Which pests?

Bed Bugs

Bedbugs live close to their host hiding in cracks and crevices around the bed. They emerge at night to take a blood feed from the person sleeping there. A female bed bug is able to lay two hundred eggs in her life time and as the young bed bugs hatch out they immediately seek a blood feed.

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Wasps

Wasp nests begin in early spring when the queen wasp emerges from her winter hibernation. She builds a small nest about the size of a golf ball where she lays 6 eggs in individual chambers.

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Squirrels

Grey squirrels are a non-native species introduced from North America in the early 20th Century.

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Rats

Intelligent Pest Control offer a prompt and effective pest control service for rats in Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, Northampton and all surrounding areas.

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Feral Pigeons

Feral Pigeons live in our towns and cities and scavenge on food scraps left behind by people. Pigeon droppings are unsightly and corrosive to buildings and a build up can harbours infestations of flying and biting insects.

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Moles

Moles tend to be more active between autumn and spring when mole hills can be seen popping up in gardens and parkland. Young moles are born in early summer and are ready to venture out to find their own territory by late summer.

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Other pests

We also offer a prompt and effective pest control service for foxes, rabbits, birds, beetles, moths, flies, crickets and other pests

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Cluster Flies

Intelligent Pest Control offer a prompt and effective pest control service for cluster flies in Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, Northampton and all surrounding areas.

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Cockroaches

The German cockroach produces more eggs and more offspring per year than any other cockroach, and only a few are needed to develop into a sizeable infestation…

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Fleas

A flea’s lifecycle can take up to two years to complete. A single female may produce 800-1000 eggs during her lifetime laying eggs in batches of four to eight after each blood meal…

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Garden Ants

Black ants usually nest outdoors close to buildings and prefer to feed on sugary foods. They will often cause distress to people when their foraging takes them into homes and offices. In ideal conditions a queen ant is capable of living up to 12 years.

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Mice

Mice are very good at adapting to suite their surroundings and considered to be a major pest as they spoil large amounts of stored food and spread disease. A female mouse can have as many as eight litters per year with up to 16 young at a time.

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