Stored Product Insects

What starts off as a single pest-infested product bought from the store, can quickly turn into a serious pantry pest infestation.

The longer pantry pests are left unattended and untreated, the more products they will contaminate, boring through paper, plastic and even sealed containers.

Food commonly infested include: Cereal products, seeds, nuts, chocolate, raisins and other dried fruits, spices, powdered milk, tea, and cured meats. Non-food items include birdseed, dry pet food, ornamental seeds and dried plant displays, dried flowers, garden seeds, potpourri.

The maJor STORED PRODUCT pests  Species are:

Each has a unique pattern of destruction, enabling identification, enabling a decision about the type of control needed.

Why get STORED PRODUCT INSECTS  Treatment from us?

We’ve been treating stored product insects problems since 1978

We can treat stored product insects infestations in both homes and commercial warehouses

Our highest priority is safety

We will ensure that no food is contaminated by remedies

Our treatments are environmentally safe

Contact us today
National Support Line: 0860 08 08 08

What we offer:

Prevention and Control of Stored Product pests

The treatment must not present any hazard to the end use product, nor must it spread the infestation.

A thorough cleaning of the area

All areas and nooks and crannies will be cleaned out, including pet foods and bird seed bins in private residences.

Remedies that will safely prevent infestation

The use of remedies is necessary, however, it should be administered with care and will require professional assistance – which we can offer.

How to prevent STORED PRODUCT INSECTS in your home or warehouse:

Do not store food for longer than four months
Packaging wrapped in clear plastic can be checked for the presence of insects
Store food in airtight containers
Buy packaged food in sealed containers
Dried food can be stored in your fridge or freezer
Check the packaging date
Keep your pantry clean as exposed food will attract insects