• LocationSittingbourne, Kent, London Road, ME10 1QA**
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Our Sittingbourne bird proof services, including spikes and netting, are second to none. Our trained pest controllers provide expert solutions to any bird pests such as pigeons in the local Sittingbourne area.

Bird netting will help deter any bird pests from reaching your fruits and vegetables. Bird netting may also be used to protect fisheries and fish wildlife reserves from predator birds. Our Sittingbourne bird control experts can install this bird proofing device with the minimum of disruption.

The installation of bird spikes in Sittingbourne will help prevent the irreversible damage caused to your roof, windowsill or building in general. We supply and install a range of bird spikes for any type of property in Sittingbourne. This method of bird control is approved by the RSPB and PICAS.

Whatever the problem our local Sittingbourne pest controllers are able to provide a fast response and efficient solution.

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Sittingbourne Pest Control Testimonials

Customer Name: Mrs M Heppolette
I called your office in my hour of need to find a an engineer to come out asap. There was an immense burden taken off me when your lady employee informed me that one of your plumbers would call to undertake the work last Saturday. I want to express my sincere thanks and appreciation. Your engineer did an excellent job in his determination and perserverance to succeed.

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Example Of Our Pest Services

Carpet Beetles
The Adult varied carpet beetle is 2-4mm long. Its body strongly convexed, with a variable colouration of brown, black and mottled with yellow or white scales on the dorsal surface. The larval, or "Woolly bear" stage, will produce the tell tale carpet damage to areas of carpet where they will not be disturbed, such as under heavy objects or along skirting boards.

These beetles lay their eggs in birds nests, and can find their way into the house via the attic, where they lay eggs in wool, fur and other organic material. These then hatch into larvae that shy away from light, and curl up into a ball when disturbed.

The larvae consume the organic matter, and then metamorphose into adults, who then seek out light and visit flowers for nectar and pollen. The first step of any carpet beetle pest control is to remove any birds nests, dead rodents, and old carpet scraps from the roof spaces, as all three can be reservoirs of infestation.

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