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Some Tips on Pest Control for Your Home

posted on 26 May 2014 in Pest Control Tips

Are pests slowly taking over your home? Do you feel like they are reducing your enjoyment in your home? The good news is that there is help available to you. Continue reading to learn some great tips ...more info >>>

Gardening: Don't Let the Pests Get Your Down

posted on 24 March 2014 in Pest Control Tips

Unwanted insects in your garden are just that: unwanted. Unwanted insects may eat and destroy your crops, something shared by any farmer or home gardener. Organic gardening is a means of controlling u...more info >>>

Rat in the Kitchen: Here's What I Went and Done

posted on 7 June 2012 in Rat and Mouse Pest News

UB40 once sang "there's a rat in the kitchen what I'm a gonna do?" - well here's what I did when I discovered the evidence of rats in my hotel kitchen (rat droppings) - rat repellants. It was a real ...more info >>>

'Super' Mouse Evolves!

posted on 12 August 2011 in Rat and Mouse Pest News

Scientists say that "some" European mice have developed resistance to poisons.Read the full BBC News article below:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-14462733...more info >>>

Fears of rat Plague in UK Grow!

posted on 27 December 2009 in Rat and Mouse Pest News

Fears of Rat Plague in UK grow. The number of rats in Britain is soaring out of control! Recycling food on the compost heap has a two fold effect as it gives rats a warm place to live and feed! ...more info >>>

Vermin plaguing our schools must be stopped

posted on 30 September 2009 in Rat and Mouse Pest News

RATS, flies and ants in school kitchens and rodents in reception and nursery classes were among 140 cases dealt with by pest control officers in South Wales schools in one year. ...more info >>>

Giant Rats invade Seaside Town!

posted on 21 May 2009 in Rat and Mouse Pest News

Weston Super Mare has been invaded by Giant Rats but the local North Somerset District Council insist's the number of rats was ‘no more of a problem than anywhere else in the country'. S...more info >>>