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Hygiene plays a vital role to control fabric beetle infestation. A simple act of vacuuming plays an important role in removing fabric beetle cast skins and eggs. This helps to break the natural lifecycle and reduce their population in your property.
Also, regularly washed fabric items or carefully stored clothes will also help to keep your items safe from damage.
At Rentokil PCI, our experts are fully trained, licensed professionals with knowledge of the habits and lifecycle of fabric beetle. By following the ERDM approach as part of our integrated pest management, we ensure an effective protection for your business:
Partnership — Cooperation with clients and sharing of roles in pest management is crucial
Education and Exclusion — Talks and education materials to enforce general good housekeeping practices to remove possible fabric beetle breeding sites and recommendations on proofing of doors, windows, roof vents, etc. to minimise insects entering the premises
Sanitation — Proper sanitation to reduce infestation
Treatment — Use of the correct treatment to get rid of fabric beetle for your individual circumstances
Professional technicians - All our Service Technicians are professionally trained and well experienced.
Expert knowledge - our pest experts are periodically provided with continuous training programmes, to ensure that their pest knowledge is up-to-date.
Targeted treatments - Our extensive knowledge allow us to provide you with targeted treatment to get rid of fabric beetles in your premises.
Site risk assessment - is completed in compliance with Rentokil PCI Pest Control requirement to ensure that all treatments carried out in your premises are conducted in a safely manner.
Dedicated expertise - Your pest problem will be managed by a team of well-trained bird experts who are specialised in their fields.
Health and Safety - We follow strict Safety, health and Environment (SHE) policies.