Fogging – Bactericidal, Viricidal & Sporicidal Disinfection & Odour Control Broad spectrum disinfectant fogging : Fogging is a fantastic way of dealing with a large area with a variety of issues with relatively low impact. It is a tried and tested technique in the Pest Control industry, initially developed for dealing with insect infestations but…


Snapfast Bird Stopper

At this time of year, especially in Central London, we are starting to think about proofing vulnerable areas from birds who will be looking for nesting sites for the spring. We have completed recently a number of jobs to repair and replace damaged netting for our clients and more due to be completed over the…


Welcome To The Team

At XPPC today we have a new member of the team. Dennison is a Harris Hawk that has joined the team to patrol the rooftops in Mayfair to ward off the unwanted presence of Pigeons, Seagulls and other pest birds from roosting and nesting on the rooftops of our clients premises. This is vital to…


On Your Bike

In line with our continuing efforts to be as environmentally friendly as possible, we are stepping up efforts to cycle between sites as much as possible. There are a number of options in central London and last month one technician completed over 40 miles using the Santander bikes alone. If you haven’t tried them out…

Steatoda nobilis (2007)

Are Spiders Pests?

Spiders were not usually considered to be a pest as defined by the parameters of a Pest Control contract. Sure, plenty of people don’t like them and Arachnophobia is a well-documented phobia that can be debilitating for those who suffer from it. With our ever evolving society, due to ease of widespread international personal mobility…



It is a busy time of year for us right now with Wasps being a nuisance. Wasps can fly up to 750m from their nest so you may find a lot of activity even if the nest is nowhere near where you are observing them. Wasps will feed naturally on the sugary liquid secreted by…


Bin Maintenence

It’s no surprise for Pest activity to be found in bin areas and that’s exactly what we have been dealing with today. Sometimes it can be flies, other occasions it is Rodents and sometimes it is both at the same time. There are a few simple steps that can be taken to prevent the problem…