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Pest Control in Bath

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.

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.

Areas covered by our Bath Pest Control Team

The Bath branch of Rentokil Pest Control covers:
  • Bath
  • Charlcombe
  • Bathampton
  • Claverton
  • Combe Down
  • Upper Swainswick
  • Kelston
  • Corston
  • Widcombe
  • Twerton
  • Larkhall
  • Lower Weston
  • Newton St. Loe
  • The Oval
  • Perrymead

Pest Control expertise throughout Bath

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 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.

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