Zedzug Pest Control Service Vancouver - (604) 900-7276
Vancouver Pest Control Heat Treatments
Why Choose Us?
We use specialized equipment to heat the entire space to 50 degrees Celsius. The heat reaches the pests hiding places and kills all stages of life including eggs in 8 hours or less. Heat treatments are proven effective and safe for the whole family.
You'll notice we have no pictures or words stating “pest control” on any of our shirts, equipment, or vehicles. We understand that an infestation can leave a negative impression and your reputation is our primary concern.
FULL SERVICE PEST REMOVAL
We offer you an environmentally friendly, non-toxic, chemical free heat application pest treatment that can be applied to specific areas or entire structures. Services offered for homes, restaurants, hospitals, hotels, warehouses, office spaces, schools and more.
We want to help you solve your pest problems today and we are eager to earn your business. We offer you free inspections, a free quote, and will beat any competitors quoted price by 10%. You also have peace of mind with our one year warranty.
ABOUT OUR HEAT TREATMENTS
Our Pest Control Heat Treatment (also called thermal or heat remediation) Is The Most Effective Way To Kill Pests and Their Eggs
- Kills all life stages of insect - adults, nymphs, and eggs - all in a single heat treatment
- Extreme heat is a non-toxic, non-chemical pest control method that penetrates wall cavities, mattresses and other hard to reach areas
- There is no odor, in fact the high heat will eliminate any typical household odors like smoke, mold/mildew, food, and pet odors
- Fast - guaranteed* treatment within 24 hours, however most treatments only need anywhere from 4-8 hours to complete, depending on size of your treatment area
- No damage to your valued contents in a properly prepared pest infested room
- With heat, there is no need to throw away your bed or furniture, we can treat most items and save you from buying new
- A pest control system that works on ALL invading insects and rodents
Vancouver and Area Pest Control Heat Treatment Service Location Near You
We travel to your property from the location that is nearest to you. Please select the city that is the closest to you, and we will send someone out to help immediately. Not sure which location you should choose? Just give us a call on our toll free number and we will help you find the right service location for your area.
We will travel to you if you live in or nearby any of these communities listed below.
Now offering pest control services in Abbotsford, Armstrong, Burnaby, Campbell River, Castlegar, Chilliwack, Colwood, Coquitlam, Courtenay, Cranbrook, Dawson Creek, Delta, Duncan, Enderby, Fernie, Fort St. John, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Kamloops, Kelowna, Kimberley, Langford, Langley, Maple Ridge, Merritt, Nanaimo, Nelson, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Parksville, Penticton, Pitt Meadows, Port Alberni, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Powell River, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Quesnel, Revelstoke, Richmond, Rossland, Salmon Arm, Surrey, Terrace, Trail, Vancouver, Vernon, Victoria, West Kelowna, White Rock, Williams Lake, and surrounding areas.
Vancouver Fun Facts
About Vancouver, BC
Vancouver- a Brief History
The Aboriginal, according to archeological reports, lived in Vancouver, BC, from 8000 to 10000 years ago. They had villages in the present parts of Vancouver such as Stanley Park, False Creek and Point Grey. The first European settlement was in 1862 when Fraser Gold Rush brought about 25,000 men with him, mainly, from California.
A mill was established in the North, the current North Vancouver where the logging relationship started. The city of Vancouver was incorporated in 1886 when the first transcontinental train arrived. Vancouver population grew from 1,000 in 1881 to 100,000 by 1900. The natural resources were the basis of the city during the 20th century.
Amalgamation with south Vancouver and Point Grey brought about new boundaries and the population grew to about 200,000. By 2010, it was ranked as one of the most lively cities in the world.
Things to do in Vancouver
Vancouver, BC, Canada weather is one of the warmest and wettest cities during winters in the entire nation. Looking for a great adventure? Drive to Chilliwack River to enjoy rafting in the river Canyon. Indulge and treat your body in the hot mineral pools at the Harrisons Hot springs Resort and Spa and later, dine at a restaurant on the site.
Take a ride to Whistler for enjoyable, luxury experiences. During winter, don’t miss out on the world class skiing at Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort. Vancouver, BC, has lush vineyards and fertile agricultural land perfect for food getaways. Go for wine tasting at Lulu Island winery then proceed for lunch at one of the Asian restaurants for delicious cuisines.
Explore Bowen Island and indulge in its various outdoor activities. Hike through rainforests, mountain bike along Vancouver trails and swim in the city’s sandy beaches. Explore art galleries, shops and casual eateries without spending much money if you are traveling on a budget.
The 33rd Annual TD Vancouver International Jazz festival is a Vancouver upcoming event, attend to share the experience. You’ll find lots more things to do in Vancouver.
Vancouver has interesting neighborhoods. Chinatown, one of the most popular tourist attraction destinations, is a top neighborhood in Vancouver. It is a primer on Chinese culture and cuisine. Explore the area stores for shopping and souvenirs. Coal Harbor is a small neighborhood on the water’s edge.
It is bordered by Burrard to the north and Georgia Street to the South, according to Vancouver city map. Walk along the street to view the city’s public arts. The Jack Poole Plaza hosted the world’s Paralympics games in 2010. Walk along Stanley Park for more adventure, experiencing the harbor life first-hand. Harbor cruising tour of the city is a must-try, fun outdoor activity.
Commercial Drive is a rich cultural neighborhood with colorful shopping centers. It runs through the neighborhood and thus sipping coffee as you walk is a great idea. At the south end of the neighborhood is the Hendry Park. It has busy markets, especially between May and October. It is a perfect venue for an impromptu picnic as food is available in the markets.
Gaston is a neighborhood that combines old history with new history. In Gastown, locals stylishly showcase their products. It is located in the downtown area near the Vancouver peninsula. Stroll along Water Street to get the perfect view of cobblestones and old buildings.
Other Vancouver, BC, neighborhoods include Granville Street, Kitsiliano, Robson Street, Punjabi market, Yale town, South Granville and West End, among others.
Contact us to find out more about Vancouver BC and the top places to visit while vacationing