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House fumigation is a tried and tested method of clearing buildings of pests, but it can also be very dangerous. For fumigation jobs it is important that you hire a qualified and experienced professional. Luckily, you can find one much quicker through Plentific. The Plentific website hosts information for over 75,000 tradesmen across the UK, and is guaranteed to give you a list of options to suit you in your local area, whatever your job. With quick access to customer reviews to help you compare your options, you can be sure that when using Plentific you will be able to make your final hire with confidence.
What do you need to know about house fumigation?
House fumigation is something to consider if your house is infested with pests and lesser solutions have already failed. The most important thing to be sure of is that a tradesman is adequately qualified. Remember that they will be working with dangerous chemicals and that they will also be the ones to instruct you in all the precautions to take with your home and valuables. Check their qualifications and experience carefully - it is a particularly good sign if they are a part of a nationally registered tradesmen’s scheme such as the National Pest Technicians’ Association (NPTA) or the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH). Your professional should definitely advise you on how to prepare your house for fumigation, including how valuables should be stored. Be aware that you will most probably need to spend time away during the fumigation process itself, which can take up to 30 hours. The cost of a house fumigation will be based on the size of the house itself, though for an average sized home you may expect to pay anything between £75 and £120. If you are living in council housing, be sure to check with your local council to see if they can help you with fumigating your house as they may be able to help you with the cost. Once the job is over please remember to ask about any precautions to take while your house is airing out. This should include the signs to look out for that may indicate you are being affected by the poisons used during the fumigation.