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Radio WM contacted us to say they were doing a morning item on the increase of rat activity in Birmingham and the Black Country and wished to go out with one of our technicians. Who best to go out with them than our own Andrew Kirby who never stops talking.

Andrew was able to show them an area where rat activity was particularly heavy in a large shrub area, and right on cue during the interview two rats came out to play in front of the reporter, needless to say he didn’t want to hang about.

We received some positive feedback from the show, well done Andy.

 

 

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Spring is officially here! It’s warming up (largely), everything’s turning green, and the evenings are lighter. Great news … unless there’s a wasp nest in your house. Unfortunately, July, August, and September are the most common times for homes to become infested with wasps, bees, and hornets. Thankfully, though, Enviropest are here to offer you expert advice regarding wasp-proofing your home and, if it gets to it, wasp removal options.

Prevention is better than intervention

The first rule of any pest control service is that preventative steps are more effective and long-lasting than responsive ones. Wasp control won’t be necessary if you plan properly, and put in place some simple and easy anti-wasp measures. Frequently emptying your bins and, where possible, covering up any exposed foods are effective ways of reducing the risk of wasp infestations. By keeping your picnics or cakes covered, you minimize the risk of a wasp sending signals to the rest of its hive. Wasp pots can also be very effective ways of keeping the number of wasps around your property as low as possible.

Calling in the experts

Here at Enviropest, we recommend that you seek professional help for your wasp removal services. Doing so keeps you safe, and makes it much more likely that you’ll succeed. Professionals are the experts, after all, and will have performed similar operations time and time again. Don’t leave it to chance.

Why Enviropest?

Now that you’ve decided to seek expert, professional help, you need to know what to look for in a wasp removal or pest control company. Firstly, check out the company’s reviews. If they’re good, then contact them and explain the problem. A good pest control company will be communicative, clear, and helpful when discussing your requirements with you. They should have plenty of experience, and willing to work around your personal needs. Here at Enviropest, we understand the need to prevent your wasps from returning. With that in mind, we implement the necessary preventative steps after we’ve dealt with your initial problem. We have also been dealing with wasp removals since our inception in 1995. Thus, we have experience of servicing a range of clients, from local homeowners to multinational companies.
 
 
If you have a problem with wasp infestations, and live near Birmingham, Solihull, Coventry, or the surrounding area, then please contact Enviropest on 0121 693 6616. We would be more than happy to discuss your problem with you, and will offer you some initial advice after your first consultation. You can also fill out one of our online contact forms. A member of our expert team will be in touch with you shortly. We look forward to hearing from you!

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So, you’ve acquired a new commercial property and it has been left in an unforgiving and even hazardous state. Do you take a deep breath and try and deal with this yourself, or do you bring in professional help? The answer each and every time is to always consult with a professional house clearances company. Below, Enviropest Control Services Ltd considers why customers across Solihull, Birmingham, and Coventry should turn to the experts when it comes to house clearances.

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Due to an increase in the expansion of business, we are looking for a temporary member of staff to help out in pest control duties. This position could lead to a permanent role.

Experience in pest control is essential, a company vehicle is provided with company uniform and PPE. Salary is negotiable depending on experience and qualifications.

Contact Paul Bodfish for further details or send CV to paul@enviropest.co.uk

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From cockroaches to rats, mice, moths, and more, your warm and food-filled house is an inviting prospect to a broad variety of unwelcome visitors. If you are concerned about potential pests and decide to ignore the problem or try to deal with it yourself, the long term consequences could be very costly. Most insurers won’t offer protection against damage from vermin or pests, therefore, the sooner that you pick up on signs of a pest infestation and accordingly consult a professional exterminator, the better chance you have to minimise lasting damage. Below, Enviropest Control Ltd have shared four warnings which indicate that you should be contacting a pest control expert:

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We wish all our customers a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year and look forward to a continued excellent working relationship with everyone.

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Pests are a serious problem; from birds to insects, to rodents, pest infestations are common occurrences in both residential homes and commercial properties but are often overlooked in food safety planning procedures. Establishing an effective process for pest control is key, not only to ensure that your business isn’t penalised or even shut down by the Food Standards Agency, but also to look after the health of your family, friends, and customers. In today’s blog, Enviropest reviews the necessity for pest control and prevention as a means of optimum food safety:

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A vacancy has occurred due to a member of staff relocating to Norfolk

The candidate should be either BPCA/RSPH Level 2 qualified.

Be able to work on their own or within a team, ideally experience in bird proofing is required but not essential.

Full PPE is supplied and company uniform together with a company vehicle are supplied.

Salary is dependent on experience, in addition attractive incentive bonus and good overtime rates form part of the salary package.

For more details please send your CV to paul@enviropest.co.uk or phone 0121 693 6616.

 

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Reports in the papers today state a  strain of ant Lasius neglectus is set to potentially be a hazard to houses as they like to nest in fuse and electric switchboards. These ants originated in Turkey and were first identified in the National Trust building Hidcote Manor.

In fact these species of ants were first noticed at Hidcote Mnaor in 2009, so old news I’m afraid folks, however if you do notice ants near sockets and electric switchboards be assured they can still be treated. These ants are similar in appearance to the common garden ant Lasius niger although a bit smaller. If you have any queries please contact us

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image imageStephen the Great Grey owl popped in to check the office staff were all working hard. Stephen’s mates do a great job sorting out pigeons and gulls. So if you are having problems call us as this could be a suitable alternative to netting/spiking.

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