Pests covered by IPS in the Cairngorms and Highlands

Infinity Pest Control Solutions is a Scotland-wide pest control, eradication and infestation company.  We cover a wide range of common, domestic, and agricultural pests and can advise you on the best route to eradicate problems.

Our company is known for its reliability, friendly can-do attitude and attention to detail.

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Infinity Pest Solutions, Cairngorms, Highlands, Scotland

  • Ants
  • Bed bugs
  • Beetles
  • Birds
  • Biscuit Beetle
  • Rats
  • Blow Flies
  • Bluebottle
  • Brown House Moth
  • Carpet Beetle
  • Clothes Moth
  • Cluster Flies
  • Cockroaches
  • Fleas
  • Flies
  • Flour Beetle
  • Flour Moth
  • Fruit Flies
  • Ground Beetles
  • House Fly
  • House Moth
  • House Mouse
  • Larder Beetle
  • Maggot
  • Mice
  • Mites
  • Moles
  • Mosquitoes
  • Moths
  • Pigeons
  • Plaster Beetle
  • Red Spider Mite
  • Silverfish
  • Spider Beetles

Pests in Scotland

Pests and vermin have existed alongside mankind from the beginnings of history.  Scotland is no exception, if you are looking for a reliable, discreet and effective pest control company, contact Infinity Pest Services, we will make an assessment of your pest problem.  We pride ourselves on being one of the best pest control companies in Scotland and we can help with any kind of infestation, or problem.

Whether you are suffering from rats, cockroaches, mice, wasps, seagulls, or any other problem, get in touch and see how we can help.

To keep your premises infestation free

  • Make everything is always clean, especially in the kitchen.
  • Store food in sealed containers.
  • Don’t leave uncovered food out in warm weather, even in the north of Scotland, as it attracts flies, ants and wasps.
  •  Cockroaches and silverfish love damp and spillages of water, so don’t leave these
  • Keep the kitchen bin closed, this will prevent flies, and empty it regularly.
  • Put rubbish out in sealed bags or bins.
  • Gardens can be a haven for rats, keep them cut back
  • If you feed garden birds, don’t put food out in the evening and always use a bird table. Don’t put bird food on the ground as this can attract rats.
  • Block up any holes about the house or other premises, to prevent rats, mice and squirrels
  • If you do end up suffering from an infestation, call a reliable pest control company