Rentokil Pest Control lincoln
103 Sadler Rd
Call to Book a Survey 0800 218 2210
The east coast, from North Lincolnshire to East Riding is a varied mix of coastal towns and cities sat alongside lively country market towns and rural villages. At one time divided by the river Humber, its canals, tributaries and tidal estuary, it is now united by the Humber Bridge - a single-span suspension bridge which is the seventh largest in the world.
It is a diverse landscape, from medieval Lincoln with its Castle, Cathedral and infamous Roman Road (aptly named 'Steep Hill' in part); to the long established docks on both sides of the Humber. There are urban, suburban, industrial, coastal and rural niches where pests can hide, nest and thrive.
Quality, local technicians, field biologists and specialist bird control technicians are on hand to respond quickly to help keep your home or business free from pests.
PestConnect is an intelligent pest management system, providing 24/7 remote monitoring and immediate control of rodent pests
Tourists flