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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. 
As part of our pest control service we often carryout bird clean up works and bird prevention methods in Reading, Wokingham and Maidenhead - view our latest work in Reading. 
Its been a long hot and busy summer for pest control; is this the new normal and what does hotter summers mean with regards to pests? 
Summers here and so are the wasps; callouts rising to treat wasp nests in Reading and across Berkshire, these insects deliver a painful sting. 
Known to some as tree rats the grey squirrel has a mixed reception, however bird feeding stations are fueling a dramatic rise in numbers. 
Squirrel breeding season is well underway and we're getting numerous callouts to deal with these animals who can cause considerable damage. What does it mean when you see squirrels chasing each other around and around the tree trunk? Read on for more information. 
The winter is a hard time for animals and that includes pests such as rats, mice and squirrels. Call outs rise the colder the weather. 
Bed bugs are becoming the 21st Century 'modern plague' - genetic mutation and chemical resistance are seeing these insects emerging as a "super bug"; call-outs for bed bug treatments in Reading and Wokingham are rising and becoming harder to treat. 
The edible dormouse has reached Caversham and Reading; things going bump in the night? It might be one of these bizarre creatures, protected by Law but treatable under License - All Aspects Pest Control Ltd is licensed to trap these rodents. 
The striking yellow and black banding on wasps has always thought to be a warning sign - "Danger I sting!" but scientists have discovered that the bands are the insect equivalent of solar panels allowing the wasps to covert UVB into insectricity. 
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