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Pest control services in Kololo, Kampala

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Pest control services in Kololo, KampalaCall +256 784 539 599 (Whatsapp) or +256 756 178 784 for pest control services in Kampala,Kololo, Kampala,info@zumarkenterprisesltd.com

Call +256 784 539 599 (Whatsapp) or +256 756 178 784 for pest control services in Kampala,Kololo, Kampala,info@zumarkenterprisesltd.com

we serve areas near or around;

  • Acacia Mall
  • 7 Hills International School
  • Arya Sumaj School
  • Casino Simba
  • Centenary Park
  • Hotel Africana
  • Dr. Stockley's Hospital
  • East Kololo Primary School
  • Embassy of Algeria
  • Embassy of the People's Republic of China
  • Embassy of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Embassy of Egypt
  • Embassy of Germany
  • Embassy of Sweden
  • Embassy of Norway
  • Embassy of Libya
  • Embassy of North Korea
  • Embassy of Russia
  • Embassy of Rwanda
  • Embassy of Saudi Arabia
  • Embassy of South Africa
  • High Commission of the Republic of Kenya
  • Jinja Road Police Station
  • Kampala Christian Cemetery
  • Kampala Golf Course
  • Kampala Hospital
  • Kololo Airstrip
  • Kitante Hill Secondary School
  • Kololo High School
  • Kololo Senior Secondary School
  • Kololo Hospital
  • Uganda Sickle Cell Rescue Foundation
  • Lincoln International School
  • Medipal International Hospital
  • Speke Apartments
  • Uganda Management Institute
  • Uganda National Museum
  • Java House
  • French School
  • MTN Sports Arena Lugogo
  • Torino Bar and Restaurant

Frequently asked Pest control questions;

How do you get rid of geckos permanently?

Geckos can be good for bug control, but sometimes you just need them out of your home. You can use a variety of products you may already have to get rid of them:

  • If you have eggshells, you can place them around your home to scare off geckos.
  • If you have mothballs, you can place them around to repel geckos.
  • If you have coffee and tobacco, you can make a gecko poison.
  • If you have garlic cloves, you can use them to repel geckos with the odor.
  • If you have onions, cut some up to keep geckos at bay.
  • If you have cayenne pepper or Tabasco sauce, you can make a homemade pepper spray.

Can pest control get rid of geckos?

To repel geckos inside the house: Spray any vertical surface with Pest Rid Spray. To repel geckos on your porch, around the home: Sprinkle the Pest Rid granules around the exterior perimeter of your property – on the ground like in grass, in flower beds etc. – and then spray over the top. Pesticides can be toxic

How do you get rid of geckos fast?

Homemade pepper sprays are highly effective in getting rid of geckos.

  1. Simply spray areas with a pepper dilution.
  2. You can make your own using any hot sauce. The cheapest out there will do just fine for this type of application.
  3. There are premixed sprays you can purchase as well if you need to do so.

What spray kills geckos?

Bifen LP is a granular insecticide that will kill a long list of insects for up to 90 days and can significantly reduce the presence of insects, taking away a gecko's food source and forcing them to go elsewhere. Bifen LP should be applied as both a broadcast and perimeter treatment

How do I keep geckos out of my garage?

Naphthalene Balls

The smell of naphthalene is often a turn-off to lizards and will keep them away from your garage. Alternatively, you can make a solution from ground pepper and spray it all around your garage or places where lizards have congregated.

How long can a gecko live in your house?

Unlike its cousin, the Mediterranean house gecko (Hemidactylus turcicus), which lives for around eight years, the common house gecko (Hemidactylus frenatus) can live only up to five years in your house. They might live up to eight years in captivity.

Are geckos bad for your house?

These small geckos are non-venomous and not harmful to humans. Most medium-sized to large geckos are docile, but may bite if distressed, which can pierce skin.

Should I leave a gecko in my house?

If you have a small insect infestation and currently have some house geckos, it is probably best to leave them be, since they are helping reduce the number of parasites inside your home. ... Gecko droppings: Usually gray and brown with a white tip, geckos usually leave these small droppings on doorposts or wall corners

Why is there a gecko in my house?

Answer: Geckos are common in houses and buildings that are surrounded by vegetation, especially homes that have shaded yards. They are pests simply by their presence indoors. They do not live in or infest houses, but come in from surrounding vegetation to find insects (food).

Are house geckos a problem?

Geckos are a common pest that is found around residences and can actually be beneficial in a way as they eat bugs around the home. The problem occurs when they begin slipping their way indoors, crawling up walls, under appliances and leaving behind their droppings.

How to get rid of geckos in the house?

  1. Use a broom or a rolled paper to run them out of the house;
  2. Trap them and release them outside, as far from the home as possible;
  3. Spray them with cold water until they run out.

Do geckos carry diseases?

Turtles, frogs, iguanas, snakes, geckos, horned toads, salamanders and chameleons are colorful, quiet and often kept as pets. These animals frequently carry bacteria called Salmonella that can cause serious illness in people.

Do geckos bite?

