Rat Pest Control

Rodent Control One-On-One: What You Need to Know

For years, Sydney has battled rodent invasions, especially during the cold winter days. Mice and rats have always been a common problem in New South Wales, and recent lockdowns and rise in construction projects have contributed to increased rodent sightings.  Prolonged restaurant closures, as well as demolition and building, work across Sydney and surrounding areas

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The Australian cockroach – an Australian pest

The Australian Cockroach Appearance: The Australian cockroach is a common species of tropical cockroach, with a length of 23–35 mm. It is brown overall, with the tegmina having a conspicuous lateral pale stripe or margin, and the pronotum with a sharply contrasting pale or yellow margin. Habitat: The Australian cockroach is one of several species

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Termite chemical barrier

Termite Chemical Barrier Termite infestations, especially those left undetected, can cause significant amounts of structural damage which often results in costly repair bills. This is why, it’s absolutely vital that property owners take every means possible to protect their homes and businesses from being affected. One of the most effective preventative treatments is what’s known

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Daddy long legs

The Daddy Long Legs Introduction: The cosmopolitan Daddy-long-legs spider belongs to a group known as tangle-web spider. Identification: Daddy-long-legs spiders are easily recognised by their extremely long, skinny legs and small body. They are cream to pale brown. Some species have darker markings on their legs and abdomen. Habitat: Daddy-long-legs are found in most urban

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