How to Find a Wasp Invasion

After months of confusing weather — spring apparently had an identity crisis this year —it’s finally clear to us Torontonians that the cold months are over and it is finally summer! Everybody’s bringing out the picnic table and cleaning the grill, all really for the annual barbecue. You know who else is excited for summer? Wasps. That’s right, the sunny weather isn’t just for festival-loving teenagers and dads waiting to fire up the grill....

Wasps vs. Bees: Which One to Kill, and Which One to Spare?

They both fly, they both have stingers, and they both come buzzing around in your garden once the weather is nice enough outside. Most of you might think that wasps and bees are cut out of the same cookie dough and both deserve a good purging given the chance — wrong. Wasps and bees are both very different —especially when it comes their value to the environment. What’s the Buzz About Bees? Bees —...

Interview: Tips To Eliminate Ants Fast

Note: Content mentioned in the interview is based on Peter’s extensive experience working as an exterminator in the Greater Toronto Area.  For more information about termites, see this post on Global News or this one from Toronto Sun  Power Pest Control specializes in ant, wasp and rodent control so if you have any questions about termites, contact Peter and ask for the relevant referral. In this interview, Peter Power from Power Pest Control talks about...

Interview: How To Eliminate Pests with Peter Power

Peter Power did an interview with http://gtaadvisorspodcast.com/ about tips to eliminate pest Enjoy: Transcript: Robert Caruso: RC Peter Power: PP Robert Caruso: Welcome everyone to another episode of the GTA advisors podcast. I’m Robert Caruso and this is our first live video…our first video podcast that we’re doing with the one and only Peter Power from Power Pest Control Inc. You service all over the GTA and from what I’m checking your website you have...

Interview: What are Carpenter Ants?

In this interview, Peter explains where Carpenter Ants could live in your home: Transcript Robert Caruso: Let’s start with carpenter ants so what are carpenter ants? Peter Power: Okay, carpenter ants are black ants and they are the size of between 0.6 cm to 2.5 which is a 60 mm to 250 mm in length. Now they are drawn to moist wood. They do not eat wood but only bore through the wood. Termites eat...