FAQs - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Here you will find commonly asked questions for pest problems.
You are most welcome to call us on 647-501-0074 for any questions related to pest control services.

WHAT IS PEST CONTROL?
Pest control is the management or regulation of a species classified as a pest. Pests can be detrimental to both the structural integrity of a building and a person’s health and well being. Controlling pests is done using a range of chemicals and other strategies which have been proven to eliminate the infestation.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I HAVE MY HOUSE INSPECTED FOR PESTS?
An annual inspection is the safest way to detect, treat and prevent pests from gaining control. If, however, you think you have a pest problem now, don't wait. Call us right away on 647-5010074 so we can get our professionally trained Pest Exterminator onsite as soon as possible.
HOW LONG DOES THE TREATMENT TAKE?
Depending on the pest control treatment being carried out, generally we allocate between 1-2 hours for your service to be completed, we will always allocate the appropriate time so you can be rest assured the treatment will be carried out to the highest standard.
WHAT IS BED BUG TREATMENT PREPARATION NEEDED?
Bed Bug Infestations are difficult to deal with and success depends on the thoroughness of the preparation, treatment and the follow up.

Bed Bug treatment preparation

♦ Wash all cloths and dry for 45 min at highest temperature possible.
♦ Remove all linen off the bed then wash and dry.
♦ Empty all drawers and closets of contents and place into clear bag
♦ Move all furniture, desks etc. 15 inches from the wall.
♦ Leave all furniture accessible.

These steps must be taken without fail for effective treatment otherwise it will take longer to get rid of Bed bug.
ARE MY PETS SAFE?
The sprays and treatments used by Husky pest control do not affect pets; however your pest Technician will discuss this with your further. Indeed, the chemicals we use are registered for safe use in hospitals, schools and public places. We advise on certain precautions, regardless, believing it's better to be safe than sorry.