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Mice infestations are not only a health danger but also cause damage to Stevenage properties. A mouse deterrent or mouse prevention methods will ensure that these dangers never arise. Our pest experts are able to provide this service to ensure you never experience mice pests by analysing your Stevenage domestic or commercial property for the best solutions.

If however the problem has already arisen our Stevenage mouse control team can be with you that same day to eliminate or remove the mice pests humanely. With an express local Stevenage pest controller you are guaranteed a service that is second to none.

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Stevenage Pest Control Testimonials

Customer Name: Mrs R Larkin.
I had reason to call and use your company on Tuesday 07/12/2010, your engineer by the name of Mr G. Lilloy came to my property. I would like to commend this engineer who painstakingly worked well above and beyond his call of duty. Would you please pass on my commendation to him and although i had let him know how much i appreciated his work at the time, I would like it to be made official. An excellent and competant engineer.

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Example Of Our Pest Services

Cockroaches
Cockroaches come in two varieties; German & Oriental. The most commonly encountered are the German cockroach, which are typically around 12mm long and yellowish brown. The Oriental cockroach is around 20-24mm long, and these are either dark brown or mostly black. Oriental cockroaches are commonly found in terraced houses, living and travelling between them using the foundations and house structure as their habitats.

They usually live for a year, and they feed on leftover food, although they can live for up to 3 months without food or water.

Cockroaches are gregarious and nocturnal, spending the day hiding in cracks and crevices around such areas as sinks, drains, cookers and the backs of cupboards, and in refrigeration units. Infestations may be introduced as egg cases or adults in crates or packaging, furniture, laundry or raw materials. They may possibly enter through drains or refuse chutes.

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