Gardex Chemicals provides top quality services and products for the Canadian Professional Pest Management Industry
OUR INDUSTRY COMMITMENT
Gardex is very committed to helping the Pest Management Industry with superior products, superior service and technical support.
They eat your food, destroy your clothes, furniture, and the foundation of the treasured home you live in. They can bite, sting and even STINK! Some will even have the occasional blood meal…while you’re sleeping.
A small number can quickly turn into thousands.
There are ways to control each specific situation.
When that happens, Gardex has the Solution!
The rats and mice that plague humans are commensal pests. Commensal means “sharing the table” in the literal sense. That’s what rats and mice do, seek shelter and food directly from your table. They know where there’s a free meal!
Stop them in their tracks with a multitude of traps, snaps and rodenticides. Look to the expert on rodent control, Gardex!
The majority of birds and wildlife do no harm and add to the great diversity of the planet. But when they decide to share your home, causing major structural damage and leaving layers of unsightly droppings, you need to take action. There are many ways to control both Wildlife and Birds, whether its live traps, deterrents or scare tactics, look to Gardex to get what you need.
To do the best job possible, you need the best tools possible. Gardex supplies everything you need, from our variety of sprayers and foggers, vacuums and steamers. All from major brands and built to last. Safety equipment? You bet! Plus Gardex stocks the largest replacement parts for B&G in the country. Decrease your downtime, up your earnings, and go with Gardex!
Gardex Chemicals was formed in 1977 in order to provide top quality service and products for the Professional Pest Management Industry. Since the Company’s inception, there have been numerous changes to the Industry as a whole, and Gardex has been in the front line position to help the Pest Management Professional (PMP) manage through those changes for continued growth.
DID YOU KNOW?
Mice and rats are always looking ways to survive the winter. There are many options for keeping them out from the start!