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Pest Tips & Latest News

  • June 22, 2015
  • Richard Strand

Summer Pest Control Tips

Don’t let pests spoil your picnic, BBQ or camping Warm summer nights on the patio, enjoying a glass of chilled Sauvignon blanc with a steak on the BBQ, laying lazily under the sun on the grass after a pleasant picnic by the lake or on holiday in the great outdoors in a field full of tents enjoying camping for the...

  • March 16, 2015
  • Richard Strand

Spring Pest Control Tips

Spring: Watch out for Moths in your cupboards and drawers…… At last the winter is over and it is time to bring out the spring tops and put the jumpers away, but will they still be wearable next winter? Clothes moths can wreak havoc while you are not looking and when you get your favourite jumper out next winter you...

  • September 29, 2014
  • Richard Strand

Autumn Pest Control Tips

Mice and Rats are looking for a warm winter home… Mice & Rats "A mouse can fit through a gap of 6mm -7mm” that’s the size of a pencil! As the vegetation dies back, rats and mice that have quite happily lived outside during the summer, lose both their food source and much of their protective cover. This, coupled with...

  • August 01, 2014
  • Richard Strand

Useful Pest Control Links

One-stop for useful links to assist with pest control including valuable information and government guidelines on bees, wasps and bats. British Pest Control Association: Pest Technicians Association: BugsBed Bug Advice: Bee SwarmsBritish Bee Keepers Association: on Swarms Pests Allotmentshttp://www.allotments-uk.comBatsNatural England: Natural Heritage: Council for Wales: and Heritage Service – Northern Ireland: Bat Conservation Trust: and the Law: Advice Lines on Bats:

  • July 30, 2014
  • Richard Strand

PFH Frequently Asked Questions

Can every pest problem be solved without the use of pesticides? Some problems could be more difficult to eradicate completely without the use of pesticides. At PestFreeHome we recognise, however, that there are many situations where trapping or repelling pests will be sufficient or where pest problems can be resolved or prevented by denying pests access to your home. Wherever...