Greenleaf Pest Control Can Rid You of All Your Household Pests in Markham
Nothing is quite as disruptive as household pests. And while your son might think we’re talking about his little sister, we’re actually referring to something far more invasive. Bees, wasps, and ants can cause serious damage to the structure of your home, get into your food, clothing, and other belongings and pose health risks to your children and pets. If you are dealing with these pesky creatures, call Greenleaf Pest Control today. We are known for effective, safe, and environmentally friendly pest control methods that keep your home safe while protecting the delicate balance of the ecosystem.
Keeping Your Markham Home Bee Free
No one wants bees in their home, especially if you or a family member is allergic to their sting. Fortunately, bees are not terribly aggressive and usually do not attack unless they feel threatened. Still, when you have small children or pets, they can easily disturb a bees’ nest without meaning to. At Greenleaf, we understand how important it is to keep your family safe and your Markham home free from bees. But we also know how important bees are to the environment. There’s a reason they are called “busy bees;” the creatures are responsible for the pollination of half the world’s fruits and vegetables. Without them, our diets would be much more limited and much less healthy, At Greenleaf Pest Control, our goal is to remove bees from your home in a safe and humane fashion. We attempt to keep bees alive when we remove their nests so that they can continue their vital work in nature.
Wasps Can Pose a Major Threat – Let Greenleaf Keep Your Markham Home Safe
Wasps often build nests under roofs and eaves, between porch railings, in trees, and in garages and sheds. When wasps make your home their own, it is a serious problem, posing risks for you, your children, and your pets. Wasps are notoriously aggressive, and often attack for seemi
ngly no reason. But no matter what type of wasp you are dealing with – paper wasps, mud daubers, yellow jackets, or hornets – they still play a vital role in nature. Wasps eat other insects that pose a danger to crops, and some farmers have even started using wasps as a natural alternative to pesticides. Removing a wasp nest can be extremely risky, especially for those who have no experience with the procedure. At Greenleaf, we will remove the nest from your home
in Markham using safety protocols and environmentally friendly methods.
An Ant Infestation Is No Picnic
If you have an ant infestation, you know how they tend to take over. Ants can come into your home through the smallest of spaces, leaving a scented trail behind to let other ants know that they have found a food source. They can build colonies of up to 500,000 ants, which can last for years if left undisturbed. There are 10,000 different kinds of ants across the globe, but carpenter ants and pavement ants are the two most commonly found in Markham homes. As you may have guessed from the name, these insects live in wood, concrete, and other building material, causing serious structural damage for your home. If you have an ant problem, contact Greenleaf Pest Control today. We will conduct an investigation to find out where the ants are entering your home and to determine the severity of your infestation. Once this is done, we will exterminate the creatures using natural methods. One of our primary services is placing physical barriers to keep creatures from re-entering your home. In this way, you can prevent a future infestation without the use of toxic chemicals or pesticides.
For Any Household Pest Problem, Contact Greenleaf Pest Control for Service in Markham and the GTA
No matter what type of household pest you are dealing with, Greenleaf Pest Control can provide you with eco-friendly methods to deal with the problem. We are a recognized industry leader in environmentally friendly pest control methods, and we are ready to bring our experience and services to your Markham home. Contact us at 416-998-9473 and end your household pest problem today.