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3 Metres Bird Spikes for narrow ledges and surfaces » £11.75 - DIY Pest Control Products

3 Metres Bird Spikes for narrow ledges and surfaces

£11.75

Bird Spikes (3 Metres) As used by professional pest Controllers

Sold in equal strips of 3 metres

Removal of Pigeons and Gulls

Ideal for Narrow Ledges - simply fix with silicone adhesive

Place on Wall ledges, fence posts, window sills or in fact any surface to prevent landing birds

Covers ledges up to a width between 60 -100mm

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Pest Control Blog

JUN

30th

2017

Wasp Season

Wasp season is almost fully upon us!

The nests can hold between 3000 and 6000 wasps making it dangerous to treat unless carried out professionally.

We charge just £69+vat for eradication and can often attend within 24 hours.

Call us on 0800 085 44 60 for further advice and bookings.

Dans Wasp Nest

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JUN

16th

2017

Needle Sweep

At Millennium Pest Control we often undertake regular cleaning of areas that are unfortunately littered with used Needles.

Removal of sharp objects such as syringes and needles needs to be done as safely as possible due to the high risk they pose with regards to infectious diseases. They are often found within public areas such as toilets, in derelict houses and squats, usually inhabited by illegal drug users.

Needle Sweep

Needle Sweep 1

These photos show a recent 'nest' which is the common name for users that frequent hidden and enclosed locations amongst the general public, they require being dealt with and sanitised immediately to reduce risks to health. Often we will also find human waste, blood and vomit within the same areas.

We are all at risk to disease and these services should most definitely be left to the professionals.

Needle Sweep After

Needle Sweep After

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APR

28th

2017

Mealworm

Whilst attending a routine inspection at a contracted customers farm our technician Steve came across this large infestation of mealworm within the roof space of the buildings.

mealworm

Mealworms prefer warm, dark and damp locations and will feast upon fresh or decaying matter, hence the farm building being the perfect location for them.

Mealworm1

 

The mealworms are larvae of the Darkling beetle and live to eat and grow until they have enough energy stored to begin the transformation into pupae and then into the beetle.

Darkling Beetle

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