Stop birds nesting under your solar panels – Call a specialist for Solar Panels Netting! We offer professional and discreet Pest Control Services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Continue reading
If you come into contact with a mouse, chances are it’s a house mouse. These mice are known as “commensal rodents”, which refers to them living with or in close proximity to humans. Field mice are much more suited to nesting outdoors and consequently will move indoors once the weather gets colder.Continue reading
Mice Pest Control. Mice are a part of British wildlife; – but when they take up residence with you, they can be a cause for concern. Active all year round, mice are one of the most common pest species in the UK.Continue reading
Being bitten while you sleep? If so, you most likely have a problem with bed bugs. We can help you rapidly eradicate a bed bug infestation in your home or business in a decent budget.Continue reading
BRITISH homes could be invaded by rats this winter, pest control experts have warned.
They can often weigh over half a kilo and up to 23 cm long; brown rats breed rapidly with each female producing three to 12 litters of between six and eight young in a year.Continue reading
Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use study is saying that rodenticide resistance in rats has been confirmed in several new areas; acording to pest control news.Continue reading
What are the moths?
Textile or clothes moth is a common pest which feeds on a substance called keratin, which is present in fibers such as silk, wool, cashmere; more exactly they are feeding on your clothes causing often costly damaged if the infestation is not identified and treated soon.
Pigeons can be entertaining to watch, but their droppings can cause damage to buildings; and spread diseases to people and other animals. You can prevent this from happening, namely through deterrents and humane population control. Before you take any measures, check your national and local laws concerning their protection status and which control methods you may use.Continue reading
Spring pests are here! Now that we’ve set our clocks forward for the year, spring is officially on the minds of many homeowners. Spring is also a time when insects and critters emerge to build nests and forage for food for their young. Sometimes this results in insects and wildlife coming too close to home for comfort. Left unchecked, a little nuisance can turn into an infestation. Continue reading
Mice may look cute and fuzzy, but in reality, their presence means stress, chewed furniture, and a fire hazard because they can gnaw on electrical wiring in your walls. And the worst part? They s**t and pee all over your stuff. Yeah, it’s gross. Not to mention that rodents in general are harbingers of many diseases. They’re also very clever, resourceful, and difficult to get rid of.Continue reading