Large geckos can inflict a deep, painful wound due to their size. For example, the largest gecko species, the tokay gecko, can be easily provoked and is prone to biting. It tends to hold on tightly and has quite a nasty bite.

Do geckos leave droppings?

Hatchling and juvenile leopard geckos may poop several times a day, where adult leopard geckos may poop once every few days. Age, metabolism, and amount of food consumed will all affect how often a leopard gecko poops.

Are geckos active at night?

Most species of gecko are nocturnal, so you are more unlikely to see them active during the day. Nocturnal reptiles also feed at night, so you must be prepare to offer food during this time. ... If you prefer a diurnal species, the geckos from the genus Phelsuma are mostly active during the day and should be considered.

Does gecko poop look like rat poop?

Gecko droppings by the shape, size, and color. They can be the same size as mouse or even rat droppings, which can be of concern to people. ... Gecko poop is brown, elongated, and about 1/4 inch in length and about 1/8 inch in width. The identifying characteristic is the urea cap, which gives the dropping a white tip

Where do house geckos lay their eggs?

Females deposit their eggs in protected locations under rocks, logs or tree bark. The eggs are white, sticky and have soft, pliable shells that quickly harden once they're exposed to air. Depending on the species, the eggs incubate for 30 to 80 days before the fully formed baby geckos emerge.

Are geckos friendly?

These friendly creatures tend to be docile and easy to tame, as well as being easy to care for. Geckos are one of the most popular reptiles to be kept as pets – especially for beginners – and with good reason. They tend to be docile and easy to tame as well as being relatively easy to care for.

Where do geckos hide in houses?

Where would a gecko hide in a house? Geckos are nocturnal and terrestrial species. This means they will be hiding in dark, tight, and safe spots in your house. Priority areas will be along the floor under a carpet edge and behind and under your furniture

Do geckos make a noise?

Leopard geckos can make a variety of sounds, but the most common include chirps, squeaks, barks, and screams. Every leopard gecko will sound slightly different, though the sounds will generally be the same for each pet.

Can you get sick from touching a gecko?

Crested geckos are popular pet lizards that come in a variety of colors. Contact with reptiles can be a source of human Salmonella infections. Reptiles can be carrying Salmonella bacteria but appear healthy and clean and show no signs of illness.

How do I get rid of geckos?

How do we eradicate them? Some pest control companies suggest sealing up cracks and holes in your home, installing insect screens, and turning off outdoor lights that attract the insects that geckos eat. But many agree eradication is impossible and also unnecessary

Where do geckos sleep?

Geckos typically hide themselves under tree bark, in a cavity or other sheltered space when sleeping. When sleeping, those geckos who are equipped with eyelids shut them, and those without eyelids constrict their pupils as much as possible.

Are geckos poisonous to dogs?

Should you be concerned when you see your dog or cat hunting or munching on a tiny lizard? ... Fortunately, these small lizards, like the tiny gecko or anole, are not poisonous for dogs and cats to eat. That being said, eating a lizard is still not completely safe for dogs and cats.

Do geckos eat cockroaches?

Many lizards are known to eat insects, including cockroaches. Lizards like bearded dragons, monitor lizards, and leopard geckos naturally prey upon cockroaches. Even pet geckos and iguanas still get to eat cockroaches, since they're cheap for humans to buy and nutritious for pet lizards to eat!

What color is gecko poop?

Healthy leopard gecko poop is typically dark brown at the bottom, with the top one-third being white or yellow (the urates). You may also see a small amount of liquid pee. Leopard gecko poop smell is typically mild and dissipates after some time in the enclosure.

What do gecko eats?


Leopard Gecko food - what do Leopard Geckos eat? The best insects to feed your Leopard Gecko are crickets and mealworms. However, you can also feed him waxworms, butterworms, silkworms, tomato hornworms, beetles, sow bugs and cockroaches. Waxworms and superworms should be fed as a treat as they're high in fat

Does gecko poop always have a white tip?

Gecko poo is generally elongated and brown, sometimes with a tip of white, and is often mistaken for mouse or rat droppings.

What animal poop is black with white tip?

Lizard droppings

Lizard droppings (also known as 'scat') typically come in the form of a small dark (brown/black) cylindrical pellet with a small white tip that is uric acid. Dropping size can vary depending on the size of prey that has been consumed but typically may range between approximately 2 and 5 mm long.

Do geckos carry any diseases?

Turtles, frogs, iguanas, snakes, geckos, horned toads, salamanders and chameleons are colorful, quiet and often kept as pets. These animals frequently carry bacteria called Salmonella that can cause serious illness in people.

Do geckos chew wires?

Can chew electrical wiring and damage appliances such as air conditioners. Can be general nuisance inside residences

What parasites do geckos carry?

Cryptosporidiosis is a common intestinal infection of leopard geckos caused by the one-celled parasite Cryptosporidium varanii (also know in older references as Cryptosporidium saurophilum).

How do you keep geckos from getting parasites?

First, cleaning up droppings as soon as they are passed is paramount in preventing a build-up of parasites that have a direct lifecycle. Next, any insects or other prey items that are fed to herps should be free of any larva involved with indirect lifecycle.

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