We specialise in mole control and also provide a service for rabbits, squirrels, wasps nest, bees, foxes, rats and mice
Moles are normally solitary creatures living in a system of underground tunnels.
The mole hills you see are the excavated earth from these tunnels. Their main food sources are earth worms and they need to eat their own body weight each day. Their breeding season is February and March when they can produce a litter of three to four young, who are self sufficient in about five weeks , this is when they find their own territory. They live for around three to six years. They can tunnel up to one foot per minute and travel in existing tunnels at a speed of eighty feet per minute. As a result one mole can be responsible for a large area of damage.Mole problem? Contact us today
Wasps and Bees are very dangerous insects if provoked. If a human receives sting(s) they could experience anaphylactic shock. This can prove fatal in some cases.
A nest the size of a golf ball in May can increase to the size of an armchair by September containing up to 10,000 wasps.Wasp or Bee problem? Contact us today
Mice and rats can pose significant health risks as they also carry many diseases, cause damage to food products and affect the fabric of buildings.
Finding mice or rats in your home or business can be very distressing. They can spread disease in their search for food and shelter, posing health risks particularly in kitchens and food storage areas. Taking action to eliminate a mouse/rat infestation quickly is important as they can damage property as constant gnawing can damage insulation, pipes, doors, floorboards & they shred soft items for nesting.Mice/Rat Problem? Contact us today
The European Rabbit can cause devastation to crops and gardens. Each Rabbit can consume about 500g of food a day combined with its prolific breeding this can soon destroy large areas of land.
Despite the rabbits cute reputation as a much loved cartoon character in the form of bugs bunny or peter rabbit, they are also a major pest species in the UK. This mammal is largely underestimated by most but their capabilities to breed as well as, chew, eat and dig through most landscapes is second to none.Rabbit problem? Contact us today
While we often coexist peacefully with wildlife in their natural habitat, certain species may become accustomed to the presence of people.
Squirrels can potentially cause damage to property, risking transfer of disease or simply being a plain nuisance. Uncontrolled populations which thrive in urban landscapes can pose significant risks to human health and homes. Squirrels are the second most prolific takers of songbird eggs and young.Squirrel problem? Contact us today
Foxes can be a nuisance, particularly during the mating season when their screams can be heard at night, or when male foxes fight with each other over territory or a female fox.
Foxes prefer suburban areas, with large gardens where they can find shelter beneath shrubbery, sheds, and in other quiet areas, for example, alongside railway tracks or in parks and other open spaces.Fox problem? Contact us today