However, it is understandable that you do not want the damage, disease, or smell that nesting birds can bring. One of the best ways to prevent any sort of pest problem, including one that involves birds, is by using a service that offers structural modification. This is pest control service in Toronto
that prevents a problem from arising in the first place by making your home unattractive or uninhabitable by any sort of pest.
If you want to engage in proactive pest control in the Toronto area, GreenLeaf Pest Control can bird proof your home and do a pest control inspection to determine if any other structural modifications are necessary. If birds are already a problem for you, GreenLeaf’s technicians are trained to remove birds and nests in a humane and legal fashion. Call GreenLeaf today for full pest control service in Toronto.
Pest Control Service Toronto
- GreenLeaf Pest Control specializes in environmentally friendly pest control service in Toronto by focusing on changing and educating the way people perceive pest control today. Our mission is to provide an effective, proactive program that is preventive in approach and uses Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and our very own Environmental Pest Management (EPM) solutions. To learn more about GreenLeaf, call 416.998.9473, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.greenleafpestcontrol.com
If you have nuisance birds that are trying to build nests in your eaves, gables, or soffit and fascia, it can be very tempting to want to do whatever is necessary to get rid of them because of the damage that they are doing to your home. In addition, if you walk out your door only to find bird droppings all over your porch, outdoor furniture, or your vehicle, that temptation can rise exponentially. In such instances, birds can seem no less of a pest than ants, cockroaches, silverfish, and the like. However, be advised that the use of pesticides for bird control is expressly prohibited by law in Toronto and throughout Canada, as is the inhumane killing of birds. And, although they are a pest to you and your home, birds are also essential to the harmony of the ecosystem, so eradicating them altogether is not really a good solution at all.