Have you noticed irritating bite marks? Or have you discovered a bees or wasps nest in or outside your property? Then it’s time to call TDC Pest Control, as one of the top pest control companies in Norfolk, they will ensure your pest problem is resolved quickly and efficiently.
TDC Pest Control, have been established in Norfolk for over ten years, and during that time have developed a reputation for excellence in pest control management. TDC Pest Control use locally based Norfolk pest controllers, to cover Wymondham and in and around the Norfolk postcode, ensuring that there is always an available qualified pest controller to resolve your pest problem.
Every member of the TDC Pest Control team, is fully certified and highly skilled in all methods of fumigation, poison and insecticide handling as well as extermination. If you have a pest problem that needs a professional, then call TDC Pest Control now on: 01449609295
Providing a high quality service at competitive rates, we are available via our dedicated hotline day or night, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year*. We understand that when an infestation takes hold in your home, it can be unbearable. That is why if you have an emergency pest crisis, our experienced controllers can be with you within 30-90* minutes.
TDC Pest Control specialise in all types of pest management, some of which include:
Species of bees that are subject to pest control
There are three different species of bees that may cause customers to contact us:
Why is it necessary to wait at least 24 hours after discovering a bees or wasps nest to have it treated?
It is normally suggested that the customer should wait at least 24 hours before contacting a pest controller about a bees or wasps nest as generally they tend to move on during this time period. If they are still prominent after 24 hours, then it is suggested that the customer contacts the British Bee Keeping Association first, and then a pest controller after this.
Are wasps nests dangerous?
The wasps nest itself is not dangerous, however, if a wasp feels that its nest may be under threat, they will more than likely to try and warn you off by stinging you. It is suggested that if you do come into contact with a wasp, you should never try and harm them, especially if you are allergic to a wasps sting, as the results could be fatal. The temper of the wasp nest is determined by the queen. If she is particularly aggressive, this behaviour will be passed onto her offspring and the entire nest in turn will become very aggressive and will sting any ‘intruder’ multiple times if needed, simply to protect their nest.
What are bed bugs and what do they do?
Bed bugs are small, oval parasites that feed on human blood. Aptly named, bed bugs live around the seams of mattresses and headboards. However, these pests can also live in small, dark spaces; this includes the back of furniture, a chest of drawers and even a crack in the wall. The reddish-brown insect measures at around 5mm in length and can leave bites all over the body, in which can cause great irritation, escalating when scratched.
Three signs you may have a bed bug infestation
1.Bites. Are you regularly finding yourself covered with small, red marks? If they swell or itch when scratched, and resemble a small row (as opposed to bites in numerous places), it is likely you have a bed bug infestation, as bed bugs feed on sedentary humans.
2.Checking your mattress and headboard. It is important to check your mattress thoroughly for signs of both the small, black bugs and their eggs. Equally, there could be signs of bed bugs on both your headboard and bed frames. Bed bugs often leave behind small, black traces that can be identified as faeces.
TDC Pest Fact: Bed bugs can go without feeding for 20 to 400 days, depending on temperature and humidity.
When is the best time to treat bed bugs?
Ideally, a bed bug infestation should be treated in the morning. This is because it is more likely that the insecticide will settle, as well as minimising any risk of inhalation of the spray.
What are carpet beetles and what do they do?
The carpet beetle consists of two life forms in which are both subject to pest control, the adult beetle and the larvae. They are both a major pest of textiles, living within the felt of the carpet, often eating back into the underlay.
If you have a bed bug infestation, or are suffering from a bees or wasps nest, please call TDC Pest Control today on 01449609295 for your pest problem to be eradicated quickly and efficiently.