Pest control for both household and commercial properties
All survey visits take place Monday to Friday and we can offer slots in the morning or afternoon dependent on your area.
We provide competitive rates for dealing with most pests.
All treatments are carried out as humanely as possible, using approved products.
To book a pest control appointment call 01993 861000.
Survey and treatment fees must be paid for in advance. If no treatment is necessary we will refund the treatment cost.
Household fees (including VAT)
|Rats, mice, squirrels||£62.53 per course of treatment or £20.81 if you receive benefits*||The price includes an initial survey/treatment and a further two visits for treatment where necessary|
|Wasps||£60.04 per visit||Other wasps nests treated during visit only £29.84 each|
|Other insects such as cockroaches, bed bugs, fleas, cluster flies etc||£78.71 for first treatment||Follow up visits within a set timeframe, including treatment £41.97|
|Pest control survey||£20.81||Aborted visits - see charges below|
*qualifying benefits are Housing Benefit, Council Tax Support, Job Seeker Allowance or Employment and Support Allowance (income based only).
If a visit is booked, but you are absent at the agreed time and the treatment cannot go ahead, then you will be charged a fee of £20.81 for residential premises.
Commercial premises fees (including VAT)
All commercial bookings require an initial deposit of £100.02. An officer will then visit and quote for the work. If the quote is not accepted the deposit will be refunded minus the survey fee of £20.81
This refers to all pests excluding wasps. Wasps are treated at a set price of £100.02
Contact us for more details.
Bees are not classified as pests, as they are important in the pollination of fruit and flowers. They should not be destroyed, unless they are in a location that is causing a danger to humans or pets. More advice is available from the British Bee Keepers Association or contact Witney Bees who offer advice and a local swarms officer for West Oxfordshire.
Any treatments booked for wasps, when the problem is actually bees, will be fully charged.
Preventing pest problems
There are actions you can take to prevent pests from becoming a problem. Do not feed pigeons in public places. Any food not eaten is likely to attract rats and you may be prosecuted under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 for littering.
Further information on pest control
We can serve notice on the owners/occupiers of rat-infested land requiring that they get rid of the infestation.
If you are a food business or require pest control for deer, foxes, rabbits, moles or birds please see the 'pest and vermin control' section of the Yellow Pages.
For information on badgers, contact the RSPCA on 0870 5555999.