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There’s No Hiding Place!

Bed bugs have lately reared their insatiable minute heads in all forms of public transport, cinemas, theatres, aeroplanes, apartments, clothing stores and hotel rooms. There seems there’s no getting away from these voracious blood sucking parasites They were mostly eliminated in the developed world by the early 40′, but since the mid 70’s the situation worsened in the mid-nineties. They are now enjoying a unwanted revival. Reasons for which are …Read More

Guests bitten by Bedbugs at a 5 star hotel

Recently it was reported that a hotel guest and his wife staying in an exclusive Hyde Park five star hotel suffered hundreds of bites from what they described as bedbugs. Unfortunately for the hotel their guest was a lawyer from New York! Who is now filing an action against the hotel. It simply shows that no one is resistant from being exposed to these indiscriminate parasites. Bedbugs, some facts  Just …Read More

Sharing Bed bugs with your fellow travellers

One very worrying aspects when travelling are the possibilities of bedbugs being transferred and spreading through personal baggage on aircraft. Numerous examples have been experienced and documented where bedbugs have been detected on aircraft. Just recently a British Airways passenger apparently was bitten 90 times while travelling from Los Angeles to London and again when travelling from Bangalore to Heathrow. Either she is very unlucky, or extremely tasty! All joking …Read More

Cockroaches Friend or Enemy?

Lately roaches featured in a news program in a favourable light when a popular zoological garden proposed on St Valentine’s Day to allow you call a roach after your truelove for a small fee. This triggered a rash of newspaper articles about the tiny pest to a degree that one may be justified to state that we, the public, have acquired a mellowing in our dislike for the previously infamous …Read More

Keep your home free of cockroach

Winged cockroaches in your home must be among the most loathsome occurrence that can befall you. They’re literally flying germs and carry disease. Cockroaches generally enter your homes for the single intent of survival. They require nutrients and a habitat survive and breed. This article will impart a few hints how you can deal with them when they enter your home or premises. The most elementary thing that you’ll be …Read More

Bed Bugs at your local cinema?

Now, it appears that London’s bed bugs are turning their scratchy and itchy focus on your cinemas and theatres. Last week, a cinema in South London was closed because many of its patrons complained that they had been bitten by bugs. The cinema manager called in Pest Control London to investigate. Their initial report was that there was clear evidence that many of the seats were in fact infested by …Read More

Safe ways to make your home pests free

It is a known fact that the majority of the pesticides to control pests are harmful both for children and adults and also for pets. Sometimes people do not realize that when they use pesticides they do not disappear straight away after spaying. The question is why not to try some useful tips which are harmless and non-toxic to pest control? The advice is the following. 1. Do not invite …Read More

Bedbugs without preference or Borders

The summer of 2013 and the bedbug season is with us and it appears to be another ‘lousy’ year, pest control London reported. Bedbugs are becoming more difficult to eradicate and are showing up in many surprising locations. Perhaps you think you already know about bed bugs. When you are travelling, you inspect your hotel bed carefully, and you probably always place your baggage on the luggage shelf. Regrettably, this …Read More

Get rid your home of pests

Before we ask question “how to get rid my home of pests” we must understand the reason why pest get in to a home. So we have to find out what do pest looking for in your home, so you can illuminate this point. If you will get rid of the thing pests enjoy being inside they will start to look for other place to settle home You have to …Read More

Jet setting Bedbugs come to London!

Bedbugs as in many countries are very prolific. The US and New York in particular seems to be more effected by these parasitic insects. As many cross Atlantic flights originate from NY and mostly land at Heathrow Airport. London is now playing host to an increasing amount of imported bedbugs and is bearing the brunt of these cross Atlantic stowaways. Bedbugs are a small flat, rust coloured insect. A fully …Read More