Pest Control Blog

Can my pets get fleas in the Winter?

It’s a common misconception amongst pet owners that their cats and dogs can’t get fleas in the winter time. So much so that there is a reported average 20% drop in sales of flea treatments during the winter time. In actual fact these pests can be even more prevalent in the winter months because of the […]

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Keep pests away this Christmas

Christmas is in full swing now, which means festive tunes on the radio and lots of yummy nibbles around the house. But with so many leftovers comes a lot of unwanted guests, and no, we’re not talking about your in-laws. Pests and rodents can be attracted to crumbs and decorations around your house this Christmas, […]

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Avoid unwanted house guests this Christmas

No Pests this Christmas

It’s said that here in Britain we throw away the equivalent of 2 million turkeys, 5 million Christmas puddings and 74 million mince pies every Christmas. Most people admit to throwing out twice as much food during the festive season than any other time of the year.   Every year our eyes have become bigger […]

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Seasonal Pest Round-Up

Summer is prime pest season with flies, wasps and mosquitoes buzzing freely through open doors and windows. Rats and mice also roam around gardens, grassy lawns and open fields. However, just because the weather is getting colder, don’t think that those pesky pests will be gone for good. Many undesirable critters that you detest are […]

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Holes in your clothes are a definite NO!

Tineola bisselliella

Are you forever finding holes in your clothes? If yes then your wardrobe could be infested with clothes moths. There are two main types of clothes moths. The first is the Webbing Clothes Moth, or Tineola bisselliella (pictured above), if you can say it. This little clothes muncher loves to feast on wool, but will […]

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Watch out for wasps in Sussex this summer

  As summer arrives and the weather warms up, many of us will be enjoying the great outdoors with family and friends. The warm weather also encourages some unwanted guests to our homes and businesses – wasps.  Most active in the summer months, the Common Wasp and German Wasp are easily identified by their distinct […]

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