HUG Pest Control Services

Bed Bugs

Do you wake up in the morning covered in itchy red bites, often appearing in clusters or rows of three? If so, you might have bed bugs.

Bed bugs are microscopic-sized parasitic insects that have become a serious problem all around the world. If you have ever been plagued by bed bugs, you know how stressful it can be and ridding your home of these parasites is very challenging. These pests prefer warm and dark over bright areas, because they can remain hidden in them better.  By the time you finally spot a single bed bug, your home could potentially be infested. There are several signs that indicate the presence of these critters including a musty, foul odor and darkened spots, which may be found on the mattress, bed frame, box spring, couches, baseboards, chairs, and recliners. As soon as you spot these signs, it is time for you call HUG Pest Control, because you need to get this problem solved immediately.  No one knows bed bugs like us. We will eliminate those little pests and keep your home free of any type of parasitic insect.


As most people know, cockroaches are a common sight in Toronto and are definitely a nuisance. Our pest control service technicians find cockroaches just about anywhere, including restaurants, hotels, commercial properties and residential homes. Cockroaches start out by colonizing kitchen and bathroom areas, where they can be close to heat, moisture and their food sources. What a lot of people do not realize, however, is just how dangerous these pests can be. They’re far riskier than bedbugs and other similar household pests, because they are capable of carrying and transmitting dangerous diseases, thereby causing illnesses such as food poisoning and diarrhea in humans. Furthermore, their droppings provoke allergic reactions and asthma attacks in sensitive individuals. Cockroaches have high reproduction rates so they can spread like wildfire. Living with roaches is dangerous so you should never accept their presence. When you’ve identified cockroaches in your home or business, you need to contact HUG Pest Control right away.

Rats And Mice

It’s the middle of the night. The house is quiet. Suddenly, you hear an ominous scratching sound. Perhaps it’s coming from the attic or maybe the kitchen. Sound familiar? You may have a rat or mouse problem.

  • Toronto is Ontario (and possibly Canada’s) most rat-infested City. Rough estimates put the population in the millions.
  • Rats and other rodents host various parasites, including ticks and fleas, as well as diseases. These furry pests also spark fires when they gnaw on electric wires.
  • Signs of rodent infestation include fecal and urine droppings, appearance of gnawed or chewed objects, strange rub marks, tracks, holes, and burrows.
  • Common places for rodents to congregate include attics, under cabinets, in basements, outdoors under decks and other enclosures.
  • Rats and mice are prolific breeders, so when you see one, know that there are probably many more around.
  • Properly-sealed food sources, including pet food, can help prevent rat infestation.

HUG pest control specializes in rodent abatement. We’ll conduct an inspection, and we can get rid of your rat and mice problems quickly, and we ensure that you, your family, and your pets are always safe in the process.

We have helped a multitude of clients throughout Toronto and would welcome the opportunity to do the same for you.

Don’t let rodents take over your home – call the experts at HUG pest control. We’re available 24/7 – yes, even in the middle of the night.


Our skilled ant exterminators are accustomed and willing to work around the clock to eradicate your ant infestation. We rely on a variety of approved pesticides focused on eradicating ants. When home or business owners contact our office, we immediately schedule them an appointment for an in-home inspection. During this process, the HUG technician will examine your establishment or home to determine the severity of your infestation and will begin the extermination process. Once this is completed, the technician will then provide you with a list of treatment options. Many times, the right pest control solutions include finding and exterminating the ant colony, removing food attractants, and sealing pest entry points. With our knowledge and expertise, you’ll be ant-free in no time.

Stinging Insects

Bees, wasps, hornets and other stinging insects can create serious problems for your loved ones. Their stings are incredibly painful. They may also lead to an allergic reaction. With that being said, you must take care of this insect immediately! Do not allow your family members to live in the dangerous environment where stinging insects are active. When you need to have a nest or hive removed, leave it to HUG Pest Control, your pest control professionals. We have the right pest control tools to get under decks and porches, and into nooks and crannies. We have ladders designed to reach way up high to take care of that nest that is hanging off a soffit.

Other Insects

At HUG, we offer a variety of pest control removal services for other types of insects including ground beetles, boxelder bugs, sow bugs, earwigs, centipedes. Our focus is on removing these pests in a timely and professional manner. The first step with all such bugs is to confirm what type of pest is bothering you. Once identified, our pest control service technicians will provide you with a solution to meet your needs. Contact HUG pest control today for the right removal solution.

Wild Life Removal

Dealing with a pest infestation is one thing, but a wild animal will be entirely different. A wild animal can potentially be very dangerous. Can you imagine a racoon or squirrel taking shelter in your home or shed? This could create a frightening problem very quickly. And unfortunately, this is a type of problem that most homeowners cannot rectify on their own. Thankfully, we do offer wildlife control services. We can help you get rid of the wildlife, before it turns your life upside down.

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