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Dealing With Mouse Infestations This Fall

Dealing With Mouse Infestations This Fall

It's finally happened, fall is here! As the days get cooler and the leaves start turning, the mice are beginning to pack it in for the winter. For those who have had mouse problems during the summer, these problems will grow into full on mouse infestations during the fall and winter months. Why Are Mice Attracted To My House? As the temperature continues to decrease, rodents begin searching for heated shelter with access to food and water. Whether it be residential or business, buildings are the ideal spot for mice to live comfortably during the harsh Ontario winter. If a…
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How To Get Rid of Cluster Flies: Cluster Fly Removal Recommendations

How To Get Rid of Cluster Flies: Cluster Fly Removal Recommendations

Fall is arguably one of the most popular seasons in Southern Ontario. With only two weeks left of summer, it's safe to say that fall is coming fast! We love fall here at Pest Kings. Fall brings the best fishing, cooler air to work in, pumpkin spice everything and sweater weather! Unfortunately for homeworkers, fall is also cluster fly season. Luckily, we are experts in cluster fly removal! What Are Cluster Flies? Cluster flies are impossible to miss. Cluster flies are most commonly found outside burrowing in your soil in warm temperatures, as they are parasitic on earth worms. Cooler…
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Handling a Dead Animal On Your Property

Handling a Dead Animal On Your Property

Coming across a dead animal in your home or on your property is not a pleasant experience. Once you've gotten over the initial shock and emotions that come along with locating a carcass, you will then need to remove the deceased wildlife. Due to the smell, flies and health risks that come with an animal carcass, it's imperative that the body be removed as soon as possible. Pest Kings Wildlife Removal & Pest Control does not recommend DIY deceased animal removal. Risks of DIY Dead Animal Removal Spread of Disease Carcasses of dead animals are capable of spreading a variety…
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10 Tips To Keep Ants Out – Ant Removal Aftercare

10 Tips To Keep Ants Out – Ant Removal Aftercare

August in Southern Ontario is hot!! As the temperatures rise this month, we will begin seeing more doors and windows left open to let some fresh air inside. With that kind of welcome, it’s no wonder that ants are now letting themselves in. Pest Kings has over 10 years of ant removal experience, but to ensure they stay out of your home you will need to follow our 10 tips to keep ants out of your home for good! Why are ants so active in the summer? Summer is a busy time of year for ants. Ants take advantage of…
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Do You Have Bats In Your Attic?

Do You Have Bats In Your Attic?

We at Pest Kings Wildlife & Pest Control love bats! They are wonderful little creatures who play an important role in Southern Ontario's ecosystem. A colony of bats can consume up to 1 million insects a night; making them natures pest control experts! Do you suspect that you're sharing your home with these adorable, beady-eyed, winged, fuzzy, unwelcome room mates? We understand that bats are not your first choice in house mates, but you're not alone. Literally. While the easiest test to determine if you need bat control services is to physically climb into your attic with your cell phone…
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DIY Wasp Nest Removal…Don’t.

DIY Wasp Nest Removal…Don’t.

Do-it-yourself (DIY) projects are on the rise! From refurbishing your old furniture, building that new deck or starting a candle making hobby; the general population seems to be getting very comfortable doing everything themselves. Let's face it, we live in the information age! No matter what the project, you can find a step by step guide on Youtube or Google. With all this information at our finger tips, why not learn a new skill, save some money and feel the satisfaction of completing your project yourself? That being said, there are some things best left to professionals; such as wasp…
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