WINNIPEG, MB: Gilles Lambert Pest Control Services Inc., a top pest control and pest extermination company in Winnipeg, is proud to announce that its owner, Gilles Lambert, has been featured in a CBC article about the rise in cockroach infestations in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
In the article, Gilles Lambert discusses a number of points of evidence indicating that cockroach infestations in Winnipeg are becoming more common. The number of cockroach infestations that Gilles Lambert Pest Control treated this year is over 2000 – up from about 1000 last year. The article also discusses how multi-unit homes are the most common places where cockroaches thrive, but businesses and restaurants have also seen an increase in the number of infestations. This is the second time since 2021 that Gilles Lambert has been featured in a CBC article for his cockroach control expertise.
“I’m thrilled to have been asked to interview with the CBC again; I hope my advice in the article helps Manitobans understand the risks of an untreated cockroach infestation,” said Gilles Lambert. “Cockroaches are incredibly adaptable, and female cockroaches lay a lot of eggs – an infestation can get out of hand quickly. I recommend that anyone dealing with a cockroach infestation call a pest control company immediately; you can call me and my team at Gilles Lambert Pest Control today.”
Gilles Lambert Pest Control started as a one-person operation in St. Jean Baptiste, headed by Gilles Lambert, in 2004. Today, through hard work, integrity, and commitment to customer satisfaction, it has grown into the largest independent pest control service company in Manitoba. With 12 Technical Field Experts, a fleet of service vehicles, and years of experience, it is headquartered in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, and serves all of Winnipeg and the surrounding area. For more information, visit www.glpestcontrol.ca
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