We offer flea, bedbug, cockroach and ant control in your homes and property. In order to successfully combat these pests in your home it is very important that Integrated pest management is put into place.
To help prevent fleas becoming established within your home it is essential that you vacuum carpets, furnishings, cracks in the floorboards and upholstered furniture to get rid of fleas and eggs. Taking great care when emptying the vacuum cleaner as fleas will still be alive, we recommend the hoover to be emptied outside in a bin, after each room is done whilst the pest is being managed.
If you have pets, a flea comb and regular grooming combined with weekly washing of their bedding, (ideally at above 50°C) is essential to kill fleas.
Bedbugs like the flea can be hard to beat unless integrated pest management is put in place.
These small, parasitic insects are becoming an increasing problem in UK homes. They are unknowingly brought home via luggage, clothing or second hand and vintage furniture. Bedbugs are small enough to crawl through wall or floor cavities, migrating to other rooms or attached properties, such as apartments or terraced homes. We have convenient, safe and innovative solutions to get rid of bed bugs quickly.
We are only to happy to offer advice on combating these pests in your home and property.
Cockroaches are dangerous in your home, as they carry diseases
such as Salmonella, Gastro-enteritis, Typhoid and Dysentery. Cockroach
droppings have been linked with increases in eczema and asthma.
Children, the elderly or those with existing illnesses are most at risk
from a cockroach problem. Beyond health risks, cockroaches produce an
offensive odour that taints food and objects that they touch.
are resilient and breed rapidly, so it's essential to get professional
help quickly to ensure infestations don't become established or spread
to neighbouring properties. Our technicians administer appropriate
treatments to get rid of cockroaches quickly, safely and effectively
from your home. We also offer advice on preventing cockroaches and other
Cockroaches are nocturnal, hiding in cracks and crevices
during the day, but there are signs you can check for if you believe you
have a cockroach problem, like droppings, smear marks and shed skins.
Cockroaches are omnivorous, eating just about anything from food stuffs,
paper, leather, books, packaging, fabrics and plastics to animal matter
such as hamster and rabbit droppings.