ABN: 24 112 454 592
Pest Licence No: 12115
QBCC No: 1071312
Rodents and Feral birds are a huge pest concern not only throughout Queensland suburbs such as Brisbane, Gold Coast & Ipswich but throughout Australia. They are classified as pests and pose a serious health threat.
D-Tec offers a specialized and effective Contract Shooting Pest Control solutions to control Rodents and Feral Birds. We are licensed under the Weapons Act 1990, AC1 Animal Control and OCC Occupational Condition.
Unfortunately, Rodents and Feral birds are a huge pest concern in Queensland suburbs. D-Tec Pest Solutions have been treating Vermin and Feral Animals in Brisbane, Gold Coast & Ipswich areas, and throughout Australia. Our priority is protecting properties from these pests that can pose a serious health threat & cause damage.
Feral Birds and Rodents carry many bacteria and diseases that regularly transmit to humans and animals. There are now more than 20 species of Feral birds of conflict within primary production affecting a wide range of crops and stored produce.
Pigeon droppings can be linked to carrying three human diseases, histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis, and psittacosis. There is also a fungus that can grow in bird droppings and soil that causes histoplasmosis which is a disease that affects the lungs.
Rodents also carry many diseases including hantavirus, leptospirosis, lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCMV), Tularemia, and Salmonella.
Both Pests are a health risk to humans, animals and property.
Rodents can damage and infect produce spreading diseases, cross-contamination and reducing productivity. Rats and mice populations can be difficult to control due to bait shyness.
Shooting offers a quicker resolution to long term costly baiting programs which can also affect non-target species. Rodents can build natural resistance to baiting systems over time, so dispatching these pests quickly can also be very cost-effective.
Advantages of quickly dispatching pests this way include:
Contact us for contract shooting pest control. We offer a free initial consultation and we will discuss your needs, history of the problem, and then a plan of attack can be designed to identify problem areas to target and achieve the best results possible.