Dragon Stop Pest Control treats all sorts of flying insects including wasps, hornets, moths, carpets beetles and flies. The methods we adopt are both efficient and thorough to ensure the pests are permanently eliminated. Each of our sessions begins with an in-depth survey of your property, this allows us to pinpoint problem areas and develop a plan to eliminate the pests. We only use non-toxic pesticides to ensure no harm to adults, children, or pets. Our pest control service includes fumigations, treatments, proofing, trapping and monitoring.
Wasp Removal – Keep safe, let the experts handle it!
Wasps are bees’ more aggressive, territorial, meaner cousins. They are capable of multiple stings and don't hold back when push comes to shove. A wasp would have no problem injecting you with venom multiple times.
Wasps are renown for their aggressive behaviour. In particular, disturbances to the nest can cause wasp attacks. Wasps can sting repeatedly and mark their victim with a chemical signal which in turn attracts other wasps. Not only are stings painful, it is well documented that 10% of victims can be allergic to wasp stings.
This poses a significant risk to health and safety, especially if stung around the mouth and throat.
For these important reasons, it is highly recommended to seek professional pest control advice and service.
House flies and other filth flies - Get rid of them!
Flies can regularly be found in homes and businesses across the UK. The house fly is the most common fly found in and around homes.
House flies are not only nuisance pests while buzzing around homes, but they are potential disease carriers. House flies have short lifespans, but they can quickly reproduce in large numbers, leading to large house fly populations if not identified and effectively controlled.
The house fly and other types of “filth flies” can become nuisance pests, but also are important for their potential to harm humans and animals. House flies, for example, can spread diseases such as food poisoning and dysentery.
An infestation in your property could potentially mean there is an underlying pest problem (rats, mice, squirrels etc).
Their attraction to dead or rotting flesh and faeces also means that flies have a propensity for spreading diseases, which of course can be detrimental to environmental health.