Pictures here are an infestation of ants in a home. We use a micro injector system, which allows us to fully treat wall voids without having to remove the walls. This machine injects an insecticide (Pyrethrum) in a gas form that easily spreads into hard-to-reach voids where the ants prefer to nest. Adult bedbugs are a quarter of an inch long, feed on blood, they mainly come out at night and are translucent until they feed themselves and become filled up with blood. Pictured here is the common house mouse. House mice are the most common commensal rodent. Physically, they are grey, weigh up to an ounce, their bodies are 3 to 4 inches long and the tail an additional 4 inches. Pictured here is what a rash from bedbug bites might look like. Bedbugs were virtually wiped out over 50 years ago using aggressive pesticides like DDT. However, in the past few years, they are becoming a major problem again in all of North America including Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville and the surrounding area Seen in this image is an adult bed bug. Hatchlings are so small they can pass through a single stitch-hole in a mattress and even adults can slip into tiny cracks in any furniture in your home due to their flat bodies. Bedbugs are very hard to get rid of. They are almost impossible for a homeowner to treat because the pesticides sold in hardware stores don’t work and sprays need to be approved in order to be used on mattresses. Our expert bedbug removal technicians treat all mattresses in the home, as well as all dressers, drawers, baseboards, chairs, and furniture. Anytime wildlife creatures make their way into your home or business establishment, it can create a lot of unwanted problems and stress for you and your family or coworkers. In this picture you can see the damage left behind by unwanted pests. It’s important to get your pest issues under control and looked at by a professional as pictured in this photo, if left unattended pests can cause a lot of damage. Please feel free to contact us by phone or email anytime. We are available seven days per week. Bedbugs are small, parasitic insects that live by feeding exclusively on the blood of humans and other warm-blooded animals. Adult bedbugs are reddish-brown in colour and approximately a quarter of an inch long with flat, oval-shaped bodies. As you can imagine, with 35 weaned mice per adult female, populations can build rapidly in your home. For this reason, it is best to contact a pest control specialist immediately if you have mice. To many people, rodents are just pesky creatures, but they also have the ability to transmit diseases that can cause death and permanent damage to humans. If you suspect that you may have rodents in your home, here are some classic signs that point to a rodent infestation that may prompt you to seek expert help in getting rid of them. One common and probably most obvious signs of a rodent infestation is the discovery of rodent droppings under the sink and inside the cupboards or drawers. If you see little brown things on the floor, cupboard, or under the sink that looks like mini chocolate chips, don’t touch them with your bare hands! Pictures here is a trapped mouse. We guarantee the highest standards of quality service performed with enthusiasm and integrity. We stand behind all of our work 100% and for that reason, we offer our valued customers a money back guarantee. Pictured here is another common rat. Its very important to call a professional as soon as you see the rat or its droppings. At Action Pest, we are so confident in our work we offer 100% customer satisfaction, GUARANTEED! As a trusted Hamilton wildlife control company for lasting pest removal, we complete over 6,000 structural treatments per year in the Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, and surrounding areas. Pictured here is a bad case of mouse poop. This is one way rodents make it known that they are living in our spaces. The droppings are very dirty and should not be handled. Call a professional today. As professional technicians, we are licensed to use different formulations that are very effective for the long term control of mice. We use anticoagulants, which are blood thinners added to a very palatable meal bait which reduces the clotting ability in mice, thus eliminating any post-treatment odor problems as well.