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Certified Technicians

Our technicians are certified (Ministry of Environment and SOFAD) exterminators trained with a specification for Pest.

Best products and techniques

We use the best products and techniques in North America and an Environmental Health, and Safety Policy is available. Our equipment is state-of-the-art and fully adapted to stop ants.

Discrete service

We are offering discrete service, just ask and we will be at your place with an unmarked truck or car.

Complex treatment

Exterminator365 is based on Integrated Pest Management principles and guidelines. It is not just a trap, it’s a complex treatment of pest.

We are using top quality products,
so that our treatments are proved to be Safe

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No matter the problem, Exterminator365 are available 24/7 to exterminate your pest problem in a professional and safe way that will not break the bank.

With our methods and years of experience, we know how to tackle the worst of pest problems.

With our competitive rates and our willingness to beat any other companies prices, we are sure to not just rid you of your pest problem, but give you the best price around.

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Pest Control

Exterminators in Montreal

We are fully certificated and regulated and are confident that no other company can offer a higher level of service or discretion, providing an exceptional customer experience 24/7.

We are proud of our specialized, personal and professional services that are used by domestic, commercial and industries markets. Our professional and innovative approach to pest control has helped to establish our reputation as one of the most trusted companies in the industry.

Bugs Control

  • Ants – are insects that form colonies living in natural cavities that can spread over large territories. Some of the ants may damage crops, invade buildings and damage wooden structures causing economic losses.
  • Asian Ladybugs – Asian Ladybug starts to climb walls, trying to penetrate buildings. The beetle releases a hemolymph from their legs – a self-defensive yellow-brownish liquid that has a foul odor. This hemolymph may cause allergies.
  • Bed Bugs – are insect parasites that are feeding only with human blood. As already known, their preferred habitat is inside the bed, in warm conditions. Bed bugs usually are active at night and are very difficult to be noticed. Their bites may result with side effects as rashes, allergies and psychological distress.
  • Carpet Beetles – Carpet Beetle is an insect with a usual life cycle. It is a feared pest; its larvae feed on natural fibers. It may damage carpets, clothing, and furniture.
  • Clothes Moths – The larvae of the Clothes Moths are considered a major pest, as they feed on clothing such as wool or other natural fibers. The main damage occurs indoor: to carpets, furs and woolen fabrics.
  • Cockchafers – Cockchafers are commonly named “June beetle”. They are a major turf pest, and also a major problem for agriculture and forestry. Grubs’ larvae feed on the roots of grass meanwhile, the adults feed on foliage.
  • Cockroaches –  are commonly known as insects that are considered pests. They have a very high level of tolerance against their living environment and are hardy insects. About 4 species are present in Montreal area.
  • Common Yellow Jacket – Vespula is a small genus of social wasps, widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere.
  • Crickets – are best known for the sound they produce in the evening. They are active during the night. Most crickets are black, brown, red or green. Most male crickets chirp by rubbing their front wings together. This noise may disturb people during the night if they stay too close to the source.
  • Earwigs – can be recognized by a pair of forceps pincers on their abdomen. Some of the earwigs are parasitizing our favorite pets. Earwigs are nocturnal insects and are hiding in small and humid crevices.
  • Fleas – are small insects with mouth adapted for sucking blood by piercing the skin. Fleas are agile, dark-colored, they have long legs, their hind legs are adapted for jumping about 150 times over their own height. They are considered external parasites, which consume the blood of mammals and birds, in particular cats, dogs, humans, chickens, rats, mice and squirrels.
  • Flies – Drosophila melanogaster is a small fly called also fruit flies or vinegar fly; typically pale-yellow-reddish-brown color with red eyes. It has been used in genetic researchers, because it breeds quickly and lays many eggs.
  • House centipedes – Centipedes may be recognized by their specific feature: they have a lot of legs, all the time pair, varying from 30 to 354 legs. Their color is yellowish, grey or dark brown; the insect is about one inch long.
  • Indian Meal Moths – The color varies from bronze, copper to yellowish-gray. The larvae are white with brown heads. They are feeding usually with crops or similar products, as bread, pasta, rice, cereals, nuts or dried fruits.
  • Japanese beetles – The Japanese beetle is an important pest that damage turf and ornamental arrangements of your landscape. It is also known under the name: white grub. Grubs’ larvae feed on the roots of grass meanwhile, the adults feed on foliage.
  • Mosquitoes and Midges – Mosquitoes are small midge-like flies consuming blood mainly from vertebrates, including mammals, reptiles, and birds, etc. A mosquitoes’ bite causes an irritating rash.
  • Pillbugs / Sowbugs – are both crustaceans which look really similar to each other. Sowbugs have an oval body, but the back consists of articulating plates with 7 pairs of legs. The antennae might reach a half of its body length. They are mostly slate gray in color and reach about a half inch long.
  • Powder-Post Beetles – The best way to preserve a powder-post infestation is to use boron. The infestation appears on wooden tools, frames, furniture, books, toys, bamboo and other structures.
  • Silverfish & Firebrats – Silverfish’s diet consists of sugar or starches, book bindings, paper, photos, clothing, hair, dandruff, carpet, glue, plaster, and subsequently, they can damage tapestries, cereals, starched fabrics, leather, fur, and silk. Silverfish are typically 0.5-1 inch long and usually are a nocturnal insect.
  • Spiders – are widely feared, but only a few species might be dangerous for people. The arachnophobia is the fear of spiders, including spider web. Spiders are helpful by controlling insects that are damaging crops or structures. You can recognize spiders, they have eight legs. Spiders eat insects, which makes them predators.
  • Wasps – are well-known insects, mostly known for their yellow jacket. They live in a nest with an egg-laying queen. The wasps become pests when they nest close to a building, usually under the roof.
  • Woodworms – The resulting of a woodworm presence is the damage caused to your furniture and any wooden structures. A building with woodworm problems could be a result of a lack of ventilation in a building with a high level of humidity.

