Disinfection is the sterilisation with chemical and thermal agents in order to prevent the colonisation of unwanted, sometimes pathogenic, microorganisms, germs and parasites. Disinfection is only allowed to be carried out by approved specialists.
Our service and additional informationDue to the risks involved we also provide, pigeon control measures. Disinfection against bacteria, fungi and parasites.
- Determination of infestation
- If required, pest identification.
- Pest control also eliminates chlamydia, E. coli, Salmonellae, listeria, and etc.
With professional disinfection a germ reduction of 99.99% is achieved.
Pigeon-ticks and fleas activity
TONI specializes in all birds ticks and especially Pigeons ticks extermination. Our knowledgeable disposer units can advise you with your individual needs.
- Pigeon ticks bite humans when the natural host is not available by crawling through crevices and cracks in walls. These ticks are very active at night and bite humans while asleep. Several cases are documented by well-established universities.
- The effects of Pigeon ticks are often under diagnosed and thus go unnoticed, leaving the victim with irritations for a prolonged span.
- The effects of undiagnosed pigeon tick infestation can be hazardous and cause irritations. Pigeon ticks are often found in lofts or attics of buildings.
- TONI's specialist would inspect your property and identify if you are at risk of pigeon ticks. When the ticks are identified, we would spray insecticides in the infected and surrounding areas.
- Our disinfecting methods are environmentally safe and is in accordance with the German extermination process and procedures.
- For further information please visit:
"Allergy to pigeon tick (Argas reflexus) in Upper Silesia, Poland" by Radoslaw Spiewak et al
"Human infestation by pigeon fleas (Ceratophyllus columbae) from feral pigeons" by Daniel Haag-Wackernagel, Radoslaw Spiewak
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: "Bites of the European pigeon tick: Risk of IgE-mediated sensitizations and anaphylactic reactions