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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‘Station Squabble’ winner just the tip of the ‘miceberg’

In the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of The Year People’s Choice award 28,000 people voted Sam Rowley’s ‘Station Squabble’ – an image of two mice fighting over a morsel of discarded food on a London Underground platform – the clear winner. This winning image aside, just how many mice infest London underground’s labyrinth of tunnels? And what risks, if any do…

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Reviews

A sample of the 5 star reviews on Yell.com and Google for Dyno-Pest Great team – really pleased “Met with the Director Ralph on the initial visit who was very friendly and knowledgeable. We then had Jason come out to deal with the problem and he was fantastic, very professional and efficient. Really impressed with the team.” Highly recommended. Efficient…

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London Offices Experiencing Floor- to- Floor Pest Infestations

In recent months the Dyno-Pest extermination team have been called to several multi- tenant office buildings in Central London to tackle pest infestations ranging from mice to rats, cockroaches and bedbugs. Darren Williams, Service Manager, points to a growing problem for these London offices. “In three of the most recent cases, the infestation had spread from the one business located…

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