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01323 656 828

 or

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CRAWLING INSECTS

SDR Conservation specialise in ‘discreet’ pest control for both residential and commercial clients. All of our team are fully qualified, insured and accredited ensuring a professional service at all times.

Cockroaches

Finding cockroaches in your home or business can be very distressing. As known carriers of diseases such as Salmonella, Dysentery & Gastro-enteritis, exposure to this pest also poses significant health risks. Cockroaches are very tough insects and their ability to breed rapidly makes professional treatment essential to control any infestation.

Fleas

Sometime in their lives, most pets will end up with a flea infestation. There’s really nothing you can do to stop that, because they can easily be picked up from other animals, in the park or any public space that your pet goes to. As parasites, the greatest concern about the presence of fleas in your home or business comes from their bites. Although these are not painful, they can result in an uncomfortable itch or rash.

Bedbugs

If you have bed bugs in your house, the only thing on your mind will be getting rid of them as quickly as possible. Bed bugs stay close to a food source, so are found where people tend to rest and sleep, hence the name bed bug. The frustration they can cause is not only due to the emotional stress of dealing with parasites, but also the irritation of their bites and the potential for secondary infection from constant scratching.

Ants

Ants will travel in a wide range searching for food, following trails they have established and clustering around the source of food, becoming a nuisance in homes.

Silverfish

More than just a nuisance in homes, Silverfish are known for their destructive feeding habits and can cause a serious problem in large numbers – damaging books, photographs, paintings, plaster and other household items. Silverfish survive in most environments, but thrive in conditions of high humidity and can often be found in dark, damp areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.

Woodworm

Adult beetles lay their eggs in cracks in wood. Outdoors this isn’t much of a problem, but inside your property they might infest floorboards, furniture, wooden beams and any other wooden objects.
Larvae burrow deep into the wood where they feed – and in the process make a maze of tunnels over several years. If you don’t have specialist woodworm control the larvae can seriously weaken the timbers in a building. If left untreated, this may lead to structural failure of timbers.