Number One Pest Control, Wasp Control, Bee Control, Rat Control, Mouse Control, Pigeon, Fox, Squirrel, Pest Control

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Number One Pest control is based in west sussex. When you choose Number One Pest Control we can garuntee 100% Customer Satisfaction. We can go anywhere: Your House, Your Garden, Golf club, farms, football pitches and many more places. So you know, no matter what your problem Number One Pest Control can almost definitley get the job done! We use the best products available to the pest control world so you know you are getting the best service for your money! So choose Number One Pest Control for any problems in West Sussex, East Sussex and Surrey.
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Number 1 Pest Control wasps


* wasps are commonly found in the UK. If you find a wasp nest please contact Number 1 Pest Control To deal with your wasp problem.
* The queens hibernate during the winter, in buildings or under the bark of trees.
* In spring the queens look for nesting sites such a hole in the ground, a hollow tree or in spaces within the eaves of a building, lofts, attics and garden sheds, etc. Call Number 1 Pest Control to deal with your pest control problem no matter where your wasp nest is.
* The queen will build her nest with a papery material that she makes by chewing small pieces of wood mixed with saliva.
* In the nest she will raise a few workers and these will start to enlarge the nest and help to rear the next generation of wasps. Nest construction starts in earnest in June and will usually reach it's maximum in size in September.
* Worker wasps will look for food up to 400 metres from the nest. Workers feed mainly on sugary materials such as nectar.
* The size of wasps colonies will vary from year to year, but at its maximum nests may contain between 5 - 10,000 wasps. Regardless of the size get Number 1 Pest Control to deal with your pest control problem
* In the Autumn, the young queens mate and leave the nest to hibernate.

Any problems regarding wasp control or pest control in West Sussex, East Sussex or Surrey please contact us and we will carry out our professional service to help you.

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Number 1 Pest Control Bees

* bees are commonly found in the UK. Bees are one of our most experianced areas so get Number 1 Pest Control to deal with your bee control problem.

* The queens hibernate during the winter, in buildings or under the bark of trees.

* In spring the queens look for nesting sites such a hole in the ground, a hollow tree or in spaces within the eaves of a building, lofts, attics and garden sheds, etc.

* The queen will build her nest with a papery material that she makes by chewing small pieces of wood mixed with saliva.

* In the nest she will raise a few workers and these will start to enlarge the nest and help to rear the next generation of bees. Nest construction starts in earnest in June and will usually reach it's maximum in size in September.

* Worker bees will look for food up to 400 metres from the nest. Workers feed mainly on sugary materials such as nectar.

* The size of bees colonies will vary from year to year, but at its maximum nests may contain between 5 - 10,000 wasps. Number 1 Pest Control deals with any wasp nest regardless of the size or location so contact us to get rid of your pest control problem

Bees are robust-bodied and very hairy compared with wasps. Their hind legs are flattened for collecting and transporting pollen. Bees are important pollinators. Honey bees are responsible for more than 80% of the pollination required by most fruits, legumes, and vegetable seed plants as well as many ornamentals that are grown in our landscapes. Bees may be harming your crops so call Number 1 Pest Control to deal with your pest control problem.

They seldom, if ever, are a nuisance in summer or early fall. Wild colonies can be treated with the same insecticides and methods as described for exposed or concealed wasp nests.Some bees nest in chimneys Combs inside buildings should be removed and destroyed to avoid problems with honey-stained damage to walls and secondary pest problems, such as carpet beetles, and attracting bee swarms in the future. Never use honey or wax from colonies that have been treated with an insecticide. Control of honey bee nests can be challenging. Consider hiring an experienced pest control service if a honey bee job appears too difficult. Bumble bee nests When a bumble bee nest is a nuisance, treat it with the same insecticides and methods as described for ground-nesting or concealed wasp nests. Ground-nesting bee pest control Withyham, East Sussex pest control, TN7,Hever, Kent, TN8.High Brooms, Kent, TN4,Charlwood, Surrey, RH6,Horley, Surrey pest cotrol, RH6 Reigate, Surrey, RH2,Turners Hill, Surrey, RH10,Warlingham, Surrey, CR6,Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 ,Crawley Pest control, West Sussex, RH11 Crawley Down, West Sussex, RH10 ,East Grinstead, West Sussex, RH9,Gatwick, West Sussex, RH6 Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16,Caterham, Surrey, CR3,Chipstead, Surrey, CR5,Dorking, Surrey, RH4,Godstone, Surrey, RH9,Horsham, Surrey, RH12,Lingfield, Surrey, RH7 Oxted, Surrey, RH8,Redhill pest control, Surrey, RH1,Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1,Ashurst, Kent pest control, TN3,Holtye Common, East Sussex pest control, TN8 There are other types of bees you may encounter that do not form colonies. Solitary andrenid bees are common ground-nesting bees. They are also important pollinators of native plants. They usually nest in sun-exposed, dry areas of yards. Although there is just one bee per nest, many of these bees typically nest close to each other. They are usually most conspicuous to the public during spring. Although many ground-nesting bees may be found flying around their nests in the spring, they are gentle and very rarely sting people. Sprinkling the area of their nests with water may be enough to encourage them to move as they avoid damp areas. The same insecticides that control ground-nesting yellowjackets and bumble bees are effective against andrenid bees.

* In the Autumn, the young queens mate and leave the nest to hibernate.

Any problems regarding bee pest control in West Sussex, East Sussex or Surrey please contact us and we will carry out our professional service to help you.

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Number 1 Pest Control Rats


The house rat (mus domesticus) is the most common species found in London. As it is so common it is one of Number 1 Pest Controls Most experianced pest control field. Sometimes field rats also enter houses in the late autumn when conditions get colder. So call Number 1 Pest Control is you are getting botherd by rat problems and we can attend your pest control problem immediatly. The adult rat weighs less than 25 grams and has brown to grey fur on its back and grey to white underneath; it has large ears in relation to its body and small feet. Its tail is thin and the same length as its body. Regardless of rat size, call Number 1 Pest Control to attend your pest control problem.
Where and how do rats live?

Although mainly rats are house visitors, nesting under floors, and within wall cavities, rats may live outdoors for all or part of the year. Rats are more active at night. rats are good climbers and can squeeze through gaps as small as 6mm. This means rats can quite easily enter our homes. rats need less water than rats, rats can usually find enough moisture from their food. No Matter where you find your rat call Number 1 Pest Control to attent to your pest control control problem.

Any problems regarding rat pest control problems in West Sussex, East Sussex or Surrey please contact us and we will carry out our professional service to help you.

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Number 1 Pest Control Mice


The house mouse (mus domesticus) is the most common species found in London. Sometimes field mice also enter houses in the late autumn when conditions get colder. So if you find a mouse inside your house call Number 1 Pest Control to get rid of your mouse pest control problem. The adult mouse weighs less than 25 grams and has brown to grey fur on its back and grey to white underneath; it has large ears in relation to its body and small feet. Its tail is thin and the same length as its body. Size does not matter to Number 1 Pest Control, call us to get rid of your pest control problem.

Any problems regarding mice pest control in West Sussex, East Sussex or Surrey please contact us and we will carry out our professional service to help you.

Number 1 Pest Control Squirrel


The grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) is an animal that originally came from North-East America, and was first recorded in this country in the 1820s although they were not released in the wild until 1876. The grey squirrel has been around many years and Number 1 Pest Control has years of experiance with pest control squirrels so call Number 1 Pest Control to attend to your squirrel problem.

Length of the head and body of the squirrel are 25cm with the tail adding an additional 20cm. They moult twice a year. The winter coat is grey, with a yellowish brown mid dorsal stripe.In summer, the coat takes on a more reddish tinge especially on the sides.The tail is grey and has lighter colour tinges. Call or Email Number 1 Pest Control is you are being botherd by a pest control problem

Any problems regarding squirrel control problem in West Sussex, East Sussex or Surrey please contact us and we will carry out our professional service to help you.

 

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Number 1 Pest Control Pigeons


Feral pigeons (Columbia livia) are about 33cm in length and weigh up to 560g with an average of about 350g. Their plumage can vary considerably, through blue-grey, various 'blues' and 'reds' to chequered types and almost pure black. Most types have double black wing bars

Feral pigeons are found worldwide and throughout Britain, mainly in urban environments, where they depend largely on man for their food supply.

Any problems regarding pest control pigeon problems in West Sussex, East Sussex or Surrey please contact us and we will carry out our professional service to help you.

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Number 1 Pest Control Foxes


Number 1 pest control can deal with fox related problems. We can provide advice and may be able to give more specific information about controlling your problem.

We can use cage traps with bait to catch and remove the foxes from your property and in some cases if safe to do so shoot them when the fox comes for bait that number 1 pest control has left out.

In a built up area a .22 rim fire or .17 hmr but if it´s a large area .243 can be used.

Any problems regarding foxes in West Sussex, East Sussex or Surrey please contact us and we will carry out our professional service to help you.

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Number 1 Pest Control Rabbits


In fact the name 'rabbit' was originally only applied to a young rabbit with an adult being called a 'cony' . The rabbit was introduced from France in the 12th century. The rabbit was protected for hundreds of years by landowners who valued it for its meat, and poaching was severely punished with even deportation.It became the most familiar wild animal of the British countryside and also one of the most destructive agricultural pests

number 1 pest control would use cage traps to control your rabbit problem or lamping with a .22 rifle is very afective on open land like a golf corse. Any problems regarding rabbits in West Sussex, East Sussex or Surrey please contact us and we will carry out our professional service to help you.

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Number 1 Pest Control Jackdaws


Number 1 Pest control Jackdaws Jackdaw problems no problem we have a chimney sweep that works for us to remove jackdaw nests from chimneys. Diminutive members of the crow family, jackdaws are renowned for their love - and often theft - of bright, shiny objects. Herein might lie the origins of their common name, as 'jack' is used traditionally to denote something smaller than the norm, and also to refer to a rogue or thief. In both cases the jackdaw doesn't disappoint. The 'daw' is probably an imitation from its cawing call, but can also mean a simpleton. Those with open fires may well consider the jackdaw a pest as their messy nests of sticks and twigs often block chimneys, and have been known to fall down them - bird included.

This can be a problem if you have an house alarm the jackdaw will fly around the room and set of the motion sensor not so good if your on holiday. Number 1 pest control can come out and remove the jackdaw nest from your chimney, and put a bird gaurd on the chimney pot to stop them coming back.

Facts Jackdaws/jackdaw problems

Jackdaws (Corvus monedula) were originally known as 'choughs', a name derived from the bird's principal call. Jackdaws also utter chattering calls, which sound like the word 'Jack' and so this name also caught on. 'Daw,' or 'caw', is the typical call of the Rook. 'Crow' is a variant of 'caw'. From about the late 16th Century onwards, 'Jack the daw' meaning 'the Jack-crow' began to replace the older name 'chough'.

Another crow, traditionally known as the 'Cornish Chough', has retained the name 'Chough'. This species, which has a red bill and red legs, is found on the sea-cliffs of the west of Ireland, Wales and Scotland.

Number 1 Pest control rarley come across this species.