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Pest Problems and Diseases

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Pest Problems and Diseases

Find yourself stung or bitten by something, but unsure why it happened? These pests can be annoying and cause distress, especially when it happen repetitively. Let us help you with these and other problems such as identifying who is occupying your roof space!

Zika Virus Infections

Zika virus infection is a disease caused by Zika virus that is spread to people primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes mosquito. The most common symptoms of Zika virus infection are fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis (red eyes).

Dengue Fever

An infectious disease spread through Aedes mosquito bite. The symptoms range from sudden high fever, rashes to acute pain in the muscle. This can escalate to potentially life threatening disease, namely dengue haemorrhagic fever.

Pests that Bite

Insects such as fleas and bed bugs bite to feed on blood. It bites to inject saliva so that their blood flows without clotting. The saliva often causes irritation, skin redness and swelling. It can also result illness by transmitting disease.

Leptospirosis

A fatal disease that transmits Leptospira bacteria from infected animals' urine, particularly rats. The symptoms include high fever, vomiting and diarrhoea. One could even suffer from kidney failure, meningitis and even death if not treated.

Noise in the Roof Void

Noises of scurrying and scraping from the roof void is a sign that rodents or other wildlifes have taken up residence in your roof space. These pests can bring damage to your property from potential fire hazard to disease into your home.

Snake Bites

A bite from a venomous snake is extremely dangerous and can even be life threatening. Reaction to snake bite varies according to species, from instant swelling, dizziness to difficulty breathing.

Call us on 02 290 8500, 1800 225 226 (Toll-free number) or contact us online for advice or a free site inspection.

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