Pest controllers – helping you sort out your insect and rodent problems

Throughout the year, hundreds and hundreds of NZ properties have been, or will be affected by rodent or pest problems. Whether its mice and possums or cockroaches and ants, the list of pests that can arrive and take up residence at your residential or commercial property is endless. While household products can provide a quick and easy short term solution to the problem, it cannot treat the problem long term – this is why you need to call upon pest controllers.

Finding the right pest control company is very important to make sure that the job is done promptly and efficiently. To ensure that you are choosing the right professional to do the job, ask about their memberships and qualifications. Also, pest-free guarantees will also give you peace of mind that they are prepared to back up all of their work.

Crawling and flying insects are not only embarrassing to have (when you have guests in the home), but they are also extremely unhygienic to have around children and food. Cockroaches, spiders, flies and ants are all common pests in the home that should be dealt with as soon as possible.

Did you know that mice can have up to 24 litters a year? With 10 babies per litter, this can mean as many as 240 mice in your property! Not only does this mean any mice problems you have need to be sorted urgently, but that they should be prevented if possible (bait stations are a great solution for this).

Even though insects or rodents may not currently be a huge issue in your home, that doesn’t mean they never will be. Prevention of pests can save you time, effort and money in the future, so talk to your pest controller about how pests can be prevented in your home.

Learn more about preventative pest control. Stop by Wild Weta’s site where you can discuss your needs with a Manukau pest controller.

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