King's Lynn

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Pest Control in King's Lynn

King's Lynn, known locally as Lynn and until 1537 as Bishop's Lynn, is a seaport and market town. It’s the northernmost town on the River Great Ouse, situated about 5 miles (8 km) south of the Wash. West Lynn, on the west bank of the Great Ouse, is linked to the town centre by one of the oldest ferries in the country. During the 14th century, Lynn ranked as England's most important port, considered as vital during the Middle Ages as Liverpool was during the Industrial Revolution.

King's Lynn has always been a centre for the fishing and seafood (inshore prawns, shrimps and cockles for example). It remains the location for much agricultural-related industry including food processing. The Port of King's Lynn continues to this day handling dry bulk cargo such as cereals and liquid bulk products like petroleum products and timber imported from Scandinavia and the Baltics. Insect infestations can damage goods and commodities being transported by shipping containers through commercial ports such as King’s Lynn. Port areas can also offer pest birds and rodent’s safe harbourage and an opportunity to scavenge.

Areas We Cover across King's Lynn

The Norfolk branch of Rentokil Pest Control covers:
  • King's Lynn
  • West Lynn
  • Gaywood
  • Clenchwarton
  • West Winch
  • Saddle Bow
  • Setchey
  • Wormgay
  • Terrington St.Clement
  • Wolferton
  • Narborough
  • Swaffham
  • Fakenham
  • Blakeney

King's Lynn Pest Control Services

Our expert and BPCA certified pest control team in King's Lynn; know the most effective ways to eliminate pests in your property. They will deal with any infestation quickly, with professionalism and discretion, offering advice to help ensure the pest problem does not return.

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