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What ever happened to the red squirrel?

By Pest Control Services - Monday, December 14, 2015

The grey squirrel that can be observed in the United Kingdom today is not a native species; it was introduced to the UK in 1876 in Henbury Park, Cheshire. Back then, we had no conception of what introducing a non-native species would do to our...

Keep a lookout for rats and mice this winter!

By Pest Control Services - Monday, December 07, 2015

Weather sells newspapers. Every year, you can bet a tenner that one tabloid will print a story about how this winter is going to be the coldest on record.

The Express did this last year claiming that we would have the coldest weather...

How to choose the right local pest control company

By Pest Control Services - Tuesday, November 17, 2015

The great thing about pest controllers is their vast range of expertise. Whether you have mice chewing your electrical cables, woodworm eating away at your floor boards or bed bugs keeping you up at night, all can be taken care of.

But, not all pest...

How to kill woodworm

By Pest Control Services - Tuesday, November 10, 2015

No sane human being enjoys killing, but sometimes it's necessary.

A woodworm infestation is a prime example. Woodworm can completely decimate timber if given the time, and as we've discussed previously, that's bad news for period properties.

Think you've got woodworm? Here's...

What causes wet rot, and how should I deal with it?

By Pest Control Services - Tuesday, November 03, 2015

Wet rot is caused by either the fungi Coniophora puteana (black) or the fungi Fibroporia vaillantii (white). Wet rot flourishes in damp conditions, and as a result it's commonly found in bathrooms, basements and outbuildings. Generally speaking, wet rot is not as destructive as dry...

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