Crawling Insects
such as cockroaches, carry a range of serious diseases including salmonella, dysentery, gastroenteritis and typhoid. The risk is particularly high in homes with children, the elderly or those fighting illnesses. Cockroach droppings also cause eczema and asthma. To learn more about various crawling insects and their identification please click on to one of the links below. 
Oriental Cockroach
German Cockroach
American Cockroach
Black Ants
Fleas
Pharaohs Ants
Mammals
Properly identifying the pests that are invading your property is critical to developing the solution for getting rid of them. The methods we use to deal with pests depend on each individual situation. To learn more about various mammal species and their identification please click on to one of the links below. 
Brown Rat
Black Rat
Mice
Squirrel
Moles
Feral Cats
Rabbits
Flying Insects
There are many types of flying insects, each classified by their characteristic features. Some of the commonly observed flying insects are beetles, bugs, moths, flies and wasps. To learn more about various flying insects and their identification please click on to one of the links below. 
Mosquito
House Fly
Lesser House Fly
Wasp
Birds
Many Birds, especially pigeons, gulls, sparrows and starlings, can often be a nuisance for businesses and home owners. Droppings, feathers and eggs can damage your property and nests can clog pipes and vents. What s more pigeons have been linked to as many as sixty diseases including histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis and toxoplasmosis. To learn more about various bird species and their identification please click on to one of the links below. 
Pigeons
Gulls
Starlings
Sparrows
Storage Insects
Stored product insects are any insects which infest stored food, whether in the raw material state or processed. There are a large number of species of stored product insects, most of which are capable of living on a wide variety of foodstuffs, but some can be more specific - for example grain weevils, which live on whole cereals. To learn more about various stored product insects and their identification please click on to one of the links below. 
Storage Insects