PROTECTING YOUR PROPERTY AND OUR ENVIRONMENT.
As insects are more diverse than any other group of animal, you could understandably be unsure how exactly to wipe out an infestation that emerges in your home or business. You would be right to assume that different types of insect call for different eradication measures – as we can undertake for you here at Every Season Pest Control.
Insect species include flying insects like flies, stored product insects like moths and beetles, and such ectoparasites as fleas and bed bugs. Gardens also have many insect species like ants, woodlice and ladybirds; these are all examples of normal garden insects that are beneficial to the ecosystem.
Contact our professional and skilled team today to learn how we can help to rid your home or workplace of its insect problem.
Why should you act to prevent these insects infesting?
Ants: Many ant species opt to build nests just outside a building that they then enter to forage for food. Flying and black garden ants can both emerge during the summer, which may make you especially likely to contact us about ant nest removal during the hotter months of the year.
Flies: These can be irritating and carry many bacteria, including E. coli and salmonella. Their sticky foot pads can also transfer excrement particles to food. So, why not get in touch with us to find out how we can assist you in removing flies from your home or business site?
Cockroaches: Cockroaches can rapidly breed and sustain themselves on nearly any food source. They carry many pathogens and will contaminate food, eating utensils and food preparation areas. These stubborn insects need to be professionally eradicated. If you suspect a cockroach infestation, contact us immediately for professional help.
Moths: After entering a home, moths can leave eggs in dark, barely disturbed places, such as inside and underneath wardrobes and furniture, where these insects can damage stored clothes. Enquire to our team now, and we can arrive at your home or work premises in good time, followed by swiftly getting rid of unwelcome moths.
Carpet Beetle: These bugs are minute but are very hungry and live on carpets, jumpers, blankets and other materials made from natural fibres like wool, feathers, silk and even hair. Get in touch with the Every Season Pest Control team, however, and we can efficiently remove any carpet beetles that are causing problems in your home or place of work.
Bedbugs: Being nocturnal, bed bugs are hard to spot, but can leave itchy red areas on parts of the body that they feed from. Bed bugs are a complicated pest to get rid of and you should contact us immediately for professional help.
How can I detect bed bugs?
Unexplained itchy, red bite marks on the upper half of your body and blood spotting on bed sheets, mattresses and bedside furniture are all potential signs of bed bugs. Removing these pests is a difficult process and requires professional treatment – which the Every Season Pest Control team can provide to the very highest standards.
Why do I keep getting garden ants every year?
Garden ants build their nests underground and they go deeper and build their nests bigger every year. This sometimes spreads under building foundations and that is why ants just appear in the middle of the property. Queen ants can also live for around thirty years and every year she will produce thousands of workers and thousands of new queens that will inevitably fly off and create nests of their own.
How did I get bed bugs?
Bed bugs are found in most countries around the world and are spread about by human travellers. When a bed bug feeds, it then tucks itself away in a nice cosy tight little nook to digest its meal. Sometimes they find these cosy places inside travellers’ luggage and subsequently find themselves on a journey either to the next hotel or even back to your home. It always pays to not pack or unpack on the hotel bed and always have a quick check around the hotel room for blood spots on bed frames or skirting boards before you accept the room.
Do carpet beetles eat my carpets?
No, the adult beetles feed on pollen and will try and leave the property, this is why we find them on window sills. It is the larvae or grub that feeds on the natural fibres found in some carpets and garments.