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Pest Control Bristol

Expert Pest Control In Bristol

Pest control in Bristol is all about finding the source of the pest problem. Integrated pest management or IPM requires a combined approach.

If we use rats as an example – we carry out CCTV drain investigations, drain repairs, rodent trapping, baiting and exclusion. We also look at the environment – removing water, food and nesting opportunities.

When you apply a combined approach to any pest, you have the very highest chances of lasting, even permanent success.

Most pest control business operating in the Bristol area are focussed only on treating a problem because it means repeat business. We focus on solving it so we never need to return.

Bristol is home to dozens of different kinds of insect, bird and rodent pests. We describe pests falling into three categories.

Nuisance pests – these include ants, woodlice and silverfish. For the most part, they are not considered important carriers of disease and do little in the way of damage to property or products.

Economic PestsRodents, beetles and moths are all considered economic pests. This is because they cause enormous damage to property and products like food.

Disease Vectors or Disease-Carrying PestsFlies, fleas, rats, pigeons and bed bugs are all considered vectors of disease. They can carry and spread disease.
If you have a pest problem, we would love to help. Call our Bristol pest control team today on 0117 369 2709.

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 […]

RAT CONTROL, FREE?

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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 possible and monitor for further activity and eliminate as required. Unfortunately, treatments miss the point. Exclusion is the game! […]

Cat Fleas on Humans

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Cat Fleas On Humans & Pets Cat Flea Treatments – 0117 369 2709 What Are Cat Fleas? A Cats Fleas are distinctive from other insects in many key ways. In terms of size, they are about 1.5 – 2mm long with backwards-facing hairs that allow them to move swiftly through the victims (hosts) hair where […]

Bristol Wasp Control

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Bristol Wasp Control – 0117 369 2709 Are Wasps Dangerous? Bristol Wasp Control is a necessity in many cases because wasps can be such a dangerous nuisance pest. Getting wasps controlled in your home or garden makes sense early in the year before the nests are large enough to put you or your loved ones […]

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 […]

Salmonella & Pests

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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 Pests & Extermination

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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 […]