With locally based engineers covering all areas, Express Earls Court Pest Control specialise in all types of pest services including pest removal, pest elimination and pest prevention using the most advanced methods.
Express Pest Control Earls Court pride ourselves on offering one of the areas premier 24 hour emergency pest control solutions. In certain situations a pest can be more than just a pest. Health hazards and even fatalities have resulted from poor judgment and advice. When a pest problem occurs that requires an immediate response we offer complete pest solutions including insect control, rodent control and bird control throughout Earls Court 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Highly skilled Earls Court pest controllers are on standby with fully equipped vans containing all the necessary equipment to carry out any pest service. With an Express local Earls Court pest controller you know your in safe hands. We have had many recommendations through word of mouth. This is due to our policy of putting customer satisfaction as well as safety, above all else.
With local pest controllers available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Earls Court Pest Controllers have rapid emergency response time for both planned and emergency pest work. We can provide you with a quick and effective solution.
All of our pest work is insurance approved, so you can trust our pest controllers to provide you with a reliable, efficient service every time. With years of knowledge in the trade, our expert pest controllers have developed a reputation for professionalism and quality workmanship. With no call-out charge or any hidden extras, let us help resolve your pest dilemma today.
Our expert advisers are available day or night to offer you free advice and a no-obligation quotation for any pest work. We can also provide you with a written estimate should you require it. Call us today to book an appointment with one of our professional pest controllers at a time that best suits you.
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Grey squirrel populations appear to be on the increase, and they are now increasingly prevalent in residential areas. Squirrels can be a nuisance in the garden by disturbing plants and eating bird food. However, the major concern is when they enter roof spaces of buildings.
Red Squirrels are an indigenous species, and they are protected by law due to dwindling numbers. Grey Squirrels can sometimes find their way into people’s houses via attics and the basement, and are more than happy to use them as nests.
Similar traps to those used for rodents are also used for squirrels; in most cases we use a Warfarin-based poison. Prior to 2008, if a pest control officer caught a grey squirrel, it could not be released back into the wild, and instead had to be humanely destroyed. The law has now changed, and it is possible to release grey squirrels back into the wild, with a special license required.