Invasion of the Super Rats!!

The presence of rats is enough to send a shiver down the spine of even the most fearless person. Can you imagine then finding one of these monsters in or around your property??? Super rats measuring a FOOT long infest houses after council bosses axe pest control team Hundreds of mutant rodents leave terrified families [...]

By |2014-01-16T09:32:41+00:00January 16th, 2014|General, Rats|Comments Off on Invasion of the Super Rats!!

Super Rats on the March!!

Tales of the 'Super Rats' are spreading throughout the UK! "Mutant rats that are immune to traditional poisons are on the increase in Britain, according to experts. The rodents look exactly like any other, but eat the toxic pellets and powders without being harmed - sparking worries they could breed and lead to a big [...]

By |2013-11-15T15:09:51+00:00November 15th, 2013|General|Comments Off on Super Rats on the March!!

Steering Clear of Gull Problems

Gulls typically choose to return to a nesting site that they have used previously, so if you have suffered with gull problems in the past, the chances are that unfortunately you will suffer with problems again. If you have experienced any gull related problems over the past 12 months, now is the perfect time to [...]

By |2013-09-17T09:07:59+00:00September 17th, 2013|General|Comments Off on Steering Clear of Gull Problems

London Bird Netting

Bird netting is one of the most effective, humane and commonly used methods for preventing birds from roosting in urban areas. If installed well, bird netting can last for a significant period of time and has the hugely positive effect of appearing to be almost invisible from the ground. Tremendous Success Rate Bird netting is one of [...]

By |2013-08-30T10:50:20+00:00August 30th, 2013|General|Comments Off on London Bird Netting

London Japanese Knotweed

Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia Japonica, Renoutria Japonica or Polygonum Cuspidatum) was first introduced into Britain in the 19th century with the purpose of being an ornamental plant. Over time though it has become widespread in many different habitats, including roadsides, riverbanks and derelict buildings. It outcompetes native plants and animals. Under The Wildlife and Countryside Act [...]

By |2013-08-28T17:13:51+00:00August 28th, 2013|General|Comments Off on London Japanese Knotweed