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January 10, 2015

Standard mice removal treatment

 

Unless they had already come out of control a long time ago, with literarily hundreds of mice now scurrying about, most mouse infestations can be controlled in just 2 visits by an experienced pest controller. Some important factors are:...

September 7, 2014

Wasps yet to turn bolder in the autumn

It is likely that if you have been troubled by wasps in and around your home during summer months it is going to become even more menace in the autumn unless you have had the wasps removed eventually. 

What's happening with the wasp...

July 27, 2014

I often come across situations when people first try to tackle a wasp problem by obstructing wasps or by sealing off the wasp entry points and assuming the wasps would go away after several hours of angrily flying about their now temporarily inaccessible nest. That is...

November 24, 2013

There is a greater risk of rodent infestation to your home with the onset of cooler weather in the autumn. This applies especially to all buildings situated in semi-urban areas of Ayrshire and Inverclyde but it is not limited to. Rats and mice tend to invade people’s h...

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Czm8's Update Ref. Covid-19 Pandemic

March 30, 2020

Customer and staff safety first

On Friday 20th March which was 3 days ahead of a UK-wide lockdown, in light of a looming danger of Covid-19 pandemic as...

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