Wordworms can be a major pest problem for your home, but there are ways to get rid of them without using poison. Some options include applying Boron powder, low-oxygen treatment, and chemical insecticides. Another option is using flytraps. However, this method requires time to see results.
Boron powder is a wordworm pest control
Boron powder is a safe, effective way to treat woodworm infestations. It is a mineral based preservative that kills larvae and adult beetles. It is safe for humans and other animals and is easy to apply. In a 5% solution, boron powder can be sprayed on infected timber. This pest control treatment will be effective in about an hour.
When it comes to wordworm pest control, a low-oxygen treatment is an effective option. It effectively destroys larvae and kills adult wordworms. This method may be used in areas where damp conditions may protect materials from oxygen deprivation. However, it may not be effective for buildings, furniture, or art objects.
Insecticides are one of the most effective methods for controlling wordworm infestations. Permethrin, a pyrethroid pesticide, is a widely used insecticide for wordworm control. It is an environmentally-safe, non-toxic chemical. It is registered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency for use on buildings, livestock, ornamental lawns, and clothing.
One of the most effective tools for wordworm pest control is the use of flytraps. These traps will capture the larva and adult beetles, which will then be killed. You can use flytraps in a variety of locations, including woodwork and loft spaces. They can also be placed in poorly ventilated areas. However, they should never be placed on structural timbers or under structures.
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Seahaven Woodwork Killer Concentrate
Woodworms are destructive insects that feed on wood, so the best treatment for them is to apply a woodworm killer. There are a variety of treatments on the market, and some are designed specifically for exterior use and others for interior use. Regardless of the type of treatment you decide on, it is essential that you follow the manufacturer’s directions and ensure you apply the product evenly and in the correct location.
Residents can do their part by emptying flower pots and other containers, replacing water in birdbaths, cleaning out clogged gutters and eliminating other sources of standing water on their property, or they can give a call to the experts from Pest Control London to take care of everything.
Making sure trash and recycling containers left outdoors are covered tightly with a lid is another way to prevent mosquitoes from breeding.
The Department of Health also recommends residents wear pants and long-sleeve shirts and use insect repellent on clothes and exposed skin when spending time outside.
To humans and domestic animals, mosquitoes are a nuisance as well as a serious health hazard. Mosquitoes are capable of transmitting a variety of diseases, including West Nile virus (WNv), LaCrosse Encephalitis (LAC), St. Louis Encephalitis (SLE) and Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE).
Most people who become ill from these diseases will have mild symptoms such as headache, fever, dizziness and fatigue, but severe neurological symptoms, coma and even death can occur. If you are bitten by a mosquito and experience any of the symptoms described above, you should contact a health care provider.
Mosquito prevention measures
Check your property for breeding sites. Eliminate any sources of standing water. Clean out gutters and birdbaths. Properly dispose of tires. Maintain swimming pools and hot tubs. Make sure septic tanks, rain barrels and garbage cans are tightly covered. Limit time spent outdoors during peak mosquito biting times. Wear loose, light-coloured, long sleeves and pants.
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So Airbnb hasn’t exactly gotten a great rap since their response to the COVID-19 Pandemic has been a long-overdue support payment plus a completely tone-deaf email where they asked former guests to donate to their poor hosts who have been affected by the coronavirus making basically all travel unsafe.
The ‘hotel’ share economy is not only made up of mad investors leveraged with properties up to their eyeballs, however. If you’re one of many people who get a bit of spare income on the side by letting out a spare room once every blue moon, you want to make sure you’re ready for the inevitable uptick in the economy within the next 12 months (and the ridiculously high demand for weekend getaways after everyone has been locked away in their own homes for a year).
One way that you can improve your hospitality quality is to lay the groundwork for bed bug prevention. As Dwight Schrute, pest control extraordinaire AND B’n’B host knows, the bedbug is the smuggest of all insects and proudly struts around a bed like it owns the place.
Well, it doesn’t own YOUR place, bucko. And if you want to make sure your guests don’t pay with blood like some kind of Transylvanian nightmare, then your best friend is, you guessed it: man’s best friend. Normally, a trained pest control management professional can only detect visible signs of bed bugs during the later stages of their life cycle. In the early stages, they are almost invisible to the naked eye. Due to a dog’s keen sense of smell, sniffer hounds can detect bed bugs during their early stages, as well as behind walls, under the carpet, and in furniture, making their inspections more thorough and accurate.
