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PESTUK in your area

Jun 09 in Pests

PESTUK was established in 1985, originally serving the Berkshire area. Over the years we have expanded and now PESTUK can be found in your area. These areas include- Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Surrey, Buckinghamshire, West London, South London and North London.

PESTUK in your area

We are contactable 24 hours a day. Customers can rest assured knowing they will never speak to a machine with us but always a person. We work 7 days a week and our offices opening hours are as follows-

Monday to Friday 8am to 7:30pm (Summer) and 8am to 6:30pm (Winter)

Saturday 8am to 5pm

Sunday 9:30 to 4pmPESTUK in your area

Pests we treat

We treat all manner of pests found in the UK. This includes- rats and mice, squirrels, foxes, moles and rabbits. insects such as bedbugs, fleas, cockroaches and ants. Bees, wasps and hornets can also be treated by our fully trained and fully insured technicians.

Why use PESTUK

PESTUK are members of the BPCA. Our technicians are fully trained and insured to follow the law and guidelines set out by the BPCA, the national governing body for pest control in the UK. All technicians are CRB checked. We have contracts with a number of schools within our coverage area and also have contracts with many restaurants and industrial businesses. We can also supply contract services to private homes and proofing from rodent damage and solar panel proofing.

PESTUK in your areaUsing a BPCA member company ensures you have a qualified, fully insured company treating your pest problem and not a cowboy company who can do more damage than good.

PESTUK have offices in BalhamOxfordGuildfordEnfield, Potters Bar, Reading,  Shepperton, Wantage,  SalisburySt Albans, Stevenage and Ware.

Call us on 0330 100 2811 to book an appointment regarding- PESTUK in your area, or any other pest problem you may have.

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