Rodents carry a huge range of diseases causing bacteria, which can easily be spread to humans. Hundreds of years of European history were dominated by the bubonic plague, a deadly disease attributed to rats. Today, rat and mouse removal by a professional is still vital, as a rodent infestation can still make humans ill if left unattended.
Your garden is a safe haven for some insects. It provides shelter, food and a great place to breed. Some insects you don’t want in your garden, such as pests, can cause a lot of damage. Pests love to hide undetected, and having a cluttered garden will make it even easier for them to gain shelter.
Camping is a relaxing pastime for many of us here in UK (when we get the weather for it!). Having a successful camping trip involves a lot of moving parts, but one thing you definitely don’t want is to have pests make an appearance.
If you are thinking about heading out of the City and the pests in your local London area, remember to be prepared to deal with the ones outdoors in the countryside too!
Fleas are maybe one of the smallest but most persistent pests you can come across in the pest world. They are also one of the most costly pests too, as millions is spent each year in the UK to keep fleas under control. Flea treatments and prevention is one of the largest expenses any pet owners can have.
Over the years, fleas have built up a tolerance to certain flea control products. By changing your products periodically, you can keep the fleas sensitive to a wide range of pesticides.
Flies are a huge concern for many people in the UK, especially those of us who own and operate a business within the food industry. This particular pest is known to spread over 200 different diseases. This not only conflicts with health and safety standards, but puts you, your family and your staff at risk.
A lot of money is spent each year on fly prevention and control. The impact fly infestations can have on a business is vast. It ranges from staff absences to loss of profits and damage to brand reputation.
Seeing cockroaches in your home is never a pleasant sight. They are ugly and are also a health risk to us as well. Cockroaches are known to carry a lot of diseases, and can even cause allergic reactions in some people. So why would a cockroach want to get into your home? Maybe because of the damp.
Now that the weather is warming up, it’s time to get the picnic basket out, get out of London, and plan some great family picnics together. With the new season here, the spring time pests are starting to wake up, and it’s a prime time for pests of all sorts. They will be hungry, and you’re picnic could be the perfect feast.
Here are a few tips for protecting your picnic from pests…
Have you noticed a few pests lurking around your home? Unfortunately, you may be suffering from a pest infestation. If you don’t currently have an infestation, noticing pests around the home is a huge warning sign your home is very susceptible to an invasion in the future.
Here are some reasons why pests may be making your London home, their home…
We all love to spend time in our gardens, and it’s a true symbol of our hard work and dedication when you get it just right. Having pests in your garden put all of the in jeopardy. An infestation of pests can cause some serious damage to your lawn, flowers and vegetables. All of that hard work will be ruined within weeks, or maybe even days.