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PEST CONTROL IN AURORA

York Pest Control has been active in the town of Aurora for nearly 30 years.

 

York Pest Control has been active in the town of Aurora for nearly 30 years.  Residents of Aurora have been experiencing their excellent services since the business began back in 1983.

Bryan Calvert, owner and operator of York Pest Control, is a resident of York Region, in which Aurora is located. Bryan and the trained professionals of York Pest Control know the solutions to the pests most common to the Town of Aurora and the rest of the region.

The town of Aurora is known for its beautiful landscape and lush green space that is perfect for recreational outdoor activity.  Though a gorgeous area to live in, it is also the perfect environment to breed insect pests such as earwigs, cluster flies, carpenter bees, beetles and many different species of spiders.

We, at York Pest Control know that insect infestations are an ongoing concern for the businesses and residents of the Aurora area.

Aurora also hosts an abundance of wildlife, many of which can infest your home or business, cause damage to property and pose significant health hazards. Although we do not provide animal control for all the critters that may plague your home or place of business, we do offer control for mice and rats.

Like other Southern Ontario towns, Aurora has seasonal pests to deal with. Due to the large variation of temperature, the seasons force certain insects indoors when it becomes cold and out again when it warms up. Spring brings the hibernating insects back out while winter encourages them to sleep. Businesses and residents of Aurora count on York Pest Control to help eliminate such seasonal problems.

One of these insects is the European Earwig. These insects migrated to North America in the early 1900's and are now considered native.

Earwigs emerge in the spring, thrive in humid weather, and can hibernate during the winter, either as adults or eggs. They sometimes tunnel as deep as 1.8 m (6feet) below the soil surface to escape the cold, returning again in the spring to destroy your lawn and garden. If the summer months are dry, earwigs will enter homes and buildings in search of moisture. For this reason, left unchecked, an earwig problem will return next season in increased numbers. If you have an earwig problem that you wish to solve, call York Pest Control today.