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The sudden increase in temperature and sunshine has meant an explosion of blossom and noticeable increase in bees going about their work.
There has also been a worrying surge in calls to pest controllers from people confusing bees with wasps and asking for treatment.
The lockdown has resulted in an increase in calls from residential premises to a London pest control company as people are spotting furry intruders and insects that would often go unnoticed.
Managing Director Paul Bates of Cleankill Pest Control says the mental health implications of having an infestation during lockdown when you can’t leave your home can be quite serious for some.
Cleankill Pest Control are pleased to announce they are Keynote Speaker Sponsors at the Mid Sussex Business Expo on 19 September 2019.
A flock of seagulls that was pestering mourners at Eastbourne crematorium has been brought under control using hawks.
The hawks are specially trained to scatter and scare the gulls away without harming them.
Eastbourne Borough Council contacted Cleankill Pest Control to help stop mourners being dive-bombed as they left the chapel.
Councillor Margaret Bannister, portfolio holder for bereavement services, said: “Staff at the crematorium were becoming aware of the problems that the seagulls were causing to people attending services or visiting the grounds.
When it comes to conserving heritage, Cleankill has the knowledge, expertise and equipment to treat historic artefacts carefully, sensitively and effectively. So we were delighted to help the Bluebell Railway team when they called us to solve a serious infestation of Common Clothes Moth (Tineola bisselliella).
Cleankill Pest Control was called to Blueberry PR’s offices in a Grade II listed farmhouse in rural Sussex after staff reported seeing large wasp-like insects entering the property via the fireplace. These wasp-like creatures were accessing the chimney through tiny gaps in the brickwork. The problem became so bad, it forced staff to vacate the offices.