Springtime brings along its energizing sunshine, refreshing spring rains, and beautiful blooming flowers. However, all of this also comes with the re-emergence of bugs. During winter, most bugs hibernate, some change their habitats, while others find shelter in the cracks and crevices of your home. When winter chills are finally over, bugs come out to look for food and to reproduce. As you clean up your house in preparation for spring, it’s a great idea to hire an exterminator in Winnipeg who will professionally get rid of spring bugs. Otherwise, be prepared to see more and more of these bugs around your home and in the yard – just like you, they love to enjoy the warm weather. Continue reading
Do you ever find yourself at a crossroads, unable to tell which bottle to pick when you want to eliminate pests? Insecticides, disinfectants, and pesticides are all meant to eliminate germs and unwanted creepy crawlers. If you are looking for a reliable pest control solution, you are probably asking: What’s the difference between the three? Where do you apply each one? Continue reading
WINNIPEG, Canada – Gilles Lambert Pest Control, a locally owned and operated company based in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, Canada, is today delighted to announce that they have partnered with the AIR MILES Reward Program and is the only pest control company in Winnipeg that can reward AIR MILES Reward Miles as part of their service promotions.
The pest control industry is a particularly competitive niche, and as a consequence, every business is looking to have something extra to offer their customers. The AIR MILES Reward Program is Canada’s most recognized loyalty program, and to be the only pest control Partner in Winnipeg is a significant benefit for Gilles Lambert Pest Control.
“As a company, we are always looking at ways of providing extra value for our customers,” said Gilles Lambert. “Although our clients are primarily concerned about dealing with a pest infestation or other similar issues, as the market leaders in the local area, we were determined to find some additional benefits for our clients. With this new partnership with AIR MILES, we are confident that our packages are far and away the best option for anyone in need of pest control in Winnipeg.”
Gilles Lambert Pest Control Services Inc. started as a small one-person company with nothing but experience. After much hard work and effort, the company developed, and because of its integrity and many satisfied customers, it has flourished into what it is today, the largest independent pest control service company in Manitoba. The company is proactive, using current techniques and innovations to discover treatment methods that advance its competitive position. The company has five service vehicles, five full-time licensed technicians, and a few casual employees and administrative staff. The company first began in St. Jean Baptiste, Manitoba, and has relocated its office to St. Adolphe, Manitoba, which is more centrally located to serve all of Winnipeg and surrounding areas. For more information about the company and the services they provide, visit their website at https://glpestcontrol.ca/
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Bed bugs are minute, brown, blood-sucking insects that feed on human blood. Familiar reactions to their nasty bites include reddening of the skin and skin inflammation. Often your skin may develop noticeable lesions that may be mistaken for flea or mosquito bites. Also, their bites may result in itchy red bumps or blood or fluid-filled lumps. Knowing some facts about bed bugs will help you stay on guard. Continue reading
If you think a bitterly cold winter will kill the bugs you hate most and reduce the damage they’ll do in the spring and summer, you’ll be disappointed. As far as the weather is concerned, temperature isn’t the most important factor with bugs, moisture is. In fact, very dry conditions will depress bug populations more than cold temperatures. Different bugs react differently to winter conditions, though. Continue reading
You flip the lights on and suddenly you see a bunch of cockroaches scattering – a very unpleasant sight to witness. Contrary to most people’s beliefs, roaches are not afraid of sunlight or any type of light for that matter. The shift of environment is what causes them to panic and run – their reaction is more from their fear of humans than any distaste for light.
These insects know that they are more likely to stay alive in dark places where humans can’t get to them. Their gravitation towards dark and narrow places also makes it simpler for them to store food and to breed. Some common areas roaches love to seek refuge include bathroom vanities, kitchen cabinets, the spaces behind and under the refrigerator, in your electronics, attics, and basements. Continue reading
Wondering why pests like hanging out in your basement? Well, there are a lot of different things that make basements a safe haven for creepy crawlies of all kinds. First off, pests are generally shy – it’s a survival mechanism for them. Pests will do whatever it takes to avoid exposure and your basement is usually an ideal environment. Most basements are dark and often the least busy parts of a house, meaning your uninvited guests can move around comfortably hunting for food, unnoticed. Continue reading
In Winnipeg, some pests will enter your home in the fall to stay over the winter. Then, in summer, as you lay out in your patio or the beach trying to soak up every ounce of sunshine, you may find yourself fighting off mosquitoes, if not wasps. In Winnipeg, different seasons attract different pests. These are the five most common pests you’ll find around: Continue reading
As nature would have it, bed bugs are one of the most difficult pests to control. You can blame this on their ability to multiply quickly, hide in extremely tiny spaces and go without their preferred meal (human blood), for a long period of time. In just one year, bed bugs can produce three to four generations. If you’re not a bed bug exterminator in Winnipeg, attempting to eliminate bed bugs could turn into an apparition hunting expedition that never comes to an end – as soon as you think you just got rid of them, they come back again. Continue reading