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Our London Pest Control service covers all types pests, from Bed bugs to Cockroaches.
The gallery below are some of the most common pests that are being dealt with in the London area and the surrounding counties.
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Norway Rats are very adaptable and can be found in a variety of habitats, usually in close conjunction with humans.
Burrowing, but sometimes climbing they are the only species to occur in UK sewers
Mice are usually ground living, found in areas near to human habitation nesting around the undisturbed parts of buildings climbing through wall cavities and voids using them as tunnels.
Bedbugs can be found in any cracks and crevices such as in headboards, behind peeling wallpaper, behind broken plaster, behind light switches, behind plug sockets, under carpets and behind skirting boards
( Blatella Germanica)
Being nocturnal, cockroaches hide in the cracks and crevices around sinks, cookers and motor compartments of house hold appliances. They can scale rough and smooth surfaces
( Ctenocephalides felis)
The flea larvae thrive in dark, humid places such as animal bedding and carpet fluff, and feed on organic debris and adult flea excrement.
Adults fleas feed on the blood of the species to which they are adapted but will feed on other animals in the absence of the normal host.
Wasps usually nest in wall cavities, lofts, hollow trees and bushes.
Wasps’ nests are made from wood (paper) that is chewed from trees, reeds or garden fences and mixed with saliva. They are produced each year and are set horizontally.
Pharaoh Ants (Monomorium Pharaonis)
Pharaohs Ant nests are deep in cavities of heated buildings. Being a tropical ant they are use to humid conditions.
Foods that are high in protein are taken back to the Pharaohs Ant nests. These include meat, fats, blood and dead insects.
Grey Squirrel (sciuris carolinensis)
Grey squirrels are common in deciduous and mixed woodlands. They are also found in hedgerows, banking, gardens, trees and farms.
Grey squirrel dreys (nests) are compact and sphere-