Instant Pest Solutions




Rodents have the ability to adapt themselves to almost any environment. Their great reproductive potential, natural cunning and survival instinct puts them among the most successful animals on earth.

The main reasons for control of rodents are to reduce or eliminate the spread of disease, contamination of produce and damage to food stocks and property.

Rodents can cause damage to food intended for humans, by consumption, contamination with faeces and urine, as well as other physical and microbiological contaminants.


Specialists Bird Deterrents

Legal note – Under the European Wild Bird Directive 1979, all wild birds, including their nests and habitat, are protected. In the UK the relevant legislation is the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. However, birds that are recognised as pests can have that protection removed and are listed on the General Licences, issued by Natural England each year.  

The General Licences list the birds that can be controlled, for specific reasons, purpose of preserving public health and public safety and by specific methods. It is a condition that all non- lethal methods must be considered first.

The main species of interest in food safety context are feral pigeon, collard dove, house sparrow and starling (presently removed from licence in England) and three species of large gull: herring gull, greater black-backed gull and lesser black-backed gull. Some of the problems associated with pest birds are product damage, maintenance costs, contamination, spread of disease agents and source of secondary infestations.


Fly Control

Flies have a life cycle consisting of four main stages – eggs, larva, pupa and adult. The duration of each development stage is very much dependent on temperature and food/moisture availability.

The fly is a highly mobile pest, able to fly from filth to food carrying with it a wide range of disease-causing organisms on its body.

There are many thousands of species of flies; however, relatively few interact with humans. Those that do are among the most destructive of pest species, spreading diseases to humans and domesticated animals as well as contaminating food and packaging.

The increase and ease of international travel in the air and on the oceans mean that there are very few barriers left to stop the spread of insects worldwide.

The mobility of flying insects is the primary reason why their status as pests is so important. This allows them to visit many diverse and contaminated habitats within the course of their short life span.


Toilet and Washroom

We specialise in providing up-to-the minute washroom systems and services. Our pro-active approach ensures we are aware of the latest innovations that benefit both your business and environment.

Our stylish and co-ordinated product range has been carefully selected to enhance the appearance and freshness of your washrooms and offers practical solutions that overcome common problems.

Our service team delivers a high quality service, time and again, which does not go unnoticed by our clients who regularly provide us with positive feedback.