Category Archives: Rodents

Rodents

Rodents – Pest Control In Bristol

Rodents – These pests in Bristol include mice, rats and squirrels.

Installing Non-Return Valves

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Non-return valves, allow residents to prevent rats from entering their properties via the sewer. Non-return valves or NRVs are made from plastic, metal or a mixture of both. Stainless steel has proved to be the best material (we don’t like plastic). We’ve used many different types of non-return valve over the years, and we have […]

Hedgehogs

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Helping Hedgehogs in Bristol Hedgehogs At Risk? Bristol’s Hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeusare) are under threat, so receive legal protection from trapping or intentional harm. Nationwide, populations of Hedgehogs have declined by a third since 2000! Pest control in Bristol from professionals and amateurs should be carefully planned to avoid unintentionally harming non-target wildlife. Always consider how […]

RAT CONTROL, FREE?

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The Free Rat Control System?  If the exclusion of rats is possible then do you need to control rats? Exclusion is always the primary end goal of rat control because exclusion avoids the destructive, wasteful and inhumane system of BAIT-STINK-FLIES-REPEAT. The pest control industry trains people to find the rats, kill them as quickly as […]

How Rats Enter Kitchens

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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 Risk

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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 […]