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Book a pest control appointment

Our pest control team are currently only carrying out work if:

  • It's outside
  • There is access to the area via an external route 
  • There is no contact with the resident at the property

Once work is complete the pest operative will put a note through the door or leave it in a safe place explaining what has been done and the location of any bait.

You must make the contact centre staff aware if they have pets so different bait can be used if any. During the appointment you must also ensure that all domestic animals and pets are not in the garden.

Anyone requiring treatment inside a property will be dealt with on a case by case basis by the Environmental Health Manager.

The council's expert pest control team have the resources and knowledge to deal with your pest problem quickly and effectively. 

We can treat for: We don't treat for:
RatsFoxes
WaspsScabies
MiceLice
FleasRabbits
CockroachesMoles
BedbugsSquirrels
WoodliceWoodworm
SilverfishBats
AntsBirds
 Bees and honey bees

    Advice & costs

    We can offer advice on a variety of common pests, but if you still require a visit from our team, please get in touch. If you have children and/or pets, let us know so we can discuss the treatment plan with you.

    Call us on 0345 129 4870 Monday to Friday to book an appointment.

    Please note that all pest control fees for treatment are non-refundable.

    Advice for businesses

    We also offer a commercial pest control service

    Disclaimer

    We use professional grade pesticides which contain different active ingredients to those available to buy in general stores. We will leave an advice sheet with details about any poisons used and emergency contact information should you have any health and safety concerns.

    It is sometimes necessary for the room, part of a premises or a whole premises to be vacated for a period of time after the treatment, we will provide advice before and after the treatment takes place.

    The council cannot accept liability for injury or ill health resulting from failures to follow this advice.