Pest Control Services
We offer a full pest control service; from locating the source of the problem to the eradication and control of the infestation. Our Technicians provide a variety of treatments that effectively deal with your pest problems. Our highly skilled team have all the necessary training to offer you the most excellent service to end your pest troubles capably. Personalised Pest Control solutions are available for Residential, Commercial and Industrial properties.
Cockroaches can enter your home in many different ways, from the outside through cracks and crevices, vents, and drain pipes. We even bring them in on products like groceries.Your home is the perfect breeding ground for cockroaches. With plenty of food, warmth, water and nesting sites, they can remain active all year. The waste created by cast-off cockroach skins, droppings and dead bodies can aggravate allergies. Cockroaches and their eggs are naturally protected from many over-the-counter insecticides (Many over-the-counter insecticides are not as effective and therefore do not eradicate the problem). Without specialised equipment, materials and the know-how, cockroach control can be a losing battle.
Fleas are transferred onto your pet through gardens and contact with other pets and animals. Occasionally these infestations can be transferred to your home. Fleas are vectors of disease and may pass on parasitic worms. Rodent fleas have been responsible for serious epidemics of bubonic and may also carry murine typhus. Rodent fleas are inclined to attack humans as well as rats. The dog flea is an intermediary host of the dog tapeworm (Dipylidium caninum), whose vertebrate host is usually the dog and, occasionally, the cat. Dog fleas can sometimes be transmitted to humans. Flea bites are identified as a tiny dark red spot surrounded by a reddened area. The bite persists for one or two days and is intensely irritating. First bites do not generally cause serious reactions, but may lead to hypersensitivity.
Ants can be a nuisance as well as a health threat, making ant pest control crucial. Worker ants foraging for food and water become a concern when they infest food or other items in the home. Although most ants consume a wide variety of foods, as they are omnivorous, certain species prefer some types of foods and some even change their preferences over time. Ants normally nest outdoors but they can build nests in wall cavities, under houses and in roofs. Water features, paved areas, woodpiles and so forth are ant friendly, providing them with shelter, water and food. The best way to prevent ants from marching into your property is to locate and destroy the nest.
Bird Lice / Bird Mites
Bird Lice/ Bird Mites are so tiny they are usually invisible to the human eye. They are oval in shape, semi-transparent and very mobile insects. Usually these unpleasant biting mites are found in warmer regions, in places where birds and their nests are located. Pigeons, sparrows and poultry are their perfect host to feed from. Failing to correctly identify mites can lead to the incorrect treatment, resulting in the non-control of these pests. Contact with humans usually occurs after birds have gained entry to roof cavities via broken wood or tiles, or through unprotected openings of homes, restaurants, factories, and other dwellings.
You can pick up bed bugs almost anywhere — offices, stores, hotels and gyms. They’re professionals at hiding and have been known to catch rides on humans, in luggage and personal belongings. They can be difficult to control once indoors. Reduce your chances of a costly bed bug infestation by catching them early with the help of an experienced pest control specialist.
Maggots are fly larvae and appear when flies lay eggs on organic waste. They typically have a 7-day life cycle. Large commercial waste containers, compost piles, human and pet excrement, open dumps and unsanitary conditions around food processing or rendering plants are likely breeding sites. Housefly maggots need a damp or semi-liquid medium in which to live. They cannot chew dry food, and are susceptible to dehydration. They feed on almost any man-made or naturally occurring moist or slippery vegetative or animal waste material such as household rubbish.