When these bloodhounds find the culprit bed bugs, at whatever stage of their egg-to-bug life cycle a licensed pest control company can help with thermal heat treatments as most bed bugs won’t last past 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
You’ve assessed the signs and found out your home has a termite infestation. Don’t worry it’s not an uncommon issue in America; it’s one that affects 600,000 homes a year, with Formosan and subterranean termites causing 90 per cent of all damage.
So, what comes next?
If live termites are found on your property your pest controller is going to suggest using termite baiting systems to get the infestation under control.
The concept around baiting systems is relatively simple. Stations are usually placed 2 – 3 metres apart around the perimeter of the property. Each plastic bait station is fitted with a mixture of wood and a slow-acting termicide, which is pet and kid friendly. The termites consume the wood and bring it back to the nest where it works its way through the rest of the colony.
While bait stations have a high success rate when it comes to eliminating termites, home-owners need to be patient when utilizing them.
The reasons for this are two-fold.
Firstly, as mentioned, the poison needs to be slow-acting. This is so the termites don’t figure out the bait is poisoned and stop feeding from the stations.
Secondly, bait systems need regular monitoring. This is vital for success because pest controllers need to assess whether the bait has activity and whether there is other activity outside of the perimeter of the stations.
Dubbo pest control company, Pest Alert, recommends going with a baiting system that’s backed by an ‘Assurance Warranty’, this covers you for any structural damage during the baiting contract. This gives peace of mind, knowing the company installing it will do everything they can to prevent termite damage to your property.
It typically takes 3 – 6 months to destroy a colony, but it can take longer depending on the level of infestation and time of year. We should mention that during this time termites will very likely not be damaging the home as they will be consuming the bait instead.
Peace Of Mind
Any kind of pest infestation on your property is stressful, especially when it is bad enough to warrant contacting a pest controller to come and take care of it for you. The last thing you want on top of that is to be exposed to chemicals as well as pest damage in your home. Natural Pest Solutions Chilliwack Pest Control completely understand. They are reliable with their pest control, and can often treat pests in your home without using methods that are toxic to your family. This offers you better peace of mind when handling pest control problems.
No Harm Done
When you use chemical pest control, you have to reapply the treatment regularly for it to be effective. Even then, the effects are only short term. If you are using these chemicals in your garden for example, they can be incredibly harmful to your plants. Grass and flowers will shrivel up when they come into contact with these potent substances. They will also permeate your soil so that plants and grass can’t grow there again.
No Strong Smells
Chemical pest control treatments have a certain odour to them. This smell will hang around for days, with some being very dangerous to inhale. Eco pest control leaves no odour behind. This keeps you safe from inhaling toxic fumes after a treatment has been carried out. Let’s face it, living in a large city like London means breathing in enough fumes. You don’t need them when you are having pest control in London too.
Safer For Children And Pets
Pesticides are hazardous and have been designed to kill. Whilst each treatment is aimed at exterminating a pest, other people and animals are exposed to them as well. Pets and children are particularly at risk from these chemicals, which is why it’s much safer to use eco pest control methods wherever the option is viable.
Much More Convenient
In days gone by, if you had a pest infestation you had to leave the house for a few days. This made it even more inconvenient to have pests in your home. With eco pest control, there are no toxins involved. During treatment, you won’t have to leave your home for safety reasons. In fact, these methods cause minimal disruption to your home life.
Why We Provide Eco Pest Control
Diamond try to provide eco pest control to our clients as much as possible. Pest control companies have a huge responsibility for the environment as part of their job. Wherever realistic and feasible, it is always better to use eco and eco-friendly treatments over chemical methods to keep the earth, and you, safe.
Natural Pest Solutions
46167 Yale Rd,
Charges are pending after thousands of spiders, scorpions, snakes and turtles were found in a vacant Surrey home that is believed to have been involved in trading exotic wild animals.
The animals were found the evening of Aug. 8, B.C. conservation officer Nicole Caithness said.
Conservation officers were called to the home after Surrey bylaw officers, who were inspecting the property for unrelated reasons, found reptiles and turtles on the back deck, she said.
Investigators found three box turtles and three Central American wood turtles, along with about 2,000 different kinds of arachnids and scorpions inside the house. Some animals were dead and others, like the turtles, are illegal to own under the Wildlife Act.
“This is not our first interaction with this individual for unlawful possession of live wildlife, so we are currently working to get charges approved by Crown so that we can take him to court,” Caithness said in an email.
