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pest control and the environment

Can Pest Control be Environmentally Friendly – Part 2

Pesticide will still need to be used… While it would be great to think that we can control pests without ANY pesticides – its just not the case.  Particularly with the built environment in which we live – its just not possible.  Our lifestyles encourage pest activity and expectations in society to day to be […]

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pest control and the environment

Can Pest Control be Environmentally Friendly?

Are you a friend of the environment? You may wonder how we, as a professional pest controllers , can be environmentally friendly. Many people think we deal with ‘nasty chemicals’ – how could that be good? For true professionals, the fact is that most of the products that we use are far safer than items […]

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Rodents in the Roof – Again!

I thought I had it all covered – then I head the ‘pitter patter’ of little rodent feet! Despite my best intention of keeping unwanted intruders out of my ceiling space, they got in! I got lazy and the bait stations were emptied over time by rats – just goes to show that the strategy […]

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rat control

Rat Control and Mouse Control – Out of Control?

Is there increased Rodent Activity at your place? We’ve had numerous enquiries from residents and the media regarding the recent surge in rats and mice in homes. There have also been a number of reported incidents in the media this year of rats chewing through poly water pipes. Why the recent surge in rat and […]

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