June 2013 | Pest UK

Pest control services for Berkshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Middlesex, Surrey & London.

Pest UK / 2013 / June


Bees & the Myth of their Demise

Bees & the Myth of their Demise : Rarely in the world of pest control is good news headlined in papers and the media. One example is rats. Although on the increase generally, wheelie bins in many areas have lead to a decrease in household refuse rat related problems but this decrease has been offset

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Bedbugs Getting Rid of

Bedbugs Getting Rid of: Bedbugs – What to Look For Bed bugs can be mistaken for other pests in the home. They are an oval shape but they are also flattened out. In size, the adult bed bug is about 3/16 to 1/5 of an inch long. When they have just had a meal, bedbugs

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British Pest Control Association

The British Pest Control Association (BPCA): PEST UK is a full BPCA member and have been for over twenty years. This association, unlike many, actually inspects prospective and current members. At PEST UK we have just had an inspection. As well as looking at insurance, stores, vans and work methods the BPCA inspector goes out

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Flies & EFK’s

Flies & EFK’s: Flies are not simple pests to deal with. For a start the control will depend on the type of flies. Many flies are not attracted to the Electronic Fly Killers or EFK’s. These machines are are favourite of the food & pest control industries. Food premises like them in many cases because

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Wasp Nests In Berks, Oxon, Hants, Surrey & Bucks

Wasp Nests In Berks, Oxon, Hants, Surrey & Bucks: At PEST UK we are now experiencing the types of calls we normally would receive in early May. A lot of calls for wasps but once the technician attends these are usually found to be bees. We have had small wasp nests but these are rare

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Summer Pest Control

Summer Pest Control in Berkshire, Hampshire, , Middlesex, West London, Surrey, Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire: At last the temperatures have risen & the weather is warm, dry, sunny with light winds. This is ideal for insects. It is probably a little late for the Queen wasps but any that have survived up to now will  have

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