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With the UK-wide lockdown in full effect, most businesses are closed or have staff working at home. Pubs, restaurants, non-essential shops, and offices are now sitting empty, which pest control experts are warning could be an open invitation for pests to move in. While controlling the spread of the coronavirus... Read More
With the country on lockdown for a minimum of three weeks, pest control experts are warning this could allow many pest species to flourish. As schools, pubs, retail stores, and restaurants close their doors, business owners must take measures to protect themselves from opportunistic pests like rats and cockroaches, which... Read More
Cutting-Edge Fly Killers for Conservatories, Kitchens, and Offices LED electric fly killers offer you the latest in pest control technology. They’re low-energy but high-performance, making them the perfect eco-friendly way to get rid of flies. This article will tell you more about these cutting-edge fly killers so you can upgrade... Read More
We all have a lot on our plates in the winter time. Work tends to get hectic, heating bills at home tend to rise, Christmas shopping causes stress and anxiety, and you’ll have to constantly be on guard against catching bugs from friends and family. With all of this to... Read More
Parasites aren’t something anyone likes to talk about, and with good reason. The name ‘parasite’ is given to any creature that feeds off of another living creature to survive, and they can often cause a wide range of health problems, such as weight loss, weight gain, sickness, and tiredness. Many... Read More
UK’s Most Venomous Spiders Cause Schools to Shut for Up to Three Weeks Four London schools have been forced to temporarily close to students and staff as a result of rampant false widow spider infestations. False widows are just spiders, and can be kept at bay with regular spider... Read More
As the summer ends and the weather cools, millions of spiders across the country will start to look for somewhere warm and sheltered so that they can mate. This is bad news for arachnophobes, as it means they’ll often end up in our homes! Spiders don’t like to bite people,... Read More