Are pests in Molesey becoming more common?
There seems to be more discussion and awareness about what makes a pest these days, and thus our tolerance level when it comes to animals, birds, insects and rodents encroaching on our space is beginning to decrease.
If you are a homeowner, tenant, landlord or business in or around East Molesey and West Molesey, and you think or know you have a pest problem, then do something about it.
I’m Gary Coates and, as part of West London Pest Control, I am an expert and professional pest control technician that can deal with all pests in all kinds of situations, and here’s why:
Qualified to a high standard
I hold the certificate in ‘Pest Control & Management’ as awarded by the Royal Society of Public Health. This comprehensive course must be completed within 12 months and a pass rate that is set high. This is done to maintain and promote a high standard of practice within pest control.
Getting it right is important, and helping customers be pest-free as soon as possible is a key factor in success but, all methods needs to be safe for use in and around the home or business in Molesey, as well as humane.
There are many pests, some of which are strikingly common and well-known. For example, the ongoing ‘battle’ between us humans and the rat is well-documented but, in recent years, other pests have started to become more common (or possibly less tolerated).
Bugs in the property is one such example. Fleas are slowly becoming less immune to some active ingredients in flea treatments. The bedbug is on the rise, due to our increase travel hence they are able to find their way into homes and businesses. But, our habit of washing bedding on lower temperatures is also not killing the eggs hence, in a few weeks the bedbugs re-appear.
As a member of the National Pest Technician Association and Basis PROMPT, I have access to many specialist courses – of which I have completed many – along with the latest findings of research projects on a variety of pests and topics.
Pest control is not just about laying traps and bait, hoping all will be well and the pest will disappear. Modern pest control is about ensuring only the pest is targeted, and that the impact on the surrounding environment is minimal.
As a result, my work in keeping a busy shopping street in London clean and free from pests has been featured on a BBC documentary series. “Oxford Street” highlighted the work that went in to keeping this busy and popular stretch of street clean.
I understand the need for a swift response to calls for help from homeowners, tenants, landlords and all kinds of businesses across the KT8 area to be pest-free. Working regularly in the area, I can respond to your call immediately – so don’t wait any longer!