For over 90 years we have protected properties across the UK from pests
All our technicians are highly trained and certified pest controllers
Innovative and unique treatments that resolve pest problems effectively
We understand that finding pests in your home or business is a distressing situation.
Our Bath pest control team of local technicians, surveyors, field biologists, fumigation and avian specialists ready to deal with your pest problem quickly and safely - we offer:
Our Bath pest control team are BPCA certified and know the most effective ways to eliminate pests in your property.
They deal with pests quickly, professionally and with discretion, offering advice to help ensure your pest issue does not return. Our pest control services include:
Cockroaches - pose a health risk spreading diseases like Salmonella & Gastro-enteritis. We establish the exact species; find all their hiding spots, eliminating them safely & effectively.
Clothes Moths - larvae damage natural fibres in carpets, clothes, fabrics etc... putting delicate items at risk. Our team use the most appropriate & effective methods to eliminate clothes moths.
Flies - are a health risk, spreading diseases like Salmonella & E. coli. We effectively eliminate flies & treat breeding sites, which could lead to re-infestation.
Ants - our targeted sprays, selective baiting or drill & dust treatment (for internal voids) will eliminate your ant problem.
Wasps - our wasp nest treatments are targeted, ensuring effective control of the nest, based on its location. Our local team offer you expert advice to help prevent future wasp problems.
Nuisance Birds – our experienced avian specialists deal with pest birds like urban gulls & feral pigeons, using discreet, cost-effective deterrents, hawking & bird proofing that won’t harm the birds or disrupt your business.
Rats and mice are opportunistic scavengers flourishing in urban areas from Bathampton to Twerton, that can offer them easy food and shelter.
Rodents are omnivorous, eating anything from contents of refuse and compost bins and discarded left-overs to fruits and seeds in gardens and parks and food in our homes if they get in.
In AD 60 Romans built baths and a temple in the valley of the River Avon, calling it Aquae Sulis ("the waters of Sulis") then in the 17th century claims were made for the curative properties of water from the springs, and Bath (as we know it today) became popular as a spa town for the Georgians. By the 18th century, Bath was the most fashionable spa town in England.
Georgian architecture, crafted from Bath stone, which includes the Royal Crescent, Circus, Pump Room, Pulteney Bridge and Assembly Rooms as well as its Roman history led to Bath being designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Theatres, museums, literature festivals, cultural and sporting venues and over 400 retail shops, half of which are run by independent specialist retailers have helped to make Bath a major centre for tourism with more than one million staying visitors and 3.8 million day visitors to the city each year.
From the SouthGate shopping area near Bath Spa train station, to independent boutiques tucked away between the Royal Crescent and Circus, picturesque lanes and passageways, lined with over 100 delightful cafes, bars and restaurants Bath provides well for its visitors.
Bath also offers pests a plentiful source of food scraps for rats, pest birds, mice and cockroaches. Spilt takeaways, dropped litter and unsecured bin bags waiting for collection are potential food sources that will sustain pests in urban tourism areas of Bath.
Royal Victoria Park, below the famous Royal Crescent just a short stroll from the city centre, is a beautiful expanse of green parkland. Parade Gardens (located in the centre of Bath overlooking the River Avon) gives fine views of Robert Adams Pulteney Bridge and weir, attracting tourists, residents and also pests.
Pigeons, urban gulls as well as vermin like rats and mice – are attracted to these green oasis, offering places to hide and harbourages in which to nest. Rodents will also make use of nearby gardens, basements and lofts taking advantage of tight-knit Georgian terraced buildings to move swiftly between properties.
Our Bath professional pest control team are qualified to British Pest Control Association level 2 and above and have the knowledge, expertise and resources to deal with any pest issues.
Local technicians, field biologists and specialist bird control technicians are on hand from Kelston to Widcombe, Perrymead and beyond to respond quickly to help keep your home or business free from pests.
We understand that a pest problem in your property is very distressing and every pest infestation is different.
To enable us to provide an accurate price, our qualified pest control surveyors will contact you to discuss your pest infestation, and if necessary visit your premises to fully understand the extent of the infestation.
They can then recommend the most appropriate and effective treatment to solve your pest problem. Our professional pest control survey and quote are free of charge.