Ants: Ants enter your house foraging for food or seeking shelter. They create nuisance in homes, organisations and businesses.
Bed bugs: Bed bugs stay close to food source, they are commonly found on beds and furniture. They live solely on blood and cause skin irritation and secondary infections.
Cockroaches: They are carriers of diseases such as salmonella, dysentery and gastro-enteritis. Exposure to cockroaches increases eczema and asthma.
Fleas: These small, agile insects that live by feeding on the blood of other animals. Fleas transmit a variety of viral, bacterial and rickettsial diseases to humans and pets
Moths: They damage natural fibers in carpets, clothes, fabrics, fur and leather.
Mice: Mice cause serious damages to both health and property. They also carry and spread various diseases.
Rats: They cause damage to home and contaminate food.
Pigeons: They damage your premises by dislodging roof tiles and blocking guttering. They also spread diseases such as ornithosis and salmonella.
Wasps: Wasp nests made near houses, can be dangerous to children. Wasp stings are usually painful rather than dangerous.