Empty streets of London making life easier for technicians

One unanticipated ‘benefit’ of the current restrictions on travel plus the lockdown of many businesses in the Greater London area is that Dyno-Pest technicians – key workers during the pandemic – are finding it easier to survey buildings and implement pest control in many of the buildings they provide contractual pest control services for. Speaking of this, Darren Williams, Dyno-Pest…

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Spike in demand from households for pest control

With pest controllers awarded key worker status, it has been business as usual for Dyno-Pest throughout the pandemic. However, in recent months with the government encouraging people to work at home wherever possible, there has been a significant rise in demand from households for pest control services – with pests reported ranging from mice and rats to bedbugs and cockroaches….

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Second Spike?

How employers can protect their people and their profits to reduce the risk How many times have we heard politicians referring to a second spike of Covid19?  After months of lockdown, furlough and shut down– the path so many businesses have had to follow– no sooner is hope on the horizon, the shadow of a second spike looms large. As…

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Special Report: Why a pest control company might just be the best choice you can make for making your workplace safe and virus free

Many companies offer fogging services, especially those offering deep cleaning services. However, pest control companies have been removing viruses such as Parvovirus, Norovirus, and bacterial risks from workplaces for many years due to their association with pest activity. This is not a new service for Dyno-Pest. And this experience really does matter when deciding which business to choose. Please consider…

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‘Stagnant air in your office could be riddled with coronavirus’

This was the headline of an article published recently by Wired. (Author William Ralston). The premise of the well-researched and scientifically supported article was that the air flow in most modern offices cannot clear clouds of coronavirus particles. This, of course, has far reaching consequences for employees on the cusp of returning to work and those already back at their…

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