Choosing a professional pest controller is important

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If pest control is not done properly then it could mean that your infestation will return or perhaps get worse! It is key to do your research on the types of pests you have as well as how best to treat them. Under all circumstances we would strongly advise giving us a call to discuss the issue and how best to proceed. Unfortunately, there are many attempts to tackle pests by amateurs that actually cause more harm than good, not only to the pests, but also family members, domestic animals and even wildlife.


We are able to have access to controlled substances that are not available in the shops, which are used by trained professionals to remove pests from your home and are applied with great care so your pest problem is erased safely, humanely and in a timely fashion.


There are many elements that need to be considered when removing pests for good. Firstly, it is important to find out the biological and physical nature of the pests; what are the pests, what species are they, rate of reproduction, what food sources they require (and if they are getting them), the location within the household, the scale of the pest infestation. Then we can decide on the best course of action, that being how best to treat the infestation and with what chemical tools. Finally, the timescale that we will need to complete the job to make sure that your pest problem is dealt with for good!


With most companies out there in the market, each one is different. It is great to do your own research, look for reviews and recommendations for pest controller companies within your local area. And qualifications are also important too!


We are proud members of the BPCA (British Pest Control Association) which means we are regularly audited and each of our technicians are fully qualified to carry out the work you require.


We pride ourselves on our advice and professionality when dealing with pest control problems and will help you every step of the way, from the initial survey, dealing with the pests, and making sure that you are as protected as possible from these pesky pests returning again!