Rodent Control

  • Mice – A mouse is a small rodent; the most known mouse species is the house mouse. They are known by invading homes in searching for food and shelter. Infestation of mice of your property may be detected in various ways: including droppings, live mice and mice nests.
  • Rats – Rats are medium-sized long-tailed rodents; they may be of brown or black color. You can distinguish rats from mice by their larger size. Rats might be a vector for certain pathogens as bubonic plague, leptospirosis, hantavirus infection and Lassa fever.

Birds Control

  • Crows – are a problem for all types of properties, from parking lots to agricultural fields, to suburban homes and even buildings in urban areas. Flocks of crows create a lot of noise, leave messy droppings that can spread disease, strew garbage around, and cause property damage to buildings and landscaping.
  • Pigeons and other nuisance birds reproduce quickly, make noise, foul up your surroundings with their droppings and carry disease-causing germs.
  • Seagull – Gulls and other related seabirds exist in great numbers. A subset of long-winged swimming birds these intelligent birds will carry mussels and clams high in the air and drop them on hard surfaces to get to the soft meat inside. Gulls have the ability to drink saltwater and freshwater, thanks to a pair of salt removing glands above their nostrils.
  • Sparrows – primarily eat seeds, grains and garden plants. Insects makeup two-thirds of the nestlings’ diet but are infrequently consumed by the adults. A study of sparrows’ food habits showed that one half of their diet consisted of seeds, nuts and other human foods. Garbage, bread crumbs and fast food restaurant refuse can support sparrow populations in urban habitats.

Relocation Service

  • Raccoon – Wild animals like raccoons easily infiltrate your home and are difficult to get rid of. If you think you might have raccoons on your property, call us immediately. We are ready to help you solve your raccoon problem fast! Our wildlife specialists are trained and experienced in dealing with all the wild animals found in the greater Montreal area.
  • Skunk  – odor can ruin objects it comes in contact with. Porous items, like cloth, will need to be thrown away. The vapors from skunk spray can create a burning sensation in the eyes and sometimes can cause nausea and vomiting. If a skunk dies under a shed or within a foundation, the smell will persist for months if not years
  • Squirrels – are most active in morning and evening. Squirrels eat mostly nuts and seeds. They live in a variety of habitats, both forest and suburban or city areas. They establish home territories and often communicate via scent, chattering, and flickering of the fluffy tail.

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