Your home

We provide advice and assistance in identifying the most likely source of entry into your home and how to prevent future problems.

We employ professional, qualified pest control officers who will deal with your pest problems in a discreet, effective and comprehensive manner.

We will identify the extent of your problem and provide the most effective and efficient way to rid your property of unwanted guests.

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Council tenants do not have to pay for pest control services. To arrange an appointment, please contact your local housing office on 020 7926 8860.

We deal with pests and vermin, including:

We do not deal with:

  • bats
  • bees, which are protected – if you are having a problem with bees please contact the British Beekeepers Association
  • ladybirds
  • slugs
  • snails
  • spiders
  • woodworm – you will need to contact a specialist company

Costs for the pest control service

If you are a local authority or housing association tenant, or are renting your property from a private landlord, we suggest that you contact them first. It may be a service that they may have already made provision to pay for.

If you are a private customer, you will be asked to pay an initial £31 call-out fee. If you go ahead with the service, this fee will be included in the price of the treatment.

Council tenants do not have to pay for pest control services. To arrange an appointment, please contact your local housing office on 020 7926 8860.

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What makes treatment less effective

Factors that can make treatment less effective include:

  • re-infestation from outside sources
  • building defects
  • failure to take preventative precautions or advice on good housekeeping practices
  • weather conditions affecting outside treatments – some treatments are not effective against some insect pests before they hatch

Urban foxes

Foxes are a common sight in urban areas.

The RSPCA have information on living with foxes and deterring them if they're a nuisance.

See also our animal welfare page on living with foxes.