Dust Mites Control
Protect your family from allergies, asthma and sleep disorder! Book our UV dust mites control in London and prevent unexpected health problems. There is no way to battle those miniature pests by yourself—but you can always rely on 24/7 Pest Control to sanitise your surfaces for you!
Dust mites are allergy-causing arachnids, closely related to spiders and ticks. They are invisible to the naked eye but are everywhere around you. We use uv vacuum cleaner for proper extermination and perfect results. Call us today on our 24/7 phone lines, and receive your free quote on our services!
Dust mites are everywhere around us and severe infestations sometimes occur. Proper dust mite treatment will mitigate the harms and prevent health problems from occurring. But this is only the main benefit of our services. Check out the list below for more perks you can take advantage of with our pest control of dust mites:
Dust mites removal requires knowledge, experience and specialised equipment. Customer-level insecticides have no effect on their population, as dust mites are not insects. To guarantee the best results with every session, all technicians follow strict guidelines and are fully equipped including a vacuum cleaner with uv light.
Upon arrival, they inspect your property and identify any problematic areas. Those are usually mattresses, upholstered furniture, chairs, draperies and carpets. Then they proceed with the treatment.
We use specialised UV vacuum cleaner which kills the dust mites with the help of ultraviolet light and then removes the carcasses of your surfaces. This machine also allows us to sanitise treated areas as it removes up to 99,9% of bacteria and allergens. In rare cases with extreme infestations, we apply professional pesticides to prevent increase in dust mites population.
If guaranteed service is organized, you can request two free visits within 3 months after the first dust mites treatment took place.
Dust mites are among the most common allergens in households around the world. They are a cosmopolitan species and can be found on every continent—including in human outposts in the Antarctic. They prefer high-traffic areas, such as mattresses, beddings and upholstered furniture. In a single bed, dust mite population can reach up to 10,000,000 specimens.
Scientists have linked exposure to dust mites to severe allergic reactions. Although they do not bite or sting, they emit dangerous allergens which can cause serious respiratory and dermatological complaints. Asthma, eczema, irritation and arrhythmia are common symptoms of severe dust mite infestation. More than 70% of the world population in warmer climates is allergic to house dust mites.