World Pest Day, or World Pest Awareness Day, was created to bring awareness to the adverse effects that pests can have on yourself, loved ones, workplace or business. It’s also a reminder of how professional and effective pest control can prevent your home from costly termite damage or other pest issues.
Businesses are not immune; a pest issue can not only cost a business money but their reputation. Flick has been providing safe and effective pest control services for over 100 years.
Seemingly innocent yet extremely dangerous pests have been plaguing families and homes for centuries. We strive to protect our communities, businesses and homes against the threat of pests by offering both residential and commercial pest solutions tailored to your site’s specific needs.
Our Pest Control solutions are safe, environmentally friendly, and non-toxic. Our new and innovative SMART Rodent Control uses data instead of poison to monitor the activity of rodents, is environmentally friendly and a more humane extermination method.
We treat common household pests such as ants, bed bugs, cockroaches, rodents, spiders, termites and more, some of which are known to carry diseases. We even offer a range of bird control solutions for businesses with problem birds such as pigeons.
Now is the right time to call out your local Flick-man to solve your pest problems. Give us a call on + 0800 710 010 to book your inspection today.
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