Pest Controllers Fight: What You Should Know

Pest controllers fight against pests in living rooms, but also in basements, attics, garages, or in gardens. They are also called exterminators. Not only when pests cavort in supplies or clothes, but the pest controller can also help. It can also drive away annoying animals, such as pigeons, whose droppings pollute our homes.

Pest controllers are trained and recognized professionals. They work with different poisons. Some of these are also dangerous for humans, so they must be used professionally and with caution. However, traps and beneficial insects are also used. Pest control is called biological if it uses natural resources, for example, the predators of the pests.

There are also special sprays against flies, cockroaches or cockroaches, fleas, lice, bed bugs, moths, ants, mosquitoes, woodlice, silverfish, ticks, and mites. You can often catch such animals with traps. These are mostly sticky ribbons or plates to which the animals stick. They are attracted by the scent.

The pest controller catches mice and rats with the good old mousetrap. You can also use them yourself. At best, the pest controller must use special poisoned bait to eradicate the pests in the house.

The longhorn is a beetle that eats through the wood of roof structures and can cause them to collapse. It is often incorrectly called the wooden goat. Pest controllers usually use pesticides to combat them. But there are also specialized companies that heat up a roof truss so much that it just doesn’t catch fire. However, the heat is enough to kill any pests.

The pest controller also knows many measures how to keep pigeons away from houses. He can also help with problems with martens or dormice. He can also remove wasp nests in places where they are a nuisance.

Mary Allen

Written by Mary Allen

Hello, I'm Mary! I've cared for many pet species including dogs, cats, guinea pigs, fish, and bearded dragons. I also have ten pets of my own currently. I've written many topics in this space including how-tos, informational articles, care guides, breed guides, and more.

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