Pest Control in Dorset
The county of Dorset covers an area of 2,653 square kilometres (1,024 sq. miles), and borders Devon to the West, Somerset to the North-West, Wiltshire to the North-East, and Hampshire to the East. Dorset’s climate of warm summers and mild winters is partly due to its position on Britain’s South Coast. This unique weather pattern, in addition to Dorset being a largely rural county situated on the coast, means that it finds itself playing host to large numbers of unwanted visiting pests.
Commercial Pest Control in Dorset
Commercial and rural enterprise is thriving in Dorset with a mix of large corporates like Honeywell, to small and medium-sized organisations which often need help with pest control and bird control. Dorset is a popular tourist destination and birds are a common nuisance; as a result of fouling that is acidic and can cause erosion of metal and stonework. Another general problem for hotels and bed and breakfast venues are bed bugs that travel from one location to another and need to be dealt with by a professional pest control service, as over the counter products are – generally – not as effective.