Mice

House mice are an enormous problem in domestic and commercial properties. They cause property damage by gnawing, urinating and defacating (80 droppings a day per mouse!!). Find out more...

Rats

Rats are a pest that very few of us are able to tolerate living in or near our environment. Like mice, they do an enormous amount of damage to property and stored food as well... Find out more...

Moths

Moths, whilst not a health risk, are incredibly destructive. Their larvae are basically feeding machines that love any natural fibre, so wool, fur, feathers and even wigs... Find out more...

Beetles

There are many types of beetles that are a serious problem in commercial and domestic situations. It is essential to correctly identify the particular species that is causing the damage. Find out more...

Ants

Ants in a domestic situation don’t pose a health risk but they are a real nuisance when they invade our homes. The ant that we are most familiar is the Garden, or Black Ant... Find out more...

Mosquitos

The control of mosquitos is not a high priority in Britain thanks to our climate, but there are times in the year when it can be desirable. Find out more...

Birds

All birds are protected under the Wildlife & Countryside Act but some can be controlled when there is a good reason to do so. Find out more...

Flies

Flies are of course a nuisance but also a very serious health risk, especially in a food preparation areas. Find out more...

Wasps

Wasps are a familiar part of a British summer and to most are a no more than a nuisance but to some represent a serious health risk. Find out more...

Squirrels

Squirrels can be a very pleasant addition to a garden scene, but can also be a very destructive pest. Being rodents they gnaw continuously and this can cause significant damage to property. Find out more...

Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs are an increasing problem in Britain. What is so unpleasant about them is that they live in our bedrooms and even beds, a place that should be our sanctuary. Find out more...

Rabbits

In small numbers rabbits are generally tolerated as part of the landscape in Britain, but a large population of them can cause huge financial loss to commercial interests. Find out more...

Moles

Moles are a nuisance in gardens and an expensive problem for commercial interests. Controlling moles is an ongoing problem for areas that are effected by them... Find out more...

Cockroaches

There are 2 main species of cockroach that have made themselves at home in the UK: the Oriental cockroach and the German cockroach (not actually from Germany). Find our more...

Foxes

Foxes in the urban environment are an increasing problem with no proven solution. Removing individual foxes by trapping or shooting is really not a solution in anything but the very short term. Find out more...

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