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Meet outside rather than inside where possible. Keep 2 metres apart from people that you don’t live with. Minimise travel in and out of affected areas. Get tested twice a week and isolate if positive

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Carpet Beetles are small, oval shaped beetles generally around 2-4mm long

Signs that you have an infestation

  • Damage to fabric. Thin, bare areas, or even holes in natural fabric items such as carpets, rugs, furniture upholstery 

  • Shed skins and faecal pellets. Light brown empty skin cases and tiny faecal pellets - about the size of a grain of salt.

  • Live or dead adult Insects - You may see the tiny beetles – small, dark dots – slowly climbing walls towards windows, or otherwise dead at or around windowsills.

Problems caused by carpet beetles

Carpet Beetles are not particularly dangerous to humans, but they can cause significant damage to fabrics in your home.

Treatment

Carpet beetles can be difficult to get rid of without professional help. Our treatment requires one visit.

Cost: £78, one-off treatment. An additional fee for treating a loft space is £35. Additional respray within 21 days will cost £34.20

Instructions

If you book a treatment, there are things that you need to do before and after the visit. It is very important that you follow these instructions to ensure that the treatment is successful.

Carpet beetle treatment instructions

 

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