GreenLeaf Pest Control Offering Bed Bug Control Services in the GTA

Posted November 7, 2017 by greenleafpestcontrol

GreenLeaf Pest Control, a top-notch pest control company, is offering effective, ecologically friendly and affordable canine bed bug control services in the entire GTA.

GreenLeaf Pest Control Inc. is a pest control company with a strong focus on quality, sustainability and customer satisfaction. The pest control company offers a broad range of residential and commercial pest control services in the entire Toronto Area, including Barrie, Richmond Hill, Oakville, Newmarket, Vaughan, and Mississauga. Manifesting GreenLeaf Pest Control’s experience and skills, the services are efficient to meet all applicable environmental norms and the industry best practices. Moreover, the services are backed by competitive pricing, several money back perks, dedicated support and proactive approach to ensure complete customer satisfaction.

Replying to the core competencies of GreenLeaf Pest Control, one of its executives recently stated, “GreenLeaf Pest Control is the safe bet when it comes to dealing with the pests that inflict great damage to property and human health. We offer pest control services for Ants, Spiders, Bees, Birds, Canadian Geese, Clothing Moths, Cockroaches, Rodents, and Wasps. Going beyond the convention, we also provide top of the line exclusion & repair, along with garbage chute cleaning services in and around Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario.”

As an ecologically conscious operation, Greenleaf Pest Control brings to the table an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach, wherein the pesticides are used sparingly and in line with its Environmental Pest Management (EPM) techniques. Discarding the ‘one size fits all’ approach, the pest control company offers each client with a personalized plan of protection to restrict the need for pest control by deterring the pest’s access to the client’s property. To this end, it prefers creating physical barriers at points that allow pest intrusion. Other sustainable pest control methods, such as organic treatments, enzymes, traps, baits are also utilized.

Offering information on the Canine Bed Bug control services on offer, the executive further stated, “Bed bugs are not only a threat to our wellbeing but are difficult to deal with as well. However, it is imperative for the home or commercial property owner to get an accurate determination before putting in resources to get rid of the menace. This will save them a significant amount of time, effort, money and inconvenience. Given our credentials, GreenLeaf Pest Control can be the winning move of such proprietors in Toronto and beyond.”

GreenLeaf Pest Control offers top-notch Canine Bed Bug detection with a dog squad trained in a facility certified by the National Entomology Scent Detection Canine Association. The bed bug tracker canines can identify bed bugs that are alive and eggs that are viable. The training system has been independently tested and is internationally recognized, instilling confidence even among the most skeptics of individuals. Moreover, the canines can detect the even a single bed bug inside of walls, under the carpet, or behind outlets. The early detection of bed bugs in Toronto relieves the proprietor from the expenses and hassle of a full-scale extermination program.

About GreenLeaf Pest Control:

GreenLeaf Pest Control Inc. is a top-rated pest control company with an enviable record. It is serving the entire Greater Toronto Area with effective pest control solutions for a huge range of pests. With a focus on quality and affordability, GreenLeaf Pest Control has emerged as the top choice for detection and extermination of bed bugs in Barrie.
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Business Address Corporate HQ and Technical Support P.O. BOX 751 106 John St W Bradford, ON L3Z 2B3
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Tags bed bugs in barrie , bed bugs in toronto
Last Updated November 7, 2017