Following on from our previous blog that focused on the common rat that can become a pest in your house, here at Pest Control in London, we bring alarming news. There have been reports of “super rats” that are resistant to pesticides and are all set to seek solace in your homes this winter.
The percentage of people who have been bitten by an insect or stung by a wasp is, not surprisingly, very high. You may have experienced one or the other, and the not so lucky people out there that have had the displeasure of both may want to invest in some insect repellent.
Unwanted pests can potentially cause a lot of damage to your home and business; not to mention reputation. Being seen as a majorly unhygienic problem, it can result in major financial loss commercially and is the ultimate in restaurant suicide. Therefore, it is important to keep on top of such situations before they even arise and deal with them accordingly.
Often a forgotten pest, Great Britain is home to a fair few species of tick, all with varying preferred hosts and some making a nasty habit of latching onto humans. The Sheep tick, in particular, makes no dispute when it comes to human hosts, but will feed on species of bird and mammals as well.
As possibly our least favourite pest in history, cockroaches are notoriously difficult to get rid of once an infestation has begun.
That is why any signs should be reported to a local pest control company, like us here at Pest Control in London so that the issue can be handled and treated by specialists.