Dust Mites In Penrith

Dust Mites are a cosmopolitan group of arthropods that refer to a number of species which are normally found in the home. The most common species in Penrith is Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus from the family Pyroglyphidae. Dust mites live in the fine layer of minute dust particles that continually settles on household items. They are found

Termites in Campbelltown

Termites are a serious pest in Campbelltown and Australia wide, causing damage that costs hundreds of millions of dollars to repair every year. Worryingly termite damage is not covered by your home insurance, and infestations can be difficult to detect before it is too late. Termites & white ants can travel one hundred metres or

Rodents and Rodent Control in Penrith

Rodents can damage buildings, contaminate food, and transmit diseases to people. They’re also adaptable, capable of learning by trial and error.   Introduced rat species to the Penrith area can carry the potentially fatal lung worm and excrete the parasite larvae through the faeces, the parasites can then infect snails and slugs,   Where there is

Warm humid night, what’s that swarming under the light?

All the year’s hard work has been in preparation for this day, the colony is a hive of activity and everybody joins in the procession, as the young royal family, the “Alates”, the future kings and queens make their way through the colony to undertake the colonising flight. Each year this ritual plays out simultaneously

Termite Inspections – Why do I need one?

Termite Inspections: What are they? According to the CSIRO 1 in 4 Australian homes will get termites or white ants.   So if you don’t have termites at the moment, chances are one of your neighbours does. And millions of timber-munching termites could soon be marching your way.  Our Termite inspections can be the difference between

Swooping season has begun as magpies protect their young

Swooping season has begun as magpies protect their young Magpies are very protective parents and will swoop anything the see as a potential intruder.   The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is reminding people that it’s the time of the year when there is an increased risk of swooping magpies.  The NPWS receives many

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