Pest control service
What do we treat?
We offer a quality pest control service for homes and businesses. We regularly treat parks, open spaces and sewers to reduce and control rodent activity.
- Mice inside your property
We aim to respond to all pest control requests within 3 working days with the exception of rats inside the property. We aim to treat these within one working day.
How do I arrange a treatment? Simply phone us between 9.00am and 5.00pm from Monday to Friday.
For homes and gardens:
Rats Inside and Outside and Mice Inside: £31 for a maximum of 3 visits (Free for those receiving Council Tax Support)
Bedbugs and Cockroaches: £70 for a maximum of 3 visits (Concessionary fee for those receiving Council Tax Support: £18)
Fleas: £70 for a maximum of 2 visits (Concessionary fee for those receiving Council Tax Support: £18)
Wasps: £70 for a maximum of 2 visits (Concessionary fee for those receiving Council Tax Support: £18). If there is more than one nest, to be treated at the same property at the same time, each additional nest will be charged at £31 (£11 per additional nest for those paying the concessionary fee).
Refunds are only available for cancellations received at least one working day prior to the treatment date. If cancellations are received after this time the full amount will be retained by the council.
If at the time we visit to treat for Bedbugs, Fleas, Cockroaches or Wasps a treatment cannot be carried out we will keep a callout fee of £18. We will refund your remaining payment. (For example, a wasps nest is found to be a bees' nest, or the nest is no longer occupied)
Wasps: £70 and if there is more than one nest, to be treated at the same property at the same time, each additional nest will be charged at £31
Other services are available by agreement - please contact us for a quote.
How to pay
We take credit or debit card payments at the time of booking your appointment.
If you can't identify the insect causing problems we offer a free identification service. Bring a sample to our office and we will contact you to tell you what it is and give you some advice on treatment.
Last updated Monday, 3rd April 2017