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A&H Pest Control, South East England

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Getting Rid of Pests: The best way to Live Bug-Free

Any unwanted animal which has invaded your home is considered a pest, but homeowners most frequently complain about bugs, rodents and squirrels. The animals are part of the natural world and their appearance in the home has no malicious intent. However, most humans are unwilling to accept sharing their home with unwanted creatures. Their existence can cause unwanted stress and worry for the homeowner. Therefore, you need to be aware of how to secure your home against these animals. Below you will find some tips which will help to keep your property a pest free zone.

Prevention is the best way to stop invasions. One of the main attractions for animals is an easy source of food. Some of the time, all they are looking for is a dry and warm place they could make a home. If you can make it more difficult for them to find what they need, they will not come inside as often. AS such, it is imperative that you keep your home always clean. Never leave dishes in the sink at night, and keep fruits and vegetables refrigerated rather than out on the counters. Never leave leftovers in an accessible place, and empty your waste and rubbish on a daily basis. It is important that you do not leave any food sources available for them to want to come in. You will notice a great reduction in pests as a result.

Always keep your home clean, this way flies and other smaller insects will not visit. Wipe down your counters each evening before bed. Put used dishes in the dishwasher so that they are not left sitting out. Keep your floors and other surfaces dry to avoid attracting pests. In addition, if you notice a leak, make sure the situation is rectified.

Keep all pests out by simply sealing up cracks around your home. Take care of these entryways to avoid giving insects an easy route into your home. Sealant or caulking should do the trick.

Keep pests out by always keeping the outside of your home tidy, neat and clean. Sweep up any plant and leaf debris, and never stack piles of wood near your house. Make sure that your pets are always clean so as to ensure that they do not bring unwanted “friends” in to your home.

All in all, keeping pests out of your home seems like a rather daunting task and may feel like you have to do a lot; however, following these tips will help make sure that there are no unwarranted guests making themselves comfortable in your home. Cleanliness is key, and if you are able to do that, the rest will fall into place.


A&H Pest Control, South East England

Call Us 24/7 on 020 8295 3402

Pest Control for Rats\Mice
Pest Control for Bird’s ie Pigeons

Pest Control for Wasp’s\Bee’s
Member; British Pest Control Assoc.


Help Keep Your Garden Looking Great By Getting Rid Of Pests

Despite the fact that you won’t ever have a completely pest-free garden, you can largely protect the results of your labours by taking appropriate action. An issue is that insects are often only found by looking for them in rotting vegetation or under the surface of the soil. Eliminating these habitats is an obvious way to start your campaign. Pick up and get rid of old leaves, weeds and decaying piles of vegetal matter. Routinely, you should be turning the soil over, and breaking up the clumps. This tends to eliminate the places where insects might be hiding underground.

Recognizing that holes have been completely chewed into your plants since you last checked out them is quite a nasty surprise. The damage has generally been a result of pests. Occasionally the destruction may have been created by moles, but the usual rascals are birds, worms and slugs, closely followed by snails and caterpillars.

Whenever pests typically are not done away with speedily, your garden will deteriorate rapidly. The additional time they remain, the less easy they’ll be to get rid of. A back garden contributes to a house when you keep it up, and keep it in good shape.

Bugs that consume your plants and diseases that disfigure and kill them should also be suppressed with dormant spray. You want to do this in February or March, as soon as your plants are dormant. The dormant spray won’t be effective unless of course the instructions are carefully followed. Should you do it wrong, you’re liable to wipe out your entire garden. Bear in mind that you can also find insects that benefit your garden, and these you should keep. There does exist another class of garden pest, that lives not on the ground but around the sky – birds. A bird feeder might be an effective substitute for the futile exercise of trying to scare them away. Birds typically prefer a bird seed blend, which you can place in a feeder, and so doing you’ll save your garden from pecking damage. Not simply will a feeder look good, but it will also be cheaper over time.

Having a dog may help, but only up to a point. A lot of backyards are plagued by moles. When you have failing plants and see small heaps of pushed-up soil then you can be sure they’re around. Most of these little creatures certainly have learned to make a nuisance of themselves. Most of these small-tailed fellows are sometimes white, but in most cases brown or black, and vary in length from 5 to 14 inches. Placing traps is one way to try to eliminate them. You need to get good results by correctly placing the traps in their tunnels. Removing moles could also be attempted by burning smoke bombs in the entrances to their tunnels.

You may well need a professional if your problem is multiple pests in the house.


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