People often ask us, “What problems do grey squirrels cause.” And this is a good question. When trying to identify what type of pest is causing problems in your life, it’s helpful to work backwards. Looking at the issues being caused can help you figure out who is involved.
Spring is here again, but not as we know it. And with the COVID-19 lockdown in full force, many Essex homeowners are turning to DIY, decluttering and spring cleaning to fill the time. As well as staving off boredom, these activities can also help in preventing spring pests. While we a in the midst of this crisis, avoiding spring pests has taken on a whole new meaning.
Cockroaches are one of the most common pests. As well as being a major nuisance, many people are also allergic to these insects. But how do you know if you’re one of these people, and what can you do about it? We are asked lots of weird pest control questions in our day to day work. In this cockroach allergy FAQ though, we will attempt to address some of your more serious health related concerns.
Having problems with pests in a town or village by the Essex coast? This spotlight on Essex coastal pest control will provide answers to your most pressing pest problems. If you live in the Southend, Leigh on Sea, Clacton or Canvey Island areas, this guide can help you deal with any pest issues that you may have.
Ever wondered how to stop foxes digging in your garden? While they might seem cute and harmless, these animals can be a serious nuisance around the Essex area.
If you’re completely bamboozled as to how to stop foxes digging in your garden here’s something to think about. Hopefully, the following points should answer the question of “how to stop foxes digging in your garden!”
One of the easiest ways to get rid of pest birds like pigeons is with pest control birds of prey. As I’m sure you know, pigeons can be a serious menace. These birds can be a major nuisance to business customers. They are highly irritating, and leave a mess everywhere. Not only that, these birds can also spread disease and seriously damage buildings.
The other day, a customer asked one of our technicians: “where do insects go in the winter?” This is a good question, and one that many people wonder about. If you go outside during the summer you will see hundreds of insects. Flying insects, crawling insects, every kind of insect you can imagine buzz around Essex parks, streets and gardens.
Pest control food safety is critical when you have a family and like to cook. If you work in the food industry, it is just as important – or perhaps even more so. In this post, we are looking at ways to keep insects such as flies and cockroaches, and bacteria that attracts them, from contaminating your kitchen areas.
Essex is a densely populated area with a lot of people generating a lot of rubbish. So, it may not be too much of a surprise that we get a lot of Essex rodent control requests throughout the county. However, it may surprise some to learn just how much worse the problem is actually becoming.
One of the numerous issues restaurants and other food-related businesses need to be actively aware of and trying to eradicate, is pests. It always seems to be the case that where there are people, there is waste. And where there is waste, there are pests of some kind. This is very true in and around the busy Essex town of Basildon.