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Fly Killing Units

Pegasus Pest Control can advise on and supply a wide range of electric fly killing units (also known as 'fly zappers').  The size and style will depend upon several factors.  These include whether they are in food environments, wet environments, seating areas, heavily...

Bed Bugs

How to Recognise Bed Bugs? Knowing what to look for is the first stage in the control of bed bugs. Adult bed bugs resemble the colour and shape of an apple seed.  They can be smaller if immature, or if they have not recently fed. Typical signs of infestation are spots...

Cluster Flies

The term ‘cluster fly’ relates to a number of species of flies and refers to their habit of gathering in large numbers in lofts and other suitable hibernating locations.  The most commonly encountered by householders is Pollenia rudis.  The focus of this blog will be...

How To get Rid of Wasps

Before tackling the issue of getting rid of wasps, I will cover some of the background features of wasps and what good they can possibly do? The life cycle of a wasp nest colony is indeed a cycle so let us start at the ‘beginning’.  A fertilised queen wasp will come...

Carpet Beetles

I have had more calls than usual recently regarding Carpet Beetles.  Therefore I have written this blog on the subject. There are three common species of carpet beetles found in the UK.  These are the varied carpet beetle, the museum beetle and the common carpet...

Pests in Lofts

Pests in lofts are usually indicated by noises reported by the occupant at quiet times such as during the night.  This is when noises in the loft seem most noticeable.  Noises in the night in are surprisingly accentuated by the quietness of night.  The footfall of a...

Clothes Moths

Clothes moths have become a common household pest.  Ultra violet light from the sun during the traditional spring clean was a natural killer of the larval stage of the moth in days gone by. Woollen jumpers and cashmere scarves today get left in drawers, and woollen...