Wessex Pest Control Commercial Contracts
Pests have the potential to contaminate the workplace, spread disease, damage products, foodstuffs and property, and even ruin your reputation leading to loss of business and even prosecution.
If you have a pest problem. It's essential that you put the right provisions in place to protect you and your customers and prevent contamination and disease.
Insects, rodents and birds can easily contaminate food, operational equipment and work surfaces. spreading disease and giving rise to ‘foreign body’ complaints.
Safeguard your investment
Rodents cause a wide range of damage due to their gnawing habits which can cause damage to property - even fires if electric cables are attacked. Rodents will also eat a wide range of foodstuffs and can damage or contaminate many tonnes of product
Foodstuffs can be decimated by insects, with consignments being rejected and finished goods recalled if insect contamination is present. Insects can block production machinery, and the downtime caused by the presence of insects in a food related site can be long and costly. Animal feeds can also be heavily damaged by insects
Protect your reputation.
Prevent prosecutions and fines for pest-infested premises.
The loss of consumer confidence may ultimately force closure
Meet your legal requirements. Health and Safety at Work. Food Safety Act 1990 and The Food Hygiene (England).
Meet your ‘due diligence’ requirements.
Wessex Pest Control can carry out Commercial Pest Control .We can tailor our contracts to suit our clients. We can provide up to BRC standard where required. References are available if required. Full British Pest control association (BPCA) Members. We provide contracts for Restaurants, Pubs, Warehouses, Food producers, farms and even some larger private houses. Call us for a free survey and quote.
Wasp nest in Romsey Hampshire treated by Wessex Pest Control
We have just started treating this years wasps. Shoud you have any wasp problem give us a call
We are getting alot of calls for Rat and Mouse problem both domestic and commercial. For advice and help. give us a call
It's a new season for wasp. Any problems with wasps give us at Wessex pest a call.
When it comes to wasps it's all about the queen. She establishes colonies and lays the eggs. At the end of summer a nest can contain up to 5,000 wasps on average. If it has been a particularly hot summer this number can increase to around 10,000.
Usually the young queens come out of hibernation when the weather starts getting warmer. If the weather continues to stay fine they build a nest and lay their eggs. The first larvae they lay become sterile female workers who take over the hunting and feeding duties for the growing colony. The queen then restricts her activities to egg production.
Towards the end of the summer, she is at her peak and begins producing the next generation of queen wasps and males or drones. When these mature they leave the nest to mate with wasps from other colonies. As the weather cools, the male wasps die and the mated queens go into hibernation to get ready for building a new nest the following spring.
Wessex Pest Control Limited carry out Pigeon proofing and debris clearances through out central southern England. Just call us for a free quote. Here are some pictures of a job we did in Romsey for a Property Mananagement company.
We are starting to be called out for cluster fly activity in lofts of homes and roof voids of commercial & Domestic properties. Wessex Pest Control carry out insecticidal misting treatment or supply electric fly killers to resolve this issue.
The cluster flies are the genusPollenia in the Blowflyfamily Calliphoridae. Unlike more familiar blowflies such as the bluebottle genus Phormia, they do not present a health hazard because they do not lay eggs in human food. They are strictly parasitic on earthworms; the females lay their eggs near earthworm burrows, and the larvae then infest the worms. However, the flies are a nuisance because when the adults emerge in the late summer or autumn they enter houses to hibernate, often in large numbers; they are difficult to eradicate because they favour inaccessible spaces such as roof and wall cavities. They are often seen on windows of little-used rooms. They are also sometimes known as attic flies.
The typical cluster fly Pollenia rudis is about 7 mm long and can be recognised by distinct lines or stripes behind the head, short golden-coloured hairs on the thorax, and irregular light and dark gray areas on the abdomen. Cluster flies are typically slow moving.
Wessex pest Control carry out many Mole trapping treatments for gardens big and small. Sometimes we catch 2 moles in one trap. These Moles were caught in the New Forest.
We have recently carried out many treatments for Bed Bugs in Bournemouth, Southampton and Portsmouth. No one seems to be immune to this pest,. We have treated Hotels, Let properties and domestic dwellings. If you think you may have a problem please give us a call or drop us an email.