Pest Control 24-7 specialise in dealing with pest problems quickly and discreetly covering Dorset.
Moths are a common pest in the UK. Based in Dorset, Pest Control 24-7 have become one of the leading pest control company in the area.
We have successfully treated hundreds of infestations and now are the preferred pest control company for total moth control and eradication.
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Pest Control 24-7 Moth Control Service
Moths are well known for the tremendous damage they cause to fabrics and clothing. In the UK there are three main species which are responsible;
the clothes moth, the brown house moth and the white shouldered moth.
The clothes moth will tend to damage all clothes, while the brown house moth specialises in damage to animal-based textiles such as leather, wool and feathers. The White-shouldered house moth does not tend to damage fabrics. The larvae, or moth caterpillars, which are the main problem though, as they are the ones that make holes in fabrics as they eat and grow.
Pest Control 24-7 can offer different treatment methods depending on the size of moth infestation. An insecticide ULV fogging machine or smoke generator can be applied within each room whilst a residual insecticide spray may be applied around windows, ceilings, walls and carpets.
All treatments carried out adhere to COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Heath) Regulations 2002.
After treatment we can use moth monitoring traps which is an essential part of integrated pest management. Moth monitors are used to alert you to the presence of any new moth infestation entering your property. Most infestation begins from an adult moth flying in through open windows in the summer months.
Moths won't bite or cause direct harm to humans but they can indirectly cause rashes and allergies.
PEST CONTROL 24-7 OFFERS MOTH TREATMENT AND CONTROL ACROSS DORSET.
DORCHESTER, WEYMOUTH, POOLE AND BOURNEMOUTH.
WAREHAM, WIMBORNE, SWANAGE, WOOL, BERE REGIS, BLANDFORD AND ALL SURROUNDING AREAS.