We often see a rise in pest control callouts following the return of holiday makers, and when you consider that in 2017 there were over 72,000,000 overseas trips from the UK then it’s a common occurrence for travellers to come back with more than a tan and some dodgy looking souvenirs.
We love bee's here at All Aspects Pest Control; we don't keep them but as someone who gets called out to destroy their nests and colonies you soon realise that these amazing insects don't actually pose a threat to us and they are something that should be protected.
Not so happy birthday to you: bed bugs are 115 million years old
Posted on 17th May 2019 at 07:24
A recent study of bed bugs by Sheffield University reveals that bed bugs are over 115 million years old and survived the extinction event that wiped out the dinosaurs, bed bugs were always thought to have evolved from a parasite that feeds off bats but their DNA shows they existed long before the bats were around.
How do the rats get into your home? This is the first question that we ask and the most important one as far as we are concerned, a comprehensive survey will indicate the way in and that includes the drainage system - when it comes to rats in your home we look further.
We carryout a lot of bird proofing and pigeon clean-ups, we remove all the bird waste, clean the site and install netting to leave you with a safe, secure work or home area. If you have problems with birds and need bird control then look no further - our latest work:
Things going bump in the night? Its not Halloween its rats!
Posted on 21st October 2018 at 11:27
At thisntime of year trick or treat is the question. The answer is Integrated Pest Management for rats, mice and squirrels - we don't see pests as a treat but something that poses a major hazard to you and your family. There's no tricks with our pest control treatments just pure customer service; we don't throw handfuls of poison around and trick you into thinking the problem is solved like other pest control companies. We SOLVE the issue for once and for good.