A whip scorpion, also known as a vinegaroon, is one of the animals seized from the house and has been adopted by staff at the Dewdney Animal Hospital in Maple Ridge. (CBC)
Some of the animals are being cared for at Dewdney Animal Hospital in Maple Ridge. The veterinary practice is accustomed to caring for exotic animals, but not this many.
Head veterinarian Adrian Walton is caring for several giant millipedes and a whip scorpion, or vinegaroon, named Carl.
Walton said inside the Surrey house were over 80 scorpions, seven giant centipedes, almost 300 adult spiders, a black widow spider with 500 babies, and almost 1,400 baby scorpions and other spiders and animals.
All living in conditions he called “horrific.”
“There’s a lot of animals there that were suffering from insufficient space, food or water,” he said.
“These containers that these animals were in were basically just deli cups that you’d get your potato salad in.”
Two giant millipedes curl into each other. The insects are among the thousands of animals seized from a Surrey home earlier this month. (CBC)
A large number of the animals found in the home were venomous which are prohibited under Surrey bylaws, Walton said.
Some of the non-venomous animals were saved and some were donated to the Victoria Bug Zoo, he said. But many of the insects and arachnids had to be destroyed.
Shelley Joaquin of the Surrey Animal Resource Centre said that facility also took in some of the animals.
“It was definitely startling to know that there’s that large a number of venomous animals in one home … and just seeing the horrid conditions that these animals were kept in. It was very inhumane.”
Walton said it’s believed the animals were destined for the pet trade. Up to 70 per cent of animals in the wild pet trade die before reaching a store, he added.
“The international trade in exotic animals … is something that we really as a society have to reconsider,” Walton said.
“I do recommend that that house be fumigated, because there was, I’m sure, some escapees.”
Pest Control Surrey
The mild, rainy ocean climate has long been the envy of Canadians looking to escape the cold of more eastern provinces. But the conditions that make Surrey appealing to humans are exactly the same that make it an ideal home for pests who wouldn’t be able to survive the cold dry winters further east.
The dense vegetation that covers much of Surrey is home to a wealth of wildlife and associated pests that thrive in the temperate climate. As BC’s primary gateway to Pacific trade, Surrey harbours also offer some unique challenges for pest control and require continuous monitoring and prevention to ensure that infestations don’t take hold.
There’s nothing quite as frustrating as a pest problem. They can become a huge issue, whether you’re a homeowner or a business manager. That’s why Natural Pest Solutions offers pest control services in Surrey and the surrounding areas like Fleetwood, Whalley, Surrey City Centre, Guildford, and Newton. If you find unwanted rodents, insects, or other wildlife on your property, give us a call. We offer flexible hours so you can call us any time of day, any day of the week.
Natural Pest Solutions
8260 153A Street
Surrey, BC. V3S 8P9
There are many beautiful areas in Surrey, BC. Those areas are places that families or single professionals would love to inhabit. Many features make them desirable. The following list will explore some of the best cities to live in Surrey and the surrounding area:
1. Brookwood, Langley
This area is so desirable that the average price for a home is around a million dollars. They have large lots and excellent drainage. There are also trees everywhere. The city has plans to increase housing and commercial lots on 200 Street. This will mean that there are even more amenities around the neighborhood.
2. Walnut Grove, Langley
This is a highly desirable neighborhood. Those living here spend just 60 minutes in rush hour traffic commuting to Vancouver for work. They can enjoy all the community has to offer on their downtime. This means river trails, shops, and restaurants. It is also close to the fancier community of Fort Langley.
3. Aldergrove, Langley
This area used to be primarily industrial. But now it is up and coming thanks to plans to install a rink and pool. The residents should look to get in before the prices drive too high. A report indicates that in 15 to 20 years this will be a highly desirable community.
4. Guildford, Surrey
While Surrey has had a bit of a negative reputation in the past, this is quickly changing. This particular area is a bright spot in the city. It has large backyards, two park garages, and high schools in the area. That means it is excellent for the kids to roam in. There is also plenty of work in the area for those who do not wish to travel to Vancouver. It is also close to the SkyTrain. There are parks nearby for those who enjoy the active life.
5. Fort Langley, Langley
This area is very well liked and has high property values. The homes are Victorian. They even try to keep the cultural heritage alive from the 1900’s. Many people even like to go here for a weekend getaway. There are also plans to develop the city center here. The city though wants to be careful not to lose the feel of the area in the process though. The agricultural land that is surrounding it though will remain untouched. For those who like small towns with lots of perks like great amenities, then this is the place to buy.
Pest Control Surrey, BC
Natural Pest Solutions offers safe, effective Surrey Pest Control services for both residential and commercial properties. Our trained technicians provide the most up-to-date treatments ensuring all customers pest issues are solved in a timely manner. We employ Surrey Exterminators that specialize in rodent control and elimination focusing on pest entry points, ant, wasp, and spider treatments, and proactive measures like our Residential Pest Program. We guarantee our customers amazing results with 100% satisfaction! Services include interior and exterior pest treatments along with wildlife removal and sanitation clean-ups involving rodent and pigeon waste.
Kamloops is home to a lengthy list of activities for all kinds of explorers. Here’s a list of the top 10 adventures to cross off your summer bucket list.
1. Travel Back in Time
Heritage RailwayTravel back in time with a trip aboard the Kamloops Heritage Railway, a 107-year-old heritage steam train.
2. Get Wet
Stand Up PaddleboardingKamloops has over 100 lakes within an hour drive from the city. Pack up the paddleboard, kayak or canoe and take in the scenery on one of our pristine lakes. Local favourites include Paul Lake, Lac le Jeune, and Heffley Lake. Need to rent? Take SUP lessons and rentals with Paddle Surfit on Heffley Lake or visit Bruker Marina on Kamloops Lake.
3. Ride Canada’s Largest Municipal Bike Park
Bike RanchGet your heart racing while shredding trails in the birthplace of freeride mountain biking. Carve a few turns on perfect singletrack, ride into berms and along rolling hills of sagebrush. If downhill mountain biking is more your style, hit up the jump lines with a jump park at the bottom. One run is all it takes to see why this is the place where it all began.
4. Take a Hike
Hiking – Battle BluffThere are endless hiking trails in Kamloops that are great for all fitness levels. Hike through grasslands, vast canyons, and tall hoodoos that pique your imagination. Stroll along side picturesque lakes and sage-scented trails. Local tip: Head out towards sunset for a scenic, colourful view of the city that can only be described as something you see in a postcard.
5. Golf – Our Kind of Swinging
GolfHave you ever teed off a canyon? Is playing on an award-winning course a bucket list item? Kamloops offers a vast range of golfing terrain where you can swing with no crowds and the vibe is friendly. Play alongside rolling fairways and scenic views that will have you wondering whether you’re playing around or taking a scenic stroll.
Kamloops is one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in Western Canada. Surrounded by mountains, rolling hills, rivers, lakes, and vast natural landscapes, there is something sure to please everyone. Kamloops’ has several proud residents, now just over 90,000, have helped build “Canada’s Tournament Capital” into the great city it is today. With a dynamic and ever-growing economy and infrastructure, Kamloops is quickly becoming Interior BC’s commercial, technological, manufacturing, educational, and tourism hub of tomorrow.
New and seasoned home buyers will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from in the Kamloops real estate market, as well as the variety of houses, apartments, and townhouses available in our listings. Depending on what type of lifestyle you prefer, you could be right in energetic downtown Kamloops, or a more suburban setting close to beautiful parks or near top-rated schools. Regardless, you’ll always be surrounded by Kamloops’ natural beauty.
But don’t take our word for it! Get to know Kamloops yourself by exploring popular neighborhoods like Sahali, Juniper Ridge, Pineview Valley, Dufferin & Southgate, Westsyde, Valleyview, Rayleigh, Sun Rivers, and Westmount, or discover the perfect place for you by using our interactive map of Kamloops. Let River City Realty guide you through our wonderful unique city! When you’re ready, we’re just a call or click away to answer any and all of your questions!
Pest Control in Kamloops
Kamloops is abundant with residential communities as well as economic opportunities. The hot and dry weather can drive many unwanted pests into comfortable Kamloops homes. Dangerous pests like rodents and the roaches can be harmful and frightening. Other pests like fire ants and roaches can damage property and landscape. Protect your home from pesky pests and call a recommended exterminator today.
Natural Pest Solutions
27-1990 Pacific Way
Kamloops, BC. V1S-1W3
The Westside (as the locals like to call it) has always been appreciated for its quiet beaches, rolling hills of orchards, and fantastic outdoor activities. The people here are proud of their rich history in agriculture, of the feisty Fur Brigade Traders and of their relationship with the Okanagan People. The small sleepy town that once was, has grown into a thriving independent municipality that has a ‘rural sophistication’ feel to it with vineyards, wineries, summer concerts, trails, agricultural pursuits, along with shops that offer the familiar comforts of home.
Spectacular Vistas – Our landscapes are the most photographed in the Okanagan Valley. Our dormant volcano, Mt Boucherie has created a terrain that is dynamic and interesting, while at the same time rich and lush. Its volcanic soil has primed the land for growing premium grapes. These vineyards, coupled with lake views and vistas make for some spectacular pictures.
Deep Roots – Agriculture has always been a way of life here and farm-to-table is not just the latest fad. The families on the Westside were true pioneers and innovators when it came to agriculture. The betterment and development of the nut growing industry in British Columbia began here at what is today known as the Gellatly Nut Farm Regional Park. The beginnings of the wine industry also got its start here with some of the oldest vines in the Okanagan being found in West Kelowna.
First Nation Peoples – The sqilxʷ people have lived in the Kelowna (kiʔlawnaʔ) and Westbank (stqaʔtkʷəɬniwt) area from time immemorial. Their rich history is passed down from each generation through ancient oral stories (captikʷəɬ). As you travel around our community you will see the Okanagan language (nsyilxcen) and their culture woven into the community through signs, public art, and symbols.
Pests in Kelowna
The mild, rainy ocean climate has long been the envy of Canadians looking to escape the cold of more eastern provinces. But the conditions that make Kelowna appealing to humans are exactly the same that make it an ideal home for pests who wouldn’t be able to survive the cold dry winters further east.
The dense vegetation that covers much of West Kelowna is home to a wealth of wildlife and associated pests that thrive in the temperate climate. As Canada’s primary gateway to Pacific trade, Kelowna’s harbours also offer some unique challenges for pest control and require continuous monitoring and prevention to ensure that infestations don’t take hold.
There’s nothing quite as frustrating as a pest problem. They can become a huge issue, whether you’re a homeowner or a business manager. That’s why Natural Pest Solutions offers pest control services in Kelowna and the surrounding areas. If you find unwanted rodents, insects, or other wildlife on your property, give us a call. We offer flexible hours so you can call us any time of day, any day of the week.
Natural Pest Solutions
Lakeview Heights, West Kelowna, BC V1Z
If ants have invaded your home, it is nothing to be ashamed of. During summer in Vancouver, these six-legged scavengers tend to invade properties indiscriminately looking for crumbs, oil, grease, spills, and other accessible stuff in your pantry. Ants leave an invisible trail that is often followed by another army of their relatives and friends. That means ant infestation grows very fast, a reason you should get ant control services Vancouver for proper inspection and extermination of these pests.
Types of ants
Here are some of the common ants in Vancouver.
Carpenter ants: Swarms of carpenter ants appear in the summer. They can cause significant damage to both dry and moist wood, particularly wood that has been damaged by water leaks. Carpenter ants rarely come into contact with people, and that means they can compromise the structural integrity of your property long before you realize that the property has been invaded by ants.
Argentine ants: These ants prefer sweet food. They also feed on both live and dead insects, cereals, meat, and damaged fruits. Argentine ants infestations grow fast and can drive all other types of ants from your property.
Fire ants: In addition to destroying plants and being unsightly, fire ants react aggressively and inflict an excruciating sting if aggravated. This is the primary reason you should get professional ant extermination services when dealing with fire ant infestations.
Sugar ants: They are majorly attracted to moisture. Thus, moist rooms such as kitchen and bathrooms are more susceptible to sugar ants infestation.
Why should you hire professional ant extermination services?
The most challenging thing about handling ants infestations is killing them and panic isn’t the big thing. Ants, particularly carpenter ants, can bring your property down and if not well-exterminated, there is a good chance the infestation will continue to grow. This is because the queen-ants will disperse and re-establish new colonies elsewhere. Therefore, you should hire an expert in pest control Vancouver.
Pest control companies have the knowledge and pieces of equipment required to exterminate ants. They can apply different products to control ants without endangering your loved ones. Another benefit of working with experts is that they can conduct subsequent inspections just to be sure that your property is ants-free.
While DIY pest control seems to be cheaper, it’s always expensive in the long-run as infestations recur.
Contributed by: JRG Pest Control – Foremost Experts in ants and other Pests