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Pest Control In Ealing

PEST UK (Ealing)
Garden Flat
11 Woodville Road
Ealing
W5 2SE
United Kingdom
Telephone: 020 8226 3669

Pest control in Ealing

Ealing is the 3rd largest borough in population and 11th largest in size in London. Its administrative centre is Ealing Broadway. It is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan.
PESTUK deal with a range of pests from rats and mice to bedbugs and cockroaches in the Ealing area, all treatable by our experienced and qualified technicians. We have many contracts in the area ranging from restaurants, offices and even private homes.

History

Historically a rural village, evidence shows that parts of Ealing has been occupied for the last 7,000 in Middlesex with the introduction of a railway station in 1838 the economy locally shifted to from market garden supply to suburban development. Many settlements of these early times were scattered along what is now known as St. Mary’s Road.

Economy

Ealing is most known for its film studios, which are the oldest in the world and known especially for the Ealing comedies such as- Kind Hearts and Coronets, Passport to Pimlico, The Ladykillers and The Lavender Hill Mob.
The studios were taken over by the BBC in 1955; this led to many iconic television programs including Doctor Who and Monty Python using Ealing as a filming location.
The studios have once again been used for the making of movies such as Notting Hill and the remake of St Trinian’s.

Culture and Community

Ealing is the host to several annual festivals including a Jazz Festival held in Walpole Park first held in 1984; CAMRA hold an annual Beer Festival which originally started within Ealing Town Hall, which due to its popularity moved to the Park to offer over 200 beers to attendees.

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones first met Brian Jones in 1962 at the Ealing Jazz Club, across from Ealing Broadway station, the club is now called the Red Room.

The Who also met their drummer Keith Moon at the Railway public house in Greenford.

H. G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds mentions ‘Castle Hill’, the name given in the authors time for the Castlebar Hill Victorian housing estate

Transport

The Great Western Main Line and the London Underground serve Ealing Broadway Station. Four other tube stations at North Ealing, South Ealing, Hanger Lane, Northfields and Ealing common also provide Service. The lines operating through Ealing are Piccadilly, Central and District lines. There are 18 buses that serve Ealing Broadway including night buses.

Education

Primary and Junior Schools within Ealing include-
Brentside Primary Academy, Christ the Saviour CE Primary School, Drayton Green Primary School, Fielding Primary School, Grange Primary School, Little Ealing Primary School, Montpelier Primary School, Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School, North Ealing Primary School St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School and St John’s Primary School.

Secondary Schools include-
Acton High School, Alec Reed Academy, Brentside High school, Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School, Dormers Wells High School, Drayton Manor High School, Ealing Fields High School, Enthrone Park High School, Featherstone High School, Greenford High School, Northolt High School, The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls, Twyford High School, Villiers High School and William Perkin Church of England High School.

Sports

Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club played their first match in 1869 on Ealing Common before the founding of the Rugby Football Union in 1871. The early years saw regular fixtures against Wasps, London Irish and Harlequins. For a long period they had a 75% win rate. In the season of 2014-15 the Trailfinders took first place with 136 points, nine points ahead of their rivals Rosslyn Park.

Please click on the menu bar to the left to see the wide range of pests we deal with.

Rats - You may see rats during daylight hours but they prefer to operate at night.
Ants - Worker ants will frequently enter dwellings foraging for food, particularly sweet substances.
Cockroaches - Cockroaches are mainly nocturnal so they are more likely to be seen at night.
Squirrels - The most common complaint about Squirrels is when they take residence in a loft space.
Mice - You may see, hear or smell a mouse problem or see other evidence such as burrowing in insulation or soil.
Wasps - Wasps are aggressive and will sting readily if they think the nest is in danger.