Our experts protect your home from Flying, Crawling & Furry Pests
Protecting your home from pests is a process, not a one time event. Our highly trained technicians and our reliable pest management services will keep even the most stubborn pests away. Our equipment and products are ultra-modern, innovative and effective, as well as being safe for your family, pets and the environment.
You can have confidence that our teams only use products that are approved and safe to use in the home environment.
Crawling Insects & Pests
Foraging worker ants cause a nuisance as they travel widely in search of
food, following well-defined trails and clustering around the food source. They are
attracted to sweet or fatty substances in kitchens, pantries, storerooms and
warehouses. In hospitals they have been found feeding on septic dressings, soiled
linen and excrement. They are obviously an unpleasant sight in food areas and may
damage or taint food intended for human consumption.
Ants are the most prolific and successful group of insects. Their nests can be found almost anywhere and often only with the help of expert pest control technicians.
Read more about common ants.
Bed Bug infestations are notoriously difficult to beat, without the
careful inspection and treatment by a professional pest control technician, followed
by a thorough, comprehensive treatment of all infested and adjoining areas.
Infestations are often detected by the welts and irritation caused by the bites, and the fecal smears and blood spots visible on pillowcases, sheets and mattresses. Typical hiding places are in the tufts, folds and seams of mattresses, and cracks in the box springs and bed frame. Heavier infestations often spread to behind baseboards, window and door casings, pictures, electrical switch plates, loose wallpaper, and in furniture upholstery and the pleats of drapes.
If you suspect you have a bed bug problem, please call us today.
Read more about bed bugs.
Cockroaches generally don’t like light and if found in the home will be
more common at night, usually darting away when you enter the room. If a large
infestation is in the home, there is often a distinct odour. Droppings and vomit
marks are normally visible on cupboards and hinges inside cupboards and drawers. The
Australian cockroach is a very good flyer but mostly during warmer weather and
prefers warmer climates, however it can survive indoors during colder weather as
long as water is available, so warm, moist conditions are ideal.
They’re prolific breeders and if you see the signs, a thorough pest treatment needs to be done before the problem gets worse.
Read more about common cockroaches.
Ticks are common in many parts of Bahrain and can even be found around
the garden. They have mouthpiece like a beak and a body the shape of a pear, ranging
is size from 1.2mm as larvae to 4mm as adults. Due to their small size they can be
difficult to see until engorged by blood feeding.
They require a host to feed, which can often mean the family dog or cat. Ticks usually do not climb higher than around 50cm in the vegetation and there is no evidence to suggest that they fall out of trees. If you live in a Tick prone area, keeping the garden free of dead vegetation and the lawn mown short will reduce the likelihood of an infestation, with regular professional pest control treatments.
Read more about the dangers of ticks.
Pantry moths, such as the Indian meal moth are attracted to foodstuff as a
place to lay eggs and feed, including dry goods, grains, nuts, flours, spices, and
chocolate. The extent of moth damage depends on the degree of infestation. A large
population in the house can be quite costly, where large amounts of food may need to be
thrown away due to contamination from pantry moth webbing, cocoons, and droppings.
Often the first signs of pantry moths are too late to avoid contamination. Regular inspections and pheromone traps are an effective method of prevention.