In today's blog we are targeting the mouse and rat issues that have recently been inquired about. This is the time of year where the colder nights make the rodents find shelter in warmer places. This is usually houses, office blocks, warehouses and any other indoor area, including sheds, garages and other garden buildings. With rats and mice being able to spread disease, damage property, damage food stuffs, damage your reputation and cause a nuisance, it is of upmost importance to rid your property of these pests. If you are a domestic property it is far better to get a professional service in to help rid your property of the pests. For commercial pest control it is far more cost effective to have a monitoring program put in place. This allows a professional pest control company to monitor your premises and act as soon as signs of pests are noticed to stop a heavy infestation before it starts.
This weeks focus is on our commercial pest control. We have set up several sites this week including a Youth hostel, a small cafe and a larger industrial unit. These clients care about there staff and customers alike by having pest control and helping to maintain a pest free environment. We offer a cheaper alternative to larger pest control companies, yet I feel a much better service. As with all our cover for commercial premises one price is for the cover of rats, mice and insects, not separate prices for each.
So this week I have been dealing with a lot of wasp nests. Obviously at this time of year the wasps are in full swing and starting to be a nuisance. The highlight was for one lady who asked me to attend for a wasp nest in the air brick of her house. Upon closer inspection there were actually FOUR separate nests within her roof space. Needless to say we have dealt with them. One of the nests was very large and will appear in a video posted on here and on the Facebook page, with an in-depth view of the nest given. So please follow the link and follow our page on Facebook. Thanks for reading and we will post more next Tuesday.