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Why Subfloor Ventilation is important

By |July 30th, 2016|hospitality, house, mould, news, subfloor, ventilation|

On average, people spend about 90 percent of their time indoors. Since the majority of people’s daily activities take place inside, the atmosphere inside of homes has a major impact on the health and safety of the majority of the population. Research has shown that indoor air pollution can actually have more damaging effects on [...]

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Germs in a plate

By |July 22nd, 2016|comercial, hospitality, house, pest control, Uncategorized|

If you’ve ever noticed a crack in your crockery at a restaurant and just kept on eating, we’ve got some bad news for you. It may look clean, but actually that crack could harbour thousands of germs, and they are absolutely banned by Sydney’s health inspectors.   To talk about these sorts of issues, we [...]

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Pest bird

By |July 17th, 2016|pest control|

A CHEEKY pest bird detected in the Adelaide Hills poses a major threat to vineyards, orchards, crops and wildlife, devouring fruit, attacking buds and taking up valuable nesting sites. Red-whiskered bulbul poses major threat to vineyards, orchards crops and wildlife Hills residents and visitors are being asked to report sightings of the red-whiskered bulbul, which [...]

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crawling insects: Hemiptera

By |July 15th, 2016|comercial, hospitality, house, pest control|

Overview The Hemiptera are the dominant group of exopterygote insects. They range in length from less than 1 to 90 mm, and comprise insects with a great range of different structural and behavioural features and occupying a wide variety of environments. The most characteristic feature is the structure of the mouth-parts, which are highly efficient [...]

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Huntsman spiders

By |July 9th, 2016|house, pest control, spiders|

Huntsman spiders are in the Sparassidae family and are the large ‘hairy scary’ spiders that absolutely terrify people when they scuttle out from behind a curtain or the sun visor in the car. In reality, Australian huntsman spiders are a fascinating group with 13 genera and 94 described species. Many huntsman spiders live socially in [...]

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Winter is here

By |July 2nd, 2016|hospitality, house, pest control|

Winter is here. Although Sydney looks amazing in winter, also, temperatures drop below to zero. Lows of 7.3 degrees in the city heralded the coldest May morning in the city since 1999. Cold air makes feel even more cold. […]

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Smells at home

By |July 2nd, 2016|house, mould|

The majority of smells in your house are fairly easy to pinpoint. There are, some aromas that seem impossible to eliminate, no matter how many bottles of air freshener or the amount of candles you use. To eliminate those odours, it is mandatory to identify them. Odours need to be identified prior treat them   [...]

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