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Pest Control Management offer Pest Control throughout Kent and the South East including Kent

There is an old saying "buy cheap and you buy twice" ... there are many DIY Pest Control's available in Kent, which will certainly eliminate a good percentage of your pests, however, you only need two remaining; to find you have the same problem in a few weeks time (when the pests reproduce again).

Pest Control Management offer a professional Pest Control by doing it 'right first time'

We are so confident of our Pest Control, that if the problem re-occurs within 30 days in the same location in Kent, we guarentee to come back and deal with the Pest Problem for FREE.

 

 

 

 

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Council Pest Control

Council Pest ControlOur local councils do their best to control pests, including some humans.  However, with the current cut-backs in local government their resources are very stretched.  You may have to wait a bit longer to get a visit from the environmental agency. 

Not every council will respond to rats or wasp pests, hence why companies like ourselves offer professional services.

Medway Council offer this advice to households:

The most common rat found in the UK is the brown rat (rattus norvegicus) also known as the sewer or common rat. Adults are normally between 320 and 430 cm in length from nose to tail and despite their name, vary in colour from grey/brown to almost black. Their droppings are on average 12mm (½ inch) in length and cigar-shaped, coming to a shallow point at one or both ends. Other signs of infestation include gnawing, smear marks, tracks, burrows and nests.

Rats can carry a wide range of parasites and diseases that can be passed on to humans, including the potentially fatal Weil's disease.
These diseases are normally passed on via their droppings and urine, contaminating food preparation surfaces. They can also cause damage to foodstuffs, buildings and in particular cables and wiring by chewing, possibly resulting in fires or electrocution.

Prevention

Keep food and rubbish in sealed containers where possible and clean up spillages and food debris as they arise. At night, put all food and drink away, especially food and water intended for pets and garden birds, as rats are most active at night.

Inspect and seal any external holes where rats may enter the building. These may include gaps under external doors, around water and gas inlet pipes and damaged air bricks.

Control

This can be achieved by the use of various types and strengths of poisons, traps and gas, many of which are only available for use by professional operators. In all cases, particular care must be taken in their use to avoid any risks to humans, other animals and the environment.
 

This advice is quite helpful, however, if you have a mice infestation, blocking holes can be never-ending, as a mouse can contort it's body to get through a hole the size of a biro pen.  Is these cases, you need professional help form Pest Control Management.

Pest Control Management support local council pest control activities by providing customers with pest control expertise in specific areas and with specific pests.

As the costs, in terms of time and labour, have increased, council pest control Technicians are often unable to assist with clearing your rat, mouse, fox, rabbit, squirrel, flea, cockroach, bedbug, moth, beetle, fly, bird, wasp, hornet or mole problem.

Council pest control Technicians partner with Pest Control Management to provide local pest control solutions throughout Kent. Working with local council pest control departments, Pest Control Management are on hand to provide free friendly advice and deal with your pest control problem, supporting you at every stage of the process, explaining how the treatments work, before they are carried out.

 


















Bed bug control raises health concerns - 13 December 2012

Bed bug control raises health concerns

Bed bugs are becoming a really serious health issue and there is real concern for public safety. One of the reasons is the poor level of knowledge of a certain number of pest controllers who fail to follow the all so important, product Labelling and bed bugs chemical Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) information that is provided free by the insecticide manufacturers who produce the chemicals we use to treat them.

Before we discuss here are some bed bugs facts for the uninitiated: in the US the bed bugs population has increased 500% from 2006-2010, in the UK we are not far behind this and are facing a similar rate of growth. Bed bugs are three times higher in urban areas compared with rural areas.

The bed bugs hatchlings (in the early nymph stages) can pass through the stich hole in a mattress and hide until they sense the body heat and CO2 exhaled when we breath, coming out to enjoy a blood feast! An adult female bed bug will lay c500 eggs in her lifetime.

The concern for health surrounding bed bugs is because pesticides are being misused, some only approved for outdoor use are being used indoors … always read the label! The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry and the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention are alerting the public to the emerging national concern regarding the misuse of pesticides to treat infestations of bed bugs and other insects indoors.

From 2006-2010 the National Pesticide Information Centre reported 169 calls, 129 of these resulted in mild or serious health effects (including one fatality), all because of bed bugs. These were as a direct result of using pesticides that were misapplied, not intended for indoor use or legally banned from use … always read the label!

When treating bed bugs Pest Control Management always assess the pesticides that we use with regard to COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health), a legal requirement, this must be carried out and also with regard to our application method statements.

First and foremost to avoid any mistakes and to be clear about using a pesticide for bed bugs properly, thoroughly review the MSDS and the Label (these are your legal responsibility to avoid bed bugs causing you a costly mistake)….always read the label! Bed bugs beware and pest controllers too! Article courtesy of Masters in Health Care

click here for more information about bed bugs and bed bugs lifecycle

 

 
New matress for Christmas? - 08 December 2012

New matress for Christmas?

Before you install your new matress, it might be worth checking your bedroom for bed bugs.  If you are your family have any signs of bites over night; on exposed parts of your skin (feet, arms waist, neck, face), you may well have a bed bug problem.  Call us at Pest Control Management before you install your new matress!

 

 

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Pest Control Management offer a professional Pest Control by doing it 'right first time'. We are so confident of our service of Pest Control, that if the problem re-occurs within 30 days in the same location, we guarentee to come back and deal with it for FREE.

 



















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Pest Control Management Photos: We would like to thank our Trade Supplier Killgerm for a number of photos on this website.  They offer us very cost effective yet powerful solutions to pest problems.

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