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General Pest Control Services Provided by Pest Blockers

Welcome to Pest Blockers, your trusted partner in keeping your home safe and pest-free. We're here to help you reclaim your space from all types of pests, including ants, spiders, silverfish, cockroaches, rodents, fleas, flies, bees, wasps, earwigs and millipedes


  1. We start by identifying the type of ant or spider that is causing the problem. This helps us determine the best course of action for treatment.
  2. We use a combination of chemical and non-chemical treatments to eliminate ants and spiders from your home.
  3. We treat both the interior and exterior of your home to ensure that all pests are eliminated.
  4. We use baits and other methods to target the source of the infestation, rather than just treating the symptoms.
  5. We offer ongoing pest control services to ensure that ants and spiders don’t come back.


  1. Home remedies like diatomaceous earth, baking soda, boric acid, citrus, essential oils, and borax.
  2. Glue traps, bait stations, and liquid roach deterrent concentrates.
  3. Cockroach bait, which is one of the most effective DIY treatments.
  4. Cockroach spray, which kills the bug on contact.
  5. Insecticidal spray, glue traps, and gel bait, which are used by exterminators to eliminate roaches
  6. Fumigation, which may be required for the most severe infestations


  1. Use rat poison or snap traps to kill them quickly.
  2. Clean your home regularly and throw away old food to deter rats from coming back.
  3. Seal any gaps outside your home to stop rats from getting in.
  4. Keep trash away from the perimeter of your home and trim back bushes and shrubs so they don’t touch the side of your home.
  5. Store unsealed food in airtight containers to limit rodents’ access.
  6. Use a mixture of flour, baking soda, and sugar to kill rodents.
  7. Minimize sources of shelter and food outdoors, then spray repellents around your garden to discourage the pests from visiting


  1. Use insecticides, such as sprays, powders, and foggers.
  2. Use natural solutions, such as vinegar, essential oils, or lawn maintenance.
  3. Sanitation and pet treatment are the first steps to eliminate fleas and their eggs.
  4. Vacuum frequently to suck up fleas, eggs, larvae, and pupae from floors, furniture, mattresses, exposed floorboards, and skirting boards.
  5. Wash all bedding often at the highest temperature appropriate for the material and dry it on a high heat setting.
  6. Use safe regular flea treatment that is suitable for your pet.
  7. Check pets and their bedding for signs of fleas regularly.


  1. Use a bee spray that targets their nervous system and causes paralysis and death.
  2. Use a powder dust that suffocates and dehydrates them.
  3. Install an electric bug zapper that electrocutes them.
  4. Use vinegar that repels them with its strong smell.
  5. Use an ultrasonic pest repellent that emits high-frequency sounds that annoy them.
  6. Plant bee repelling plants such as mint, basil, lavender, or lemongrass.
  7. Light a citronella candle that produces a scent that they hate.
  8. Use mothballs that contain naphthalene, a chemical that is toxic to them.
  9. Pour a bucket of boiling water onto the wasp nest to kill and destroy it.


  1. Use rubbing alcohol and water: Mix some together in a spray bottle. Spritz directly on earwigs to kill them on contact.
  2. Use olive oil and soy sauce: Cook up a trap with these two ingredients by mixing oil and soy sauce in a container and leaving it in a spot where you last saw earwigs.
  3. Implement pre-sowing control measures in paddocks with stubble pest problems.
  4. Reducing crop residues: Crop stubble provides a cool, moist habitat that helps invertebrate survival. With stubble retention practises a mainstay on many farms, slaters, millipedes, and earwigs have become common in broadacre crops.
  5. Managing stubble is likely to be an effective strategy to reduce slaters, millipedes, and earwigs.
  6. Crop choice: While slaters, millipedes, and earwigs can attack multiple plant species, some crops are more susceptible to damage than others.
  7. Chemical options: Seed treatment choice will also influence the degree of feeding damage.