Call us on: 01603 850 850

Call us on: 01603 850 850

Brown Rat

Rats pose a significant challenge as pests due to their ability to reproduce rapidly and their potential to cause damage and spread diseases. It’s essential to understand their behaviour and implement effective measures to manage rat infestations.

House Mouse

The house mouse (Mus musculus) is a small rodent that can become a pest in residential and commercial settings. It has a slender body, large ears, and a pointed snout. House mice are nocturnal and possess a strong sense of smell and excellent hearing. They can climb, jump, and squeeze through small openings to access food sources and shelter. House mice are omnivorous and are attracted to grains, cereals, seeds, and food scraps. They reproduce rapidly, with a female capable of having up to 10 litters per year.Each litter typically consists of five or six mouse pups, though it’s not rare to see as many as 12 in a litter.House mice can cause damage to structures by gnawing on materials, and they pose health risks as carriers of diseases.

Wasps

Wasps are flying insects that can be considered pests due to their ability to sting and their tendency to build nests in close proximity to human activity. it’s important to understand their behaviour, nesting habits, and effective management techniques to address wasp  infestations.

Ants

Ants are small social insects that can become pests in homes, businesses, and outdoor areas. They live in colonies and forage for food over long distances. While ants play a beneficial role in ecosystems, they can invade structures, contaminate food, and cause damage. Preventing ant infestations involves sealing entry points, maintaining cleanliness, and eliminating potential nesting sites.

Flies

We understand that each fly infestation is unique. we will conduct a thorough inspection of your premises to assess the extent of the problem and identify the contributing factors. Based on our findings, we develop a tailored treatment plan that effectively targets the specific areas and conditions attracting specific flies.

Cockroach

Cockroaches are scavengers, feeding on decaying plant material, garbage, and food scraps. Cockroaches can pose health risks by spreading bacteria and pathogens. Effective pest control measures for cockroaches involve reducing moisture, sealing entry points, and implementing targeted insecticide treatments.

Fleas

Fleas are a common pest that can cause discomfort, irritation, and transmit diseases to humans and pets. Their rapid reproduction and resilience make them a persistent problem that requires professional intervention to effectively eliminate flea populations and prevent their recurrence.

Hornets

Hornets can pose risks to humans and pets due to their potent stings. Their stings can cause pain, swelling, and allergic reactions, which can be severe in sensitive individuals. The large size of hornets compared to other wasps can make their stings more painful and potentially more dangerous.

Beetles

Silverfish

Squirrels

Preventing gray squirrel infestations involves addressing potential entry points into buildings, such as gaps, holes, and damaged vents or screens. Trimming tree branches near structures can also reduce their access. Additionally, securing food sources, such as bird feeders, can help deter them from the area.

Rabbit

Rabbits can quickly multiply and wreak havoc on gardens, lawns, and agricultural fields. Their burrowing habits and voracious appetite can result in extensive damage to vegetation and property structures. Its important to effectively manage rabbit populations and implement measures to prevent their return