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Spring Cleaning? Do a Pest Spray!

With the temperature warming up, everyone thinks about clearing up the yard for outdoor entertaining, which often leads to cleaning out the garage and then the house – a good Spring clean! If you are giving your house and yard the once over, now’s a good time to be carrying out a general pest treatment, to prevent an insect explosion later in the season.


The ultimate guide to fly control

Houseflies are very annoying, but they also carry a wide range of diseases including Salmonella, cholera, even leprosy and anthrax! So it makes sense to keep flies out of your home. Check out our blog post – The Ultimate Guide to Fly Control, for tips on how to keep your home fly free.

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Tips to control an ant infestation

Most homeowners struggle to get rid of ants……. and it’s not easy, even for professional pest controllers! To get lasting control of ants you need to kill the whole nest, particularly targeting the queen(s). To do this successfully you need to be able to identify the species, understand their colony structure and forgaging behaviour and then know which products to use and how to use them. So here’s a crash course to help you on your way…

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Pest control surface sprays – how do they work?

We’ve all seen the TV adverts – where a cockroach gets zapped as soon as it walks across a surface treated with a crawling insect surface spray. But is this how these products really work and how do you get the best pest control performance from your insecticide surface spray.