How to Get Rid of Moles from your Garden
It can be incredibly inconvenient if you find yourself with a mole infestation. The ground-dwelling carnivores can dig up to four metres an hour, creating complex tunnelling systems to locate their preferred snacks of worms, grubs and larvae. Although moles pose no great threat, they can leave your garden looking untidy. Therefore, we have collated […]
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What are the Signs of Flea Infestation?
Fleas are a common nuisance to humans, livestock and pets; if left untreated, they can become a serious health issue. Therefore, we have listed the top six indicators of a flea infestation and preventative measures to reduce the risk of fleas infiltrating your home in the future. Key Signs of an Infestation Fleas thrive during […]
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Why Are There So Many Spiders in Autumn?
Spiders in Autumn appear so often that people call the end of summer ‘spider season’. Around the same time that spiderweb decorations begin adorning walls for Halloween, real strands of spider silk trace across nooks and crannies too. For some, the influx of spiders in Autumn becomes a bit of a nuisance, but for others, […]
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Cockroach Pest Control Advice
Cockroach infestations surprise many Brits every year. The insects survive and thrive throughout the country, requiring urgent cockroach pest control to protect homes and businesses from contamination. Cockroaches do prefer warmer, humid climates, so they aren’t as common in Britain as in Asia or the States. However, temperamental British weather drives the insects indoors, where […]
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Autumn Pest Prevention – Our Top Tips
As autumn approaches, so does a range of common autumn pests which follow us indoors as temperatures drop. These pests can be far more than just a nuisance; they can contaminate areas within the home and spread diseases. To prevent this risk, we have collated a list of common pests found in the United Kingdom […]
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Are Pigeons Vermin or Harmless?
In the UK, especially in towns and cities like Nottingham, pigeons are unavoidable. Lurking on every street corner, square, park and rooftop. Often described as “rats of the air” we look at whether they are as dangerous and disgusting as they’re rumoured to be, or whether they’re Britain’s most misunderstood bird. Why are Pigeons Usually […]
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Dealing With Ants in Your House and Kitchen
Imagine staring out your window at a beautiful sunrise as you get ready to start the day with a hearty breakfast. But as soon as you get into the kitchen, your good mood turns to dismay when you see your counter – countless ants parading and stealing crumbs from food that wasn’t disposed of properly […]
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How to Get Rid of Bees
Movies make bees seem cute and cuddly, but as anyone with a pest problem knows, insect infestations are far from fairy tales. Even the most caring conservationists consult pest professionals when swarms hit their windows and buzzing bullets fly past their ears. However, bees also play a vital role in pollinating the ecosystem. It’s important […]
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Signs of a Wasp Nest and What You Should Do
As we enter the summer months, wasps become an increasingly unwanted pest problem in many properties and gardens around the UK. Dealing with these creatures without appropriate knowledge, experience, and specialist gear can be a dangerous task; therefore, we recommend leaving wasp nest removal to the professionals. Common Signs of a Wasp Nest It is […]
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Lockdown Helps Boost Rat Population to 150 million
The population of rats in the UK has increased from 30 million in a year to 150m. This has been boosted by quiet urban areas and plentiful waste food.
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