When is a pest a pest?


It varies with the type of insect you are talking about. Most people will not mind a single fly in the house. Few would be as tolerant if they saw a cockroach. Our tolerance to having our home invaded by pests is often tied in with the "public image" that a pest has. A mouse in the attic is much more disturbing than a squirrel in the attic - though both may cause identical damage.

Often insect and animal pests are not tolerated because they are unsightly or are a sign that conditions are not as sanitary as they should be. However, there are other, more important health concerns: pests can contaminate food, harm property, cause psychological distress, and they can pose a threat of disease.

The aim of this website is to give you a better understanding of pests and the ways to control them. We hope you enjoy it and please feel free to contact us for your FREE PEST INSPECTION.

Warmest regards,

John Haddad
General Manager









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