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Why You Should Rodent-Proof Your Property

Chances are that you don’t spend much time thinking about rodents. For most of us, this is something that only crops up if and when we think we might have an infestation. While it may seem logical to simply deal with the problem when it arises, there are actually some very good reasons why it’s [...]

By |February 13th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Prokill Supporting The Campaign For Responsible Rodenticide Use

Rodenticides are of course a necessary part of pest control. These pesticides are used by many companies such as Prokill because they’re effective and fast-acting, making them the more humane method of dealing with rodent infestations. Unfortunately, when dealing with outdoor areas, these products can easily poison other non-targeted wildlife species. Numerous studies have documented [...]

By |January 31st, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Five Tips For Preventing A Rodent Infestation

Whether it’s in your home or within a commercial premises, nobody wants to be faced with a rodent infestation. Not only can it make even the toughest among us feel rather uneasy, these creatures can become aggressive when scared, cause damage to your property and of course, spread a myriad of diseases.   Below are [...]

By |January 3rd, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Where In Your Home Are Rodents Really Hiding?

The thought of having rats or mice in the house is enough to make anyone feel a bit squeamish. It’s unlikely to keep you up at night however because most people are pretty confident that they don’t have an infestation. Rodents are very sneaky however and to top it off, they do everything they can [...]

By |December 4th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

What Happens When Garden Ants Become Pests

While many of us were enjoying basking in the sunshine this summer, the warmer temperatures mean that summer species of ants are starting to become increasingly evident in and around our homes and businesses. As one of the most robust and prolific to be found on our shores, we’re all aware of the common black garden [...]

By |October 25th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments