Meet Michael Coates of Combat Pest Control
Michael (Combat Pest Control founder) & Gary (West London Pest Control founder) are brothers that both served in the British Army together, so they have ALWAYS been part of a team.
Combat Pest Control & West London Pest Control are now in partnership. Combat will be servicing all new enquiries in the W postcode areas. Call now and you will be put through to Combats operations team and all works will be carried out using Combats systems, pricing and accountability.
Why do pest problems need dealing with… and quickly?
ALL pest control problem and issues need dealing with quickly and here’s why:
Damage – many pests can cause damage to buildings, gardens and so on. It can happen quickly too. The rat, for example, in its need to constantly build a nest, with gnaw and chew through almost anything, from wood to cardboard, materials and soft furnishings.
The woodworm, not a worm at all but a beetle, can also cause damage inside wooden items which is invisible to our eyes. Allowed to continue and the integral structure of the item can be seriously weakened.
Health – some pests are irritating and a nuisance; the carpet beetle does not carry disease, for example, but damages natural fibres such as carpets. But some pests are downright dangerous. Mice spread disease, as do rats. Cockroaches spread salmonella across the floor, worktops, anything they touch in fact. The wasp and the bee can deliver a fatal sting, an allergy that many customers across W1 may not be aware of until it is too late.
Expense – again, pest control issues and infestations can be expensive to deal with, and any damage rectified. Dealing with a pest as soon as it is spotted can be a far less expensive in terms of treatment than allowing it to spiral out of control. As soon as you spot signs of a possible pest infestation – even if you are not sure what is causing the problem or where – call me for an immediate, yet discreet response.
If you have a pest problem in W1, don’t wait or hesitate – call Combat Pest Control.