We operate a rat control service within Bath and surrounding areas, such as Milton Keynes, and have been doing so for the last 15 years. We are fully qualified to deal with all of your pest control needs – whatever they may be. Our team is on hand and ready to help you with everything pest control – from infestation prevention, to dealing with a current infestation.
We operate across the West Midlands, as well as nearby counties – such as Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
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Bath is home to a wide range of pests. Below is a list of some of the most prevalent pests in Bath, and a bit more information about the implication of each type of vermin.
Rats can transfer infectious diseases to humans, a process called zoonosis. Some of these diseases are:
Rat control requires various aspects to be taken into account in order to solve the problem. The entire situation must be assessed to effectively combat rats. Aspects taken into account include: shelter locations, food availability, structural aspects and possible combatting options. Our incorporate all of these aspects into their prevention and control strategy to ensure results.
A wasp’s nest in your home or garden often causes severe hindrance. Wasp’s nests are mostly noted during the summer. A single wasp’s nest may contain thousands of wasps which become highly aggressive when they perceive an attack on or threat to their nest. Wasp stings are very painful and may even lead to an anaphylactic shock for allergic individuals. The experts at EWS Pest Control can help you to remove the wasp’s nest and prevent further hindrance.
The presence of mice in or around your house may lead to a sense of uneasiness or even fear. EWS Pest Control helps you to repel and combat mice.
A downside of increased environmental measures, is that the areas where pests and rodents live, such as ponds and public green space, are cleaner and less threatening for the health of these animals. This enables them to reproduce better and more quickly and adapt to human behaviour even better.