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Abate Pest Control Removal Services:

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Abate Pest Control knows you don't want to be bothered with household pests and insects. We are fully licensed and insured pest control experts with the knowledge and equipment to keep your property free of unwanted visitors.

Abate Pest Control services the following areas:

Caledon, Bolton, Orangeville, Alton, Erin, Hillsburgh, Georgetown, Brampton, Shelburne, Grand Valley, and Arthur - and everywhere in between in the Dufferin and Peel regions. We are now 28 years locally owned and operated and we know the people and their pests! Call us - We have a professional in your area.

All our services are guaranteed with professional written inspections done beforehand.

Did you know?

mouse photo As our area is surrounded by rural countryside, certain homes may be prone to the odd mouse or two, and in numerous cases an entire infestation. Having a 'house mouse' may not be as harmless as you think. Certain mice are capable of carrying very serious diseases like Hantavirus which you should be aware of.

Things you should know about Hantavirus >> Click

People can get hantavirus when they breathe in tiny particles of fresh mouse or rat saliva, urine, droppings or nesting materials that are infected with the virus. For example, you could get hantavirus if you sweep out a garage that has infected mice nesting in it. Sweeping stirs up the tiny particles of the infected droppings, urine or saliva, and makes them float in the air. When you breathe in these tiny infected particles the virus enters your lungs and you could get sick.


Early symptoms of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome are similar to the flu. Symptoms usually appear about two to three weeks after being exposed to the virus. These early symptoms include:

  • fever
  • muscle aches (especially in large muscles like the thighs, hips, back and shoulders)
  • feeling very tired

Some people may also feel dizzy, get headaches and have stomach pain, diarrhea and/or vomiting.

In the later stage of the disease (four to 10 days after the first symptoms start), you may have more serious symptoms:

  • difficulty breathing
  • shortness of breath
  • coughing

The disease can become life-threatening within a few days of early symptoms, so it's very important to get medical treatment right away. Patients are usually admitted to hospital and given oxygen to help them breathe.

Mice, rats and other animals may also carry Leptospirosis, another serious and potentially fatal bacterial infection.

Call your doctor and Abate Pest Control!
Information provided by The Canadian Lung Association