Beetle Control

carpet beetles in UK

Problems with insects? Bon Accord offers full beetle control and removal. We provide comprehensive carpet beetle control services in London.

Our technicians will promptly diagnose any carpet beetle infestation and create a treatment plan to eradicate the beetles.

Once the treatment is finished, our team guarantees that carpets will be pest-free.

Call us on 020 3369 6965 for beetle control and eradication.

Beetle Control Thoughout London

Bon Accord provides specialist pest control services to individuals and businesses throughout London. From beetle control to rats and other rodents.Our pest control technicians have the extensive knowledge and experience required to diagnose and resolve even the most stubborn pest infestations rapidly and comprehensively. We offer beetle control, beetle chemical and heat treatments. When we’re through, we guarantee your home or business will be free from pests.

Beetle Infestation The Basics

Beetle control and eradication in London. The UK is home to a variety of beetles. You can find information on the various types from this article!

Main Types of Beetle In The UK

We have approximately 150 species that live here in Great Britain, but many more come over for breeding each year as well – there’s even an annual event called “Beetle Day” where people go looking specifically at these hard working insects and why they might be going through such population explosions worldwide right now with climate change happening all across our planet too quickly.

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Carpet eating bugs in the UK are Carpet Beetles and Clothes Moths. Carpet beetles can be distinguished from clothes moths by their short antennae which are covered with scales. Clothes moth antennae, on the other hand, are thin and feathery. They also have a wider body than carpet beetles. There are other differences between these two insects but this is a good way to tell them apart without a microscope.

Both of these insects will damage your fabrics and in turn make holes in your clothes or in your carpet. They will also leave excrement behind which when it dries turns to dust and when disturbed leaves a dusty powder on surfaces.This is how they get their name. They are also very good at hiding. This makes it difficult to detect an infestation until they have multiplied significantly.

Diagnosing the problem is usually pretty easy. Carpet beetles can be found burrowing into carpets and rugs, feeding on the fibre. They will live in between the piles, usually where you can’t see them.

Clothes moths like dark hidden corners like behind deep armchairs and in wardrobes. They will also tend to rest on the carpets and rugs and feed on the fibre.They can leave tiny greyish brown pellets in dark corners.

Both types of insect will also lay eggs in the carpets and rugs which will hatch into larvae.

How Can You Prevent Beetles From Nesting In Your Property

Whether in your home or business, you can’t take any chances when it comes to beetle infestations. If you suspect you might have an infestation on your hands, contact Bon Accord immediately to discuss how we can help eliminate the problem. We are your local pest control company.

How to control carpet beetles?

If you’re looking for a pest controller to keep your home beetle free, then look no further than Bon Accord. We’ve got just what it takes and can handle all types of household pests from roaches and ants as well as those pesky beetles!

Top Tips How To Get Rid Of Carpet Beetle

Some common methods for getting rid of carpet beetles include:

  • Vacuuming – this will remove beetles and eggs from the surface of carpets and furniture. Be sure to dispose of the vacuum cleaner bag outside the home.
  • Washing fabrics – use hot, soapy water to wash all affected fabrics. Dry them in a hot dryer or sun them outdoors.
  • Spraying insecticides – these can be used to kill adult beetles and eggs, but should only be used as a last resort. Care must be taken to avoid contact with the insecticide and to keep it away from children and pets.

It is also important to take steps to prevent carpet beetle infestations from happening in the first place.

Some tips include:

  • Keeping the home clean and free of clutter
  • Vacuuming regularly
  • Checking furniture and carpets for signs of beetles or eggs
  • Treating pet food with an insecticide to prevent infestation

By following these tips, you can help get rid of carpet beetles and keep them from becoming a nuisance in your home

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