COMMON PESTS

  • Rats & Mice

    These two rodents are a real and serious public health risk as vectors of disease. Once they move in they will quickly breed and increase in numbers, sometimes causing damage to wiring and pipework.
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  • Moles

    A single mole tunnelling underground will quickly turn your prize lawn into a prize mess. The tunnels will destabilise the ground posing a risk through injury to horses and livestock.
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  • Wasps, Hornets & Bees

    Can be a real summer season nuisance, they have a nasty sting which some people are allergic too. Wasps will build a large nest by the end of the summer housing upwards of 20,000 insects.
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  • Squirrels

    A very agile rodent, able to leap from overhanging branches onto buildings. Before long they may gnaw through soffits and gain access to a loft. Their chewing may lead to costly repairs.
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  • Foxes

    These truly adaptable mammals have learnt to scavenge successfully in our towns and villages. No stranger to gardens, the urban fox will move around as bold as brass, digging and soiling lawns.
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  • Rabbits

    With our milder weather they are capable of breeding all year round. A major problem for farmers and gardeners who will find crops and plants nibbled to the ground, a costly pest indeed.
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  • Beetles & Cockroaches

    Beetles can damage stored food products if left untreated. Cockroaches are definitely loathed. Turn on the lights at night and you may see them scurrying around your kitchen floor.
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  • Bed Bugs

    These tiny crawling parasitic insects will infest homes and bedrooms if left untreated. They crawl up onto our body to feed on our blood, often ruining a good night’s sleep and driving us crazy.
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  • Ants

    A real nuisance in homes when they get into cupboards and food storage areas. Not a serious health risk, but you are never sure what they have been walking over before they enter.
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