Is there any pest at a Clobham property that cannot be dealt with?
Any animal, bird, rodent or insect has the potential to become a pest. The tipping point from being a cute, scampering little rabbit to a nuisance pest that eats everything in the garden is a fine one.
The fact that they are all around us leads many people to believe that they are something that have to be tolerated and lived with. But this is not the case.
I’m Gary Coates and, as part of West London Pest Control, I can successfully and effectively control and eradicate all kinds of pests that are common to the UK.
There are many benefits to calling in a professional pest controller, all of which you will find in my service to you:
Many people on first realising they have a pest issue will attempt to deal with it themselves. They will do this by buying products or researching how best to get rid of the pest but invariably, efforts fail, despite all the best intentions.
Creatures and beasts that become pests need to be identified in the first instance and then the source of the problem needs to be found. After this, the scale of the problem needs to be verified and only then can the right option be decided upon.
I do this as part of my onsite assessment for every call that I receive in and around the KT11 postcode. Holding the ‘Pest Control & Management’ certification from the Royal Society of Public Health means that I have the skills and ability to identify the pest, as well as offer a solution to eradicate and control it.
Pest control is not about laying bait and waiting. It is a fast-paced industry that offers effective and dynamic solutions for customers, both domestic and business. Offering a truly comprehensive service means offering prevention advice and options too, something that I do automatically as part of any pest control assignment.
As a member of Basis PROMPT, I can access all kinds of training and updates within the pest control industry, all of which can then be transferred to my practice. The latest pest control methods are often the most effective in terms of both impact and time.
Holding many additional qualifications and having attended many specialist courses, I match my skills with experience too.
Many pests have habits that are idiosyncratic and peculiar to them; understanding why and how they act like this, can impact on the type of pest control solution needed. I am known for my success in pest control and my work has been featured on the BBC documentary series “Oxford Street”.
This busy stretch of street – the busiest in Europe – has 300 shops and millions of visitors each year and needs to be kept pest-free. Sometimes, the methods used, although still safe and humane, need to be altered in order to match the change in how the pest reacts to certain baits and so on.
As a member of the National Pest Technicians Association, I am aware and contribute to all the latest research within the industry.
If you have a pest problem, regardless of how big or small, contact me today for a prompt response and a free onsite quotation.