and let us help you. 

Beetles come in a multitude of different species, but two of the more common in Canadian homes include carpet beetles and flour beetles. 

Carpet beetles damage fabrics such as wool, fur or silks. They are often found in heating ducts, attics, inside walls and in appliances. 

Carpet beetles damage fabrics such as wool, fur or silks. They are often found in heating ducts, attics, inside walls and in appliances. 

Flour beetles come in a few different varieties and get their name because they’re often found right in bags of flour in your kitchen or pantry. They also frequent cereal boxes, oatmeal and similar products.

Carpet beetles, such as other textile boring insects like the clothes moths, usually get introduced into homes through birds’ and wasps nests or insect burrows. Once settled, they can become quite difficult to destroy because of their lengthy life cycle – up to two years. That is why it is recommended to act immediately once you notice any signs of their presence.

How to Prepare Your Home for Treatment:

  • Remove all pets from the area where the treatment is to take place. This includes any fish tanks or other animals.
  • Leave the premises during the procedure and two hours after it in order to let the insecticides work to the fullest.
  • Once you return, make sure to open the windows for 10-15 minutes to freshen the air.
  • Avoid cleaning treated areas for at least 5 days – this will ensure that the product’s residue effect is intact which will help to protect your home from further infestations.
  • If you notice either one of these beetles in your home, call us for a Free Quote today.