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    Only 23 Days to go.

     

    The doors open at 9am on the 25th of March 2015 for 2 days.

     

    I will be on stand 68.

     

    I am looking forward to meet and greet fellow pest controllers and associates that particularly work in London & Essex who don't provide an Urban Fox Management Service and would consider using my services on a sub-contract basis.

    Don't forget to drop you business card into the bin as you may win a Hitatchi Cordless Drill.

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    Due to the brittle nature of most false ceiling tiles, if a fox has managed to get into the roof void it will only be a matter of time until it stands on a weak spot and crashes through.

    This happened in 2014 at a North London Hospital's children's ward.

    If you hear unusual 'noises' in the ceiling void get it checked out immediately.

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    Fox Proofing 26 February 2015 | Comments (0)

    Speak to us above the exclusion of urban wildlife under portable buildings.

     

     

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    The above dead fox was removed from underneath a portable school classroom.

    If it has been lleft any longer the smell would have been obnoxious and the classroom would of had to be abandoned.

    Luckily, the blue bottle flies had not yet laid their eggs on the carcase.

    We alway's treat the surrounding area where the carcase has been lying with both Biocide and Insecticide.

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