Pest Library

These are the most common pests Pest Control Center gets calls for. We specialize in Bed Bugs, Cockroaches, Fleas, and more. We deal with almost all insects, rodents and wild life. Please call or email us through the form to see how we can help you fix your pest problem!

Bed Bugs

Size 4 to 5mm long
Colour Reddish brown with a dark abdomen
Description Bed bugs are an oval shape, they have a flattened body, two antennae and six legs


Size 1cm to 5cm long
Colour Black to reddish brown
Description All cockroaches have a pair of long antennae and six long, spiny legs. The body is flattened back to front and oval-shaped. Most cockroaches in Canada have wings, but cannot fly long distances.


Size 1.1mm to 1.5mm
Colour Brown/black. After feeding they take on a dark red color.
Description Fleas are small, parasitic insects that feed by sucking blood from mammals and birds. While immature fleas do not bite, adult fleas usually feed several times a day.


Size 1.5mm to 13mm
Colour Black, dark brown, red, or tan
Description Ants' bodies are divided in three distinct parts: head, thorax and abdomen. The thorax is joined to the abdomen by nodes. All ants have six legs, but only reproductive ants have wings


Size 0.1 mm to 1 mm long
Colour Tan, grey, brown, reddish-brown, bright red, blue, or green
Description Have bulbous, round, or pill-shaped bodies, with eight jointed legs


Size 12cm to 46cm
Colour Black, white, brown, gray
Description Rats are various medium-sized, long-tailed rodents. Rats are typically distinguished from mice by their size.


Size 150mm to 170mm (including tail)
Colour Brown or grey
Description Have oversized ears relative to body size, and a long tail.


Size 13mm to 40mm
Colour Yellow, white, black, reddish
Description Have no hair on their abdomen, which is connected to their thorax with a thin petiole waist. They have three pairs of legs and two pairs of membranous wings. Their head features mouthparts, sensory organs, compound eyes, and segmented antennae.


Size Up to 10mm long
Colour Typically dark. Varies between species
Description A typical adult fly has three body parts: head, thorax and abdomen. They have two compound eyes, two antennae, and various mouthparts, as well as two functional, membranous wings, and three pairs of legs. Fly larvae are tiny, cream-whitish, legless, and often worm-like.

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