Vale Pest Control Cardiff
Pest Control Cardiff can be contacted on 02920 552243.
Specialising in most aspects of pest control in Cardiff area and surrounding towns, we are ready to resolve any pest problem you have.
We deal with all pest control in Cardiff and are a local business : not a franchise or call centre.
Mouse infestation in Cardiff ~ one mouse or a 100 mice call for Cardiff mouse control
Rat infestation in Cardiff ~ no one likes a rat, especially not in the home or garden
Squirrel problem in Cardiff ~ Grey squirrel pest control in Cardiff, ** Experts **
Mole Control Cardiff ~ Cardiff mole catcher, ready to remove moles and mole hills
Wasp Nest Removal Cardiff ~ Cardiff pest control for wasp nest removal in Cardiff
Flea infestation in Cardiff ~ Flea pest control for Cardiff, cat fleas in Cardiff, dog fleas in Cardiff
BedBug infestation ~ Bedbug pest control in Cardiff, bedbug infestation control in Cardiff
Ant Pest Control Cardiff ~ Ant removal by local Cardiff pest control business
Roach Infestation Cardiff ~ Cockroach infestation, pest control Cardiff business
Rabbit Control Cardiff ~
Mink Control Cardiff, Wales ~
This page is written mainly for the benefit of search directories but we are a local PEST CONTROL CARDIFF based business.
For local CARDIFF PEST CONTROL CARDIFF call 02920 552243
Insect Pest Control Cardiff
We wanted to explain how we go about using sprayable insecticides.
Its important to remember that most chemical based insecticides are nerve agents, and as such we need to be very wary of when and how we use them.
Usually when using an insecticide spray we will usually use an active ingredient that is either carbamate or pyrethrine based and with this we often use an Insect Growth Regulator (IGR) dependent upon the insect control treatment.
The Insect Growth regulator Methoprene is a juvenile hormone. Methoprene is an amber-colored liquid with a faint fruity odor which is essentially nontoxic to humans when ingested or inhaled. It is used in drinking water cisterns to control mosquitoes which spread dengue fever and malaria. It does not kill adult insects. Instead, it acts as a growth regulator, mimicking natural juvenile hormone of insects. Juvenile hormone must be absent for a pupa to molt to an adult, so methoprene treated larvae will be unable to successfully change from a pupa to the adult insect. This breaks the biological life cycle of the insect preventing recurring infestation. “Methoprene is used in the production of a number of foods including meat, milk, mushrooms, peanuts, rice and cereals. It also has several uses on domestic animals (pets) for controlling fleas. Methoprene is considered a biochemical pesticide because rather than controlling target pests through direct toxicity, methoprene interferes with an insect’s life cycle and prevents it from reaching maturity or reproducing.
Much more to follow so email if you want more and its not up.