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Pre-Treatment

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To ensure a successful program of eradication to the target pest, the following measures must be completed by the customer, prior to your technician arriving at the location on the day of the treatment

Your techinican will talk you through the procedure on the day of the survey.
Bed bug's

 

Beds must be stripped of all bedding.

 

All cupboards and units to be emptied.

 

Floor must be clear of items.

 

Cover up fish tanks.

 

Pets MUST be out of the property and

should not return until the treated areas are dry.

 

Disassemble bed frames for inspection and treatment. (If possible)

 

Remove all items from walls.

 

Take down the curtains (If possible)

 

DO NOT HOOVER for 2 weeks after the treatment has been carried out.

 

Bag everything up in bin bags & seal.

 

Pull away units and furniture as much

as possible from the skirting board.

 

Wash all clothes & bedding at 60c+

 

Sleep back in your bed when dry.

 

Our technician will inform you on the procedures on the day of the survey.

Fleas & Moths/Carpet beetles

All floors being treated MUST be clear

and no items left around.

 

Please make sure the skirting boards are accessible. (as much as possible)

 

Unplug all appliances.

 

Hoover before treatment and throw

away the hoover bag.

 

Cover up fish tanks.

 

Pets MUST be out of the property and

should not return until the treated areas are dry.

 

DO NOT HOOVER for 2 weeks after the treatment has been carried out.

Cockroaches

As much as possible clean the affected

areas for rotten food,grime,grease, etc.

 

Do not touch bait stations or gell left

at your property.

 

Keep affected areas clean as possible,

whilst in treatment stages.

 

Do not leave used/dirty cooking pans

or cutlery out over night. (If in the kitchen)

 

 

For rodents being treated outside

Feeding the birds may impact on the

efficacy of the baited areas.