• LocationMilton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, Oldbrook Boulevard, MK6 2QA**
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Our Milton Keynes bird proof services, including spikes and netting, are second to none. Our trained pest controllers provide expert solutions to any bird pests such as pigeons in the local Milton Keynes area.

Bird netting will help deter any bird pests from reaching your fruits and vegetables. Bird netting may also be used to protect fisheries and fish wildlife reserves from predator birds. Our Milton Keynes bird control experts can install this bird proofing device with the minimum of disruption.

The installation of bird spikes in Milton Keynes will help prevent the irreversible damage caused to your roof, windowsill or building in general. We supply and install a range of bird spikes for any type of property in Milton Keynes. This method of bird control is approved by the RSPB and PICAS.

Whatever the problem our local Milton Keynes pest controllers are able to provide a fast response and efficient solution.

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Milton Keynes Pest Control Testimonials

Customer Name: Mrs G Macdonald.
Thank you for the work you did on my property and I want to say how happy I am with your engineer Adrian, he was very nice and found a £10 note while working and gave it back to me, its rare that you find such an honest individual these days and shows how professional your company is to employ people like him.

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Example Of Our Pest Services

Moles
Moles burrow up from underground to leave molehills of soil in gardens. They are exterminated using traps placed over existing molehills, which snares them immediately. If the traps do not work, poison gas can be piped into the ground using the existing molehills.

To prevent moles making an appearance, small devices that emit a high-frequency pulse can be employed. However, this is not recommended if family pets are in the vicinity.

Moles are virtually blind, and have very primitive eyes; in most species, the eyes are only capable from distinguishing light from dark. Some species do not have eyes at all.

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