Temperature is the major factor influencing the reproductive potential of rodents

Wet, warm weather plus outdoor eating is heaven for mice and rats. A paper produced by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health stated: “temperature is the major factor influencing the reproductive potential of rodents and that this reproductive potential is increased during the warmer months or during rainy . Find out how to get rid…
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Fly screens and strip curtain doors have a shelf life

Did you know that fly screens and strip curtain doors have a shelf life based on how often people, plant and machinery come into contact with them and the surrounding environment. Don’t install them and forget about them. Modern fly units are hygienic and energy efficient. They don’t run at full output when not required…
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London is the pigeon capital of Europe

London is the pigeon capital of Europe. Hospitals, landmark buildings, hotels and restaurants can’t ignore the pigeon problem. Pigeons roost and perch on window ledges, roof tops and air conditioning units. Fouling is founds on window ledges, walkways, outdoor furniture and more. It’s an unsightly health hazard. But it can be successfully treated. Find out…
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Mice droppings on the menu?

Mice droppings on the menu? With mice on the rise in London if you don’t have a pest control programme in place plus scrupulous hygiene standards, you’re creating a recipe for disaster. It’s estimated 500,000+ mice inhabit the London Underground alone. Mice can double in population every 2 months. Find out how to get rid…
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Moths are making a meal out of the warm weather

Moths are making a meal out of the warm weather with London based businesses reporting record levels of infestations. Why do moths infest carpets, rugs, tapestries and clothing? The proteins found in natural materials such as fur, wool, silk cashmere and feathers feed them. Are these tiny pests spoiling your clothes or precious exhibits? Find…
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