Pest Eradication

Ant Control

Control is often difficult if the seat of a colony is not reached when applying a residual insecticide. It's advisable to watch foraging ants going back .. more

Bed Bug Control

The area to be treated should be cleared of people, and any bedsheets or soft furnishings removed for cleaning. The areas to be treated include .. more

Bird Control

Problems are only created by giving birds access to a food supply, but if that supply is removed then the population will disappear .. more

Cockroach Control

The use of crawling insect monitors / cockroach traps will help on the initial inspection. Their siting will give an indication of .. more

Flea Control

The treatment of fleas on any pet is the owners responsibility and a multi-step process. Adult fleas spend most of their time on an animal, but the flea eggs .. more

Fly Control

The presence of flies is always an indicator of a proofing defect and possibly a hygiene problem. Flykillers can be sited to catch insects that have .. more

Mole Control

Majority of succesful mole control comes in the form of trapping, using various traps such as the barrel trap, scissor traps and talpex style traps .. more

Rodent Control

Identify harbourages, effect proofing to doors and holes in building fabric. Identify defective drains/sewers and possible access via services. Remove .. more

Silverfish Control

Silverfish are not difficult to control. Packaging and pallets must not be kept in a damp environment. If a high humidity level (RH) can be .. more

Spider Control

An effective approach to spider control is the knowledge of their predatory nature; they primarily consume other insects. So, reducing other .. more

Squirrel Control

Grey squirrels have limited legal protection and can be controlled all year round by a variety of methods including shooting, trapping and poisoning .. more

Wasp Control

Control can be achieved by using the following methods: Proofing doors, windows and openings, with screens and curtains as appropriate; cleaning .. more

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