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Pests such as bed bugs, fleas, and dust mites are notoriously difficult to eradicate: they’re small, which means they’re difficult to see and they can get into the smallest nook and cranny, they adapt to become resistant to treatments, and if even just a few eggs survive it can lead... Read More
Autumn is many people’s favourite season but there is an element of autumn that nobody looks forward to and that is spider season. Although spiders generally don’t bite here in the UK, and they don’t spread disease in the same way that flies do, most would prefer not to have... Read More
We all love the warm weather that summer brings but nobody is a fan of the flying insects that also accompany the season. Least of all wasps. Wasps sting, can be very aggressive, and cause big problems for anyone who is allergic to their stings. We all have to put... Read More
On the whole, spiders are harmless creatures and yet they strike fear into the hearts of many. This can result in people being able to remove them with a glass and paper right through to abject terror and needing to leave the room. Most of us though, regardless of where... Read More
Flies are not just extremely irritating in the home, office or commercial kitchen, they are unhygienic and have the potential to spread disease. As the weather becomes warmer, the number of flies coming in will increase. While there are a number of ways of dealing with these pesky germ carriers,... Read More
If you are not a fan of flying insects (and let’s face it, who is?) then so-called ‘flying ant day’ is a pretty unpleasant prospect. Have you ever noticed, usually around late spring or early summer, swarms of flying ants everywhere? Often it just lasts for a day but can... Read More
As if we didn’t have enough to worry about at the moment, the UK lockdown could potentially create conditions that bring different issues we wouldn’t usually see. One of these could potentially be a rise in pests. There are a few reasons for this: Empty public and commercial buildings Because... Read More