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Ashby De La Zouch 01530 564136
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Rats

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Rats are an extremely common pest in the UK and throughout the rest of the world with the exception of Antarctica where they don’t exist at all. » More Info

Pigeons

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Feral pigeons foul buildings and architecture and this in turn causes an unsightly mess, harbours disease and causes actual damage from the acidic content of the droppings. » More Info

Flies

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Flies are a very large group of insects consisting of well over 120,000 species some estimates suggesting there may be close to a million. » More Info

Bed Bugs

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Bedbugs are now a common UK pest, particularly in hotels, domestic properties, hostels, and many multi-occupancy buildings. » More Info

Wasps

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There are many species of wasp worldwide but the two common species found in the UK are the Common Wasp and the German Wasp. » More Info

Cockroaches

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There are two main species of cockroach in Britain, Oriental and German Cockroaches. Cockroaches are not usually observed out of doors in the British climate, although the Oriental can survive better than favouring warm and/or humid areas. » More Info

Mice

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House Mice and Field Mice are generally the species that we encounter as pests, both in business and domestic dwellings. » More Info

Fleas

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The cat flea is the commonest of all the flea species and is the one generally encountered when dealing with flea infestations. Even when dogs are present it is often the cat flea that is the culprit. » More Info

Moles

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Moles are solitary in nature and live most of their lives underground. Their tunnel system covers an area of between 400–2000 square meters and may infest permanent grassland, woodland, parks, gardens, playing fields, cemeteries, golf courses etc. » More Info

Clothes Moth

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The Common Clothes Moth are small 6-7mm buff coloured moths with wings fringed with filaments, the rarer Case Bearing Clothes Moth is duller with three dark brown spots on each wing, both fold their wings characteristically tent like when at rest. » More Info

Ants

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The black garden ant is usually the species that invades homes and commercial buildings. » More Info

Squirrels

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Grey squirrels are not originally native to the UK and were introduced into Britain between 1876 and 1929 from North America. It is now common throughout most of the UK but less so in Scotland and some of our islands. » More Info

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