Rats can be persistent little blighters. Especially if they have decided to make a nest in your home. And who wouldn’t want a warm, dry place to take a kip or easy access to the food you leave out in the kitchen?
When you hear about cockroach infestations in the news, you immediately think that some Sydneysider somewhere has realised that they’ve been shacked up with these filthy critters for years. It wouldn’t happen to you here in sunny Brisbane, right?
Did you know that bird poop on your solar panels can result in much less efficient energy harvesting? If you stop to think about it, it makes sense. Just like leaf build-up, bird poo can cover areas of your solar panels and shield them from sunlight.
It’s coming into Winter, which means snuggly blankets, hot chocolates, Brisbane’s famous ice-skating rink, oh, and rodents. Here are a few of Brisbane’s most common rat and mice species, and how to keep your home free of them.
Keeping your tenanted property pest free is one of the trials and tribulations of being a landlord. In Brisbane, where there’s any number of pests that could invade your rental, it pays to have the phone number of a reliable pest control service on speed dial.
It’s a well-known fact that South-East Queensland, including the Brisbane region, are termite hot spots. But the areas encompassing Mt Gravatt, Carindale, Kenmore and Brookfield, in particular, contain environments where termites thrive.