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Pest control service

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Service disruption

Pest Control services are currently running – for treatments for infestations of rats in gardens/outdoor areas only.

If you believe you have an infestation of rats in your garden please contact pest control on 02476 832 658 (this service is not currently available to book online).

Pest controllers will be following Government guidelines regarding social distancing and will only enter gardens that are directly accessible from the street. (e.g. via a side or back entrance, pest controllers will not walk through properties to enter gardens).

 For advice regarding other pests, our please visit pest pages which include information about how to discourage pests and how you can self-treat until the service is fully operational.

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council's pest control service will be provided through our partner, Coventry City Council.


Coventry City Council will provide the following pest control services on our behalf:

  • Rats inside or outside a property - £32.90 for up to three visits
  • Mice inside a property - £32.90 for up to three visits
  • Wasp nest - £74.50 for up to two visits
  • Fleas - £74.50 for up to two visits
  • Bedbugs - £74.50 for up to three visits
  • Cockroaches - £74.50 for up to three visits

Please note, Coventry City Council do not offer treatment for bees. If you suspect you have bees, you can get advice from The British Beekeepers Association.

A concessionary rate is available for these services if you are in receipt of Council Tax Support.  You will need to provide Coventry City Council with your Council Tax Support reference number.

Treatments for other pests may be available through Coventry City Council or through other pest control contractors.

Request a pest control treatment for your home

Contact Coventry City Council on: 024 7683 2658, or email to book a pest control treatment.

Further information

Additional information about pests is available from:

Last updated Tuesday, 2nd June 2020

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