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Our Cambridgeshire bird proof services, including spikes and netting, are second to none. Our trained pest controllers provide expert solutions to any bird pests such as pigeons in the local Cambridgeshire area.

Bird netting will help deter any bird pests from reaching your fruits and vegetables. Bird netting may also be used to protect fisheries and fish wildlife reserves from predator birds. Our Cambridgeshire bird control experts can install this bird proofing device with the minimum of disruption.

The installation of bird spikes in Cambridgeshire will help prevent the irreversible damage caused to your roof, windowsill or building in general. We supply and install a range of bird spikes for any type of property in Cambridgeshire. This method of bird control is approved by the RSPB and PICAS.

Whatever the problem our local Cambridgeshire pest controllers are able to provide a fast response and efficient solution.

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Cambridgeshire Pest Control Testimonials

Customer Name: Anthony N. Fegent.
On the 11th of July Paul Cowper attended Sutton House. I would like you to know how impressed I was by his competence, his speed of work and by the interest he displayed during the time it took. Mr Cowper struck me as an excellent operator and a great asset to your organisation. Seldom, it seems these days; I have the opportunity to commend the effort of others.

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Example Of Our Pest Services

Wasps
The common wasps are 12-20mm in size and have the characteristic yellow and black colouration on their head, thorax and abdomen. The queen wasp will emerge from hibernation in the spring and establish a new nest in one of a variety of places, from the Eaves of buildings, to holes in the ground. The nest may become well established through the year and may have up to 3000 workers at it's peak.

At the end of the year the queens produced will leave to over-winter, and the nest and workers will die off. The original nest will never be used again as it dries up and becomes unusable. If left untreated, the queen wasps will emerge in late autumn and possibly over winter in the immediate location that will increase the possibility of a nest the following year.

Wasps are natural and sometimes useful garden predators; they keep the populations of pests such as spiders, ants and other small insects down. However, they sometimes invade human habitats, and pest control is usually called in then.

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