Why Are Rats In Your Kitchen? Rats are in your kitchen for a reason – food! But sometimes they come in just to take a look. Rats love to take food items and hide them away in a place of safety for another day. This behaviour makes these furry little thieves a big problem. We […]
Pests & Disease In Your Home What Pests, Carry & Spread Disease? Pests associated with the transmission of diseases to humans include rodents, insects, and birds. Some pests are more critical than others with respect to disease. For this reason, we shall quickly separate pests into three groups: Pests of medical importance (vectors of disease & injurious to […]
Salmonella and Pest Control What Is Salmonella? Salmonella is a species of bacteria of which there are over 3000 known strains. It gets its name from the American vet, Daniel Elmer Salmon (1850-1914). Is Salmonella Dangerous? Not all strains or varieties of the bacteria are considered dangerous to humans. Unfortunately, some are so significant that […]
Biting Insects in Bristol Are Fleas Biting Everyone? Dog fleas (Ctenocephalides canis) and cat fleas (Ctenocephalides felis) that are most commonly responsible for biting humans in Bristol. If you think it’s just one person in your home getting bitten by fleas then you’re probably wrong. This usually means they are not reacting to the bites […]
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With Bristol Pest Control Honey Bee Swarm Removal Because Honey Bee swarms are reportedly in decline, swarms deserve all the help we can give them. With this thought in mind, it makes complete sense to realise that control is always a last resort. Honeybee swarms can easily exceed 50000 bees and sometimes need specialist control. […]