We provide professional pest control services for rats, mice, fleas, wasps, cluster flies and clothes moths. All treatments are carried out by qualified and experienced operatives.
A charge is made for visits/treatments. Charges are valid from 1 April 2016 and include VAT.
The charges must be paid before work is started, payment can be taken at the time of booking the appointment. Operatives cannot carry cash so please have the exact payment ready if paying by cash when they call - thank you.
|Wasps' nests (additional nests at same time, +50% charge for each)||60.00|
|Wasps - advice visit or callout charge for missed appointments||29.00|
We do not offer services for bees.
Rodent treatments are for a single domestic property, including immediate gardens and grounds, occupied by one family.
|Rats or mice treatment (normally up to 3 visits)||68.00|
|Rats or mice - advice visit or callout charge for missed appointments||34.50|
|Squirrels -(inside Premises only)||115.00|
Additional charges may be made if:
- the property is occupied by more than one family
- further visits are required
- there are pets or livestock in affected outbuildings, stables or land.
Treatments below are for up to a standard 3-bedroomed house; additional rooms are charged at £17.50.
|Pharoah ants - subject to survey||-|
|Advice visits for insects or callout charge for missed appointments||35.00|
If you receive any of the following income related benefits, you are entitled to a discount on charges:
- Income support
- Housing Benefit
- Guaranteed Pension Credit
- Council Tax relief (Other than Sole Occupancy Relief).
Please note charges are subject to change according to charges set by our contractor.
Complete an online Pest Control Form to notify us about a pest problem.
Alternatively, please contact the Environmental Health customer support team on 01483 523393 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and to book a treatment.
We do not currently provide pest control services for problems caused by:
- birds (including pigeons and gulls)
The council cannot recommend any particular contractor, but you should satisfy yourself that any pest control operations you use are reputable. Some websites also have useful pest identification and advice facilities.
Do you have a swarm of bees?
If you have a swarm of bees sometimes a local bee keepers will collect them you can find more information on bee's on the British Bee keeper Associations website there is also a search tool to locate a local Bee Keeper by postcode. http://www.bbka.org.uk
Page owner: Paul Shrimpton. Last updated: 29/04/2016 10:14