Wasp | Bee | Fly | Moth | Drain Fly
The removal of Wasp nests is definitely a job best left to professional pest controllers. The moment you aggravate a Wasp nest - expect a reaction without warning. Wasps are venomous and are likely to attack you if they feel threatened. Do not put yourself, your family or your neighborhood at risk by attempting to remove a Wasp nest from your home or workplace. Contact our team for advice on how to get rid of Wasps from your property.
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Do not attempt to remove Bee nests without professional help from humane Bee controllers! Protective Bee clothing is used to minimise Bee stings and there is a certain way of behaving around the Bees to ensure they do not feel threatened. The Bee nest will be removed and relocated elsewhere. We work to get rid of Bees safely and strive to ‘Save the Bees’ as they are crucial to the Earth’s ecosystem.
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You will find so many Fly control products including electric Fly killers, glueboards, Fly insecticides and Fly zappers but these are not effective when you are dealing with a severe Fly infestation. They might kill the Flies but this does not prevent the remaining Flies from breeding ferociously. Contact our team for further guidance on how to get rid of Flies from your property using pesticides and insecticides.
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If you Google ‘how to get rid of Moths’ you will come across countless Moth repellents, DIY Moth control methods and various natural Moth repellents such as dried Lavender to keep the clothes-eating Moths away. It really depends on the type of Moth infestation you are dealing with. Speak to a member of our team to help you establish the type of Moth in your property and the most relevant Moth insecticide we will use to treat it.
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DRAIN FLY CONTROL
The most obvious sign of a Drain Fly infestation is when you start seeing large numbers of them. You will often see adult Drain Flies resting on bathroom walls or near kitchen sinks. Drain Flies breed fast and furiously and feed off decaying organic matter. This is why they can often be spotted in toilets, kitchens and drains. They will not move along either; if they like their new home they will definitely stay.