The black or garden ant is the commonest British ant to enter houses and it is found in almost all parts of the country.
Bats are found in many places including houses, churches, farms, caves, mines and many other buildings.
The bed bug is an wide spread public health pest feeding on human hosts while they sleep & characterised as one of the more unpleasant pests
May attack not only foodstuffs but leather, hide, paper and other manufactured goods. Documented as able to eat through almost all packaging including metal.
Indoors they like moist, warm, dark conditions and are attracted to dried foods. They may sometimes be found in the folds of food packets or in cracks & crevices in cupboards.
Generally found indoors, such as in cellars, basements, kitchens, bakeries, and heating ducts etc. The Oriental cockroach can survive outdoors in Britain during the summer months.
Pigeons cause many problems including: Fouling of Buildings Fouling occurs where birds nest or roost. Apart from being unsightly, the acidic droppings can erode stonework causing long term damage.
Fleas lay their eggs close to or on an infested animal. Wall to wall carpeting & soft furnishings also provide a relatively undisturbed environment for fleas to develop.
Foxes will tunnel under sheds or among shrubs, making large piles of earth or sand.
Most of the damage they do is by gnawing and ripping open packets. They also foul food with urine and droppings. Mice will gnaw their way through wood to get to sources of food.
Moles burrow lawns, raising molehills, and killing the lawn, for which they are sometimes considered pests. They can undermine plant roots, indirectly causing damage or death
Rats can transmit many diseases to humans, including Salmonellosis (food poisoning) & Weils disease. They will eat or contaminate food intended for humans.
Silverfish are silver-grey in colour, torpedo shaped, and c. 12mm long. They have long antennae, no wings & prefer the dark. When disturbed they make short, darting movements similar to fish.
Wasps usually eat insects, which are mainly garden or household pests. They also feed on dustbin waste and animal carcasses.
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In most cases an on-site inspection is required in order to determine the size and scope of the issue. These are supplied free of charge. In emergency situations this can be done on the same day as the treatment.
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