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Some of our technicians have committed over 35 years of their working lives to protecting people and property from pest infestations throughout Southern Wales.
With such a wealth of local knowledge and expertise, our team can help solve any pest or bird control issues. Flying or crawling, stinging or biting – the Newport team have dealt with them all, providing high quality service, innovative pest control solutions, all backed up by the resources of a national company. As two-thirds of the Welsh population live in and around the three major South Wales cities of Swansea, Newport and Cardiff, this offers pest birds, mammals and insects a habitat in which they can potentially flourish. Pests such as pigeons, cockroaches, bed bugs, clothes moths and rodents have adapted to make the most of living close to people.
Thriving communities from Caerleon to Bishpool unknowingly offer opportunities to scavenging pests. Whilst restaurants, bars and pubs along Swansea Bay and it’s maritime quarter offer tourists, students and locals sustenance, rats, mice and feral pigeons will readily feed on left-overs. Our skilled local experts understand the habits of these pests, where they can hide and know the most effective treatments to control them.
Seagulls can become a pest problem, especially in coastal towns and cities. Cardiff for example can offer birds like Herring and Lesser Black-backed gulls an easy living. A city with an abundant food source combined with rooftops, balconies and chimney stacks to nest on and the Afon Taf, Cardiff Bay and Severn Estuary on the door step. It can be difficult to consider seagulls as pests, yet an infestation can lead to property damage, health and safety issues. Local bird control specialists offer innovative deterrents for a variety of pest birds.
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