Altrincham Pest Control
Altrincham Pest Control Covers Manchester, Stockport and Cheshire areas.
The ORIGINAL Altrincham Pest Control offers Wasp Nest control treatment or removal at a fixed price £35.00, with no hidden extras.
The grey squirrel is a common sight in local parks and gardens and because of its prolific breeding has to some extent led to the demise of the native red squirrel.
This species is a serious pest in Britain. It is a threat to forestry land where its habit of removing tree bark is extremely damaging. In towns and cities, it can be a considerable pest by casing damage to structures and electrics in roof spaces. The squirrel may use roof insulation for nesting material and may chew boxes and other items stored in the roof space.
In some instances they have been known to chew electric cables and roof joints causing a potentially dangerous situation as well as the problem of noise.
If squirrels are using a roof space for a nest, often the first reaction to the problem by occupant may be to destroy them. This may not be the most successful solution to the problem.
Before carrying out any works to prevent access to the roof space, it is essential that a thorough check is made to ensure that there are no young present in the nest. Keeping the adult squirrel from their young will result in death for the young and substantial damage to the property where the mother tries to reach her young.
People and companies think they can treat the pest problem themselves, only to find that they make the infestation worse by purchasing products from DIY outlets with a poor percentage of insecticide. This may prove to be an expensive waste of time and money.
Altrincham Pest Control provides an effective solution to your pest control problem with advice to prevent any infestation recurring.
We will always advise on how to keep children, pets and staff safe. All works will be carried out in accordance with the Health & Safety Act 1974, the COSHH Regulations 1988, the Food & Environmental Act 1985 and Control of Pesticides 1986.