As of April 1, 2020, Manitoba ordered, under section 67 of The Public Health Act, all non-essential services to be temporarily shut down in order to slow the spread and flatten the curve of COVID-19. The schedule deems pesticide applicators and exterminators as an essential service.
This means that we, Gilles Lambert Pest Control Services, will continue to maintain our commitment to our clients and communities during these trying times. COVID-19 has brought a lot of stress and uncertainty to Manitobans. We have always taken pride in providing relief in stressful situations and are glad that we can continue to be there for the people who count on us the most.
The services that we provide play a large role in the sanitation of an establishment. Whether that may be a home, a restaurant, or an industrial building, we recognize the damage that could potentially be done by not resolving pest issues as they arise.
Our employees are putting themselves at risk in order to keep other essential service providers afloat, such as in the food industries. We are put at ease with the comfort of knowing that we continue to provide support to the businesses and homeowners that have trusted us for more than 15 years.
Stay safe and well.
My son brought this Youtube channel to my attention and I must say that I found it quite captivating! The Brave Wilderness Channel is a collection wild world of adventures and amazing up-close animal and insect encounters!
Watch here as Coyote Peterson allows himself to be stung by a wasp, describes to you how it feels and shows you how to deal with the aftermath. This is actually a rather mild introduction to this wild man’s antics – be forewarned that he has allowed himself to be bitten by scorpions, bullet ants, giant centipedes, gila monsters, alligators and many more I am sure! You may want to subscribe to his channel if you enjoy this video! Very dramatic, entertaining and educational!
They’re predicting a long hot summer for Southern Manitoba and, along with the province’s other flying six-legged nuisances, extended periods of high temperatures, tend to bring about an increase in the presence of yellow-jacket wasps, which can make it difficult to enjoy the outdoors.Continue reading
When the birds fly south and we bundle up inside with our blanket and hot chocolate, insects are also trying to keep warm; and full.Continue reading
West Nile Virus is a vector transmitted virus that is carried by mosquitoes. Living in Manitoba, we are never sure what our summers’ weather will consist of, therefor, it is important to always be prepared. The risk of the virus is dependant on the quantity of mosquitoes, which is determined by the amount of precipitation of the summer season.Continue reading
In Winnipeg, many of us shack up inside our homes during the winter and avoid venturing out into the cold whenever possible. But you may not be the only one who’s seeking warmth in your house. What’s that sound you hear in the attic? Who keeps leaving droppings in your sock drawer? If you notice these signs, you may have a mouse problem on your hands. Is that rodent looking for a place to sleep through the winter, or have they decided to move in with you? Continue reading
It’s another beautiful morning – until you notice the bite marks on your legs. These strange red dots are itchy and irritated, and they confirm your worst fear: bed bugs. If you’ve dealt with a bed bug infestation in the past, then you know how dreadful and drawn-out this process can be. Before you toss your mattress out the window, read on to learn about how you can confirm a bed bug infestation and how to effectively get rid of them: Continue reading
Resilience is a great trait to have, except when it comes to cockroaches. These pests are notoriously hard to get rid of once they settle in your home. They can survive up to a month without food and can tolerate radiation better than most animals. An insect this loathed has no right being so hardy, but that’s the reality when it comes to cockroaches. As winter approaches, many homeowners look for ways to pest-proof their homes. And there’s one pest that nobody ever wants to see: the dreaded cockroach. Do their numbers increase more in the warmer or cooler months? Continue reading
When summer rolls around, most people prepare their homes for the season by servicing their air conditioners or buffing up their insulation. But another important step that many forget is fortifying their houses against pests. Once an infestation begins, it can get out of hand quickly – bugs and rodents can multiply incredibly fast. Keep reading to find out how to defend your home against common summer pests: Continue reading
Ah, summertime; full of sunshine, pool parties, and… ladybugs? When the snow melts away, you may spot some unwelcome guests in your home. These pesky critters hibernate during the winter and re-emerge once the snow melts. If you have a ladybug infestation, read on for the most common causes and what you can do to prevent it from happening in the future: Continue reading
Summer is finally here, which means that the season of outdoor pools and picnics is upon us. But there may be an unwelcome guest at your backyard barbeque – the dreaded wasp. Whether you have a serious allergy or just want to avoid getting stung, you’ll want to take a few precautions to repel wasps from your home. Here are some DIY ways to thwart wasps away from your backyard this summer: Continue reading