Spiders are beneficial outdoors as they control other insect pests, however their webs can leave an unsightly mess. Most spider species are not harmful to humans, although some will bite if disturbed. With our Buzz Boss Shield Ground System we will setup a protection perimeter around your home to keep them away and outside. Commonly found in dark, dry, protected areas with food supply, we will seek out these spiders and eliminate them from unwanted areas.
Ants can easily become a problem to your home and yard, plus many species are aggressive and bite, causing pain. Buzz Boss will keep them from coming into your home and will also treat for nuisance colonies.
Mosquitoes are small flying insects that carry and transmit diseases. The mosquito that grows up on your property is most likely to bite you. Our mosquito expert will identify problem areas on your property, and help you eliminate the spots they love to hide. Mosquitos larvae can grow in as little as three days in standing water and are able to lay hundreds of eggs each season. Buzz Boss puts an end the problem with these pests.
Ticks are small arachnids that feed on blood and are known disease carriers and transmitters. Often our animals will victims of these attacks, however humans are in danger from these creatures as well, as they hide in plants, tall grasses and other outdoor traffic areas.
There are many different species of wasps & hornets and many are considered beneficial as they pollinate and feed on other pests, however they can be aggressive when disturbed or when competing with humans for food. They will often nest in areas that bring them into conflict with people, in these cases it is sometimes necessary to control populations and remove the nest.
Most commonly considered a nuisance in the fall months, one of the most common types of flies is a 'clustering fly' that gathers in groups on the warm or sunny side of your home, making their way inside to overwinter. Generally, not considered a health hazard, cluster flies are a nuisance, although once they make their way in, flies can lay eggs that will hatch within 6-8 hours and become maggots. (This is true of house flies, but cluster flies only lay eggs outside in earthworms) It would be more accurate to say: they will hibernate in your house or remain active inside your home.
These nasty little creatures will hitchhike their way into your home environment on a variety of things including luggage, clothes and furniture. If you suspect an infestation it is best to call one of our professional pest experts for a comprehensive inspection to evaluate your home before the situation spreads.
Beetles are one of the most diverse classes of insects, many of which are beneficial. Certain species will find their way into your home seeking food or shelter, and safe areas for their larvae to mature. Some species will ruin stored foods and others will find their way into carpets, clothing and furniture. With our outdoor perimeter treatment, BuzzShield™, we will keep them out of your home.
Silverfish are considered pests generally because of their appearance, however are harmless to humans. They will feed on crumbs, books and other paper products, and can also stain fabric and wallpaper. If a large infestation is present then there can be a lot of damage done to your home, as populations are slow to grow and an infestation usually means its been there for a long time.
These long segmented arthropods have many body sections and legs, and are not harmful creatures, although very unattractive and considered a nuisance, especially when found in your home.
Also, in the arthropod family, Pillbugs and Sowbugs are more closely related to shrimp and crayfish, rather than insects. These detritus eaters are not harmful but can become nuisances when invading your home.
Aphids are common garden pests and come in a variety of species and colours that damage plants and spread diseases to them. An initial infestation is usually localized and can be treated easily, call today to avoid an infestation.
Adult moths can a flying nuisance for homeowners. Once they emerge from their cocoons they become air borne creatures attracted to light, and will often fly their way into your homes. Generally not harmful, once they are out of larval stage, their tendency to congregate makes them pest worthy.