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Pest Advice

Do you know the difference between your flying pests?

Do you know the difference between your flying pests?

As the days get warmer and the nights get longer you will notice the return of our buzzing friends. Whilst they are usually happy going about their life, many can cause harm and distress to us so it helps to understand their differences. 

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Mouse facts

Mouse facts

Mice might be smaller and less unsightly than their ancestral siblings, the rats - but they are just as much of a nuisance. Fuelled by hunger and curiosity, these "cute" creatures can cause a whole host of problems; spreading over 35 diseases and destroying houses and homes by over breeding. Here are some handy tips on how to deal with a mice infestation:

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A day out with a Pest Controller

A day out with a Pest Controller

The words 'pest control' are enough to strike fear into any household, but do we understand the extent these exterminators go to to rid our homes of nasties? I swapped my computer for a solid stomach, and discovered what it's really like to be a pest controller for a day, how they handle a job that we might squirm at, and try to understand why they do it! I accompanied Jeff (pictured right), an RSPH Level 2 qualified pest controller who looks after the east coast region of Pestforce, on a typical (and busy) day in the life of a pest controller...

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Rat facts

Rat facts

Rats are opportunistic, invasive survivors, often living with and near humans. They have long been considered deadly pests spreading diseases such as Salmonella, e.Coli and Tuberculosis which can be passed on to us and pets. Not only that, they carry fleas, ticks and mites. Enough said? Here is some advice about rats for you....

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