Domestic Pest Control – Rodent Infestation
The most common domestic pest control problem you are likely to suffer will be from rodents. Both the House Mouse (mus-domesticus) and the Brown Rat (rattus-norvegicus) are attracted to domestic properties and gardens at different times of the year.
You should never overlook a possible rodent issue. Both mice and rats can cause serious damage to properties if left to develop. As well as physical damage, there is also the financial element for any repairs. However, the most serious issue is that they can carry and distribute lethal bacteria across your home and garden. This is primarily through their urine, droppings, and tracks.
Rodents have the ability to quickly multiply in numbers. A domestic rodent problem therefore requires quick and professional treatment.
All of our technicians are fully trained to RSPH Level Two standard as a minimum. As fully accredited members of the British Pest Control Association, you can also feel assured that our practices and methods will be the best to fully eradicate your rodent problem.
As well as fully solving your rodent issue, our technicians pride themselves in their ability to offer advice on key issues to help your property remain rodent free in the future.
Domestic Pest Control – Insect infestation
It is an unfortunate fact that most households will, at some stage, suffer from a domestic insect problem. The most common infestation is likely to originate from the Garden Ant (lasius niger) or the Common Wasp (vespula vulgaris). These insects can sometimes become too much of a nuisance. We have methods of eradicating these insects with little or no disruption to the home.
We can also encounter the more serious insect pests such as the Cockroach (blattella germanica), that can literally take over your home or the more nasty biting insects such as Bed Bugs (cimex lectularius) and Fleas (ctenocephalides felis).
An infestation of these insects requires expert treatment to completely eradicate the problem. We have the knowledge and experience in various techniques both physical and chemical to do just that. Every insecticide we use has a full CoSHH assessment prior to use. All of our domestic insect procedures remain in line with all applicable health and safety issues. Additionally we have a number of useful pre-treatment inspection checklists that we can provide you with prior to any domestic insect treatment. This will ensure our treatment has the maximum effect to eradicate the insects.
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