Pest Control in Wiltshire
The beautiful county of Wiltshire, in South West England, is home to the world famous and historic site of Stonehenge. The county is characterised by its high downland and wide valleys, with a climate which is generally wetter and milder than the rest of the country. Seasonal temperature variation is less extreme than most of the United Kingdom because of the adjacent sea temperatures.
Being a largely rural county, Wiltshire has its fair share of vermin, which have the potential to cause problems to property, businesses, livestock and people alike. It’s not uncommon for pests such as rats, mice and squirrels to enter a property seeking food and shelter, especially during winter months. Many pests, especially mice, can breed every three months, producing approximately a dozen offspring every time. Accordingly, a pest infestation can quickly spread if not managed effectively.
Other pests causing problems across Wiltshire include pigeons, ants and flies.
Feral pigeons form large flocks that roost on buildings, ledges, sills, sloping roofs and under bridges. They prefer to eat grain and seeds, but have adapted to become efficient scavengers. Ants are commonly found in nests but travel to find food. To prevent ants, ensure that sugary foods are kept in sealed containers and all food spillages are cleaned up and removed immediately.
COMMERCIAL PEST CONTROL SERVICES IN Wiltshire
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Commercial Pest Control in Wiltshire
With over 30 years’ experience, Safeguard Pest Control can help every company formulate exactly the right plan. We offer a fast and reliable service across the county of Wiltshire, for businesses and residential properties alike.
"Hello Safeguard, would you please pass on how pleased I was with the work done by the young man, James B, from your company. He was thorough, polite and left the balcony very clean. There are a lot of puzzled pigeons out there. Let's hope they never return. Thank you for arranging all this."Wendy White
"It’s not often have dealings with people who are so professional, approachable, understanding, have a sense of humour and who go above and beyond what is required of them. Not only did you deal with our resident in a caring and friendly manner, but even went out to buy this vulnerable resident food and a drink as they could see that he was clearly very emotional, distressed and had not eaten. Remarkable to go above and beyond and totally worth recognition and thanks, especially in today’s current climate where everyone is self-isolating."Maria Phillips