Spring renovations may uncover something that you hadn’t expected, pests.

Pest control Hampshire and Wiltshire experts are kept extremely busy in the spring when pests awaken, breed and run rampant around a formerly quiet space in your property.

If you are converting a loft in to an additional bedroom you might locate lodgers that you didn’t know had overwintered in your cosy corner space. Perhaps there’s some woodworm in the joists?

If you’re knocking out a fireplace and chimney, you might just be disturbing rodents who were having fun there. Their deluxe rodent pied-a-terre may be razed to the ground but they could still live on your property, they have the cavity walls as a travel network.

If your basement storage area hasn’t been cleared for a month or more then you could find a nice little nest which probably won’t delight you. You thought a couple of shelves were required, now it’s turning into a larger job.

Who are your most likely spring guests?

  • Rats.
  • Mice.
  • Ants.
  • Bees.
  • Flies
  • Moles
  • Woodworm

Where you’ll find them:

  • Air vents.
  • Attics
  • Roof spaces.
  • Cavity walls.
  • Bathrooms
  • Kitchens
  • Windows
  • Gardens
  • Bins
  • Any quiet warm space with easy access to food.


Whether you’re at home or in a business premises your first instinct may be to scream and run away from the pest who, despite scary stories to the contrary, could be as stressed at seeing you as you are at their appearance.

When your pulse and heartbeat have restored themselves to a normal level you should find pragmatism a little easier.

If you’re renovating, you are likely to find hidden guests but that does not mean you are a bad housekeeper or that your cleaner is slacking.

There is no need to feel embarrassed or throw yourself, mortified, off a flat roof. Pests must make their homes somewhere and sometimes that’s going to be in your home or business premises.

Call in an established pest control Hampshire and Wiltshire specialist like Pest Control Berkshire so that they can assess the situation. Pest control companies are quick to respond, they appreciate that you may not want to watch TV with the Mouse family.

The approach taken by Hampshire and Wiltshire wasp removal firms is different to their one for rodent removal. Killing is not always the answer, relocation can work wonderfully and it enhances the ecosystem.

Hampshire and Wiltshire wasp removal is a relocation job. The wasps are made dozy and the nest is taken to a much more suitable spot for them and your comfort. The same applies to bees.

Rats and mice are intelligent so Wiltshire and Hampshire rodent removal experts must outwit them. There are super-rats that can gorge themselves on poisons without suffering ill effects. Eradicating rats or mice takes expertise and professional experience.

Often DIY over the counter treatments don’t work so your best option is to save time and stress by hiring professionals at the earliest opportunity.

Contact them now to solve your problem.