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Pest Control In Dubai

Pest Control In Dubai

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Pest Control In Dubai

Welcome to the Dubai Pest Control Section

We hope you find this section really useful as we feature some great pest control companies in Dubai as well as features and articles on common pests and how to deal with them in your home.

Dubai Home & Interior Latest News

  • Tips and Advice on Controlling Birds in the UAE

    Tips and Advice on Controlling Birds in the UAE

    For those that are familiar with Trafalgar Square in London, the site of pigeon’s used to be an all too common occurrence, much has been done within the UK and Europe to minimise the impact of pigeons on land marks, buildings and the general walkways of the high streets. Whilst here in the UAE we don’t have the same type of high streets, birds are still a common occurrence in many structures, nesting within ornate facades, AC units and balconies.

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  • Snakes in the UAE

    Snakes in the UAE

    Whilst snakes are not a common occurance in the UAE, some developments, where properties are located nearer to the desert, snakes can be a problem, it is important to know what your dealing with in any given environment, here are some facts on snakes found in the UAE... Snakes belong to the Reptile group of animals. They are generally nocturnal animals, spending the daylight hours out of direct sunlight hiding under rock ledges, low shrubs or items stored at ground level. Snakes do not have the sense of hearing but pick up vibrations.

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  • Is the Occasional Cockroach Normal?

    Is the Occasional Cockroach Normal?

    It is quite common for people to see cockroaches in the home or work place. Cockroaches can be brought into the house via a number of different means either on cartons from hypermarkets, goods from warehouse facilities or simply through the drainage system of your property. What is important is early detection to control the infestation before it gets out of control...

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  • Protect Your Home from Flies

    Protect Your Home from Flies

    As we reach the winter months in the UAE, commonly from November to May inclusive, we see a sharp rise in the number of flies. This is attributed to the temperatures at this time of year from 20 – 30 degrees. When temperatures drop below or rise above this, the breeding rates slow naturally, as it is a less hospitable environment for flies to exist, hence their reduced breeding rates.Fly control is an important part of pest control for all homeowners. Problems with flies and fly infestations can project an unhygienic and unhealthy environment to live in, not to mention an annoying distraction.

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  • Keep Your Pets Safe when Pest Control Visit

    Keep Your Pets Safe when Pest Control Visit

    It is quite common for homeowners to raise concerns relating to the potential effect that pest control could have on their pets. To help ease homeowners concerns, we have highlighted some of the key points that should be considered by any reputable pest control company and their client. Residents should not entertain pest control from a supplier where they are not confident that the technician applying the chemical is able to effectively communicate.

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  • Tips to Prevent an Ant Invasion

    Tips to Prevent an Ant Invasion

    The Emirates winter season is almost here! The coming of the winter season also triggers the burst of activities for the insect world. This period is active foraging season for the hordes of ants that are trying to invade our lawns, gardens, pantries and food storage cupboards. Ants are one of the most successful groups of insects, there are around 20,000 species reported worldwide. They can easily be identified from other insects because they have a pair of elbowed antennae and a distinct node-like structure that forms their slender waist. They are social insects that live in colonies usually located underneath the ground, but due to their small size, unique body shape and active foraging habit they can enter inside homes and buildings searching for shelter and food. Here are some useful tips to help you prevent any invasion of ants into your home.

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  • Cockroaches in Dubai

    Cockroaches in Dubai

    Let's have a look at these nasty little critters and how you can get rid of them. Cockroaches are a common problem in Dubai and many people living in flats or villas have a visit from this unwelcome pest. The common cockroaches found in Dubai are the German Cockroach and more rarely the American Cockroach. Cockroaches live in a wide range of environmental conditions but prefer warm conditions found within buildings and around human habitation.Cockroaches are mainly nocturnal pests. During the day, they hide in the smallest of crevices and at night they emerge in search of food. Cockroaches can live for one year. A female cockroach lays up to eight egg cases in their lifetime. Each egg cases contains around 30-40 eggs. It takes about four months for the egg to become an adult.

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  • Bed Bugs in Dubai

    Bed Bugs in Dubai

    The bed bug is a pest that feeds on the blood of humans and other warm blooded hosts. Its name comes from its preferred habitat: mattresses, sofas, and other furniture. If there is an insect species that can be wholly described as a blood sucker, the bedbug, will truly fit the category perfectly! People can often acquire bedbugs at hotels, motels, or bed-and-breakfasts and bring them back to their homes in their luggage. They also can pick them up by inadvertently bringing infested furniture or used clothing to their homes. The potential hiding places of bed bugs are carpet edges, mattress seams, pillow case linings, head boards and other tiny crevices in which they could hide. It is best to eliminate these pests by getting a professional pest control company.

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  • Protect Your Home from Unwanted Guests

    Protect Your Home from Unwanted Guests

    In the UAE, we live in constant threat of invasion from un-wanted house guests such as ants, cockroaches, rodents, mosquitoes, flies, bed bugs and many more. They’re annoying and they pose a serious threat to your property, your health and the health of your family. It doesn’t matter how much stamping, squashing, whacking, spraying and cleaning you do, pests will find a way back into your home and your cupboards if you don’t take the necessary precautions.It is essential they are dealt with swiftly, effectively and with care, ensuring the health and safety of you and your family comes first. Here are a few simple rules to help protect your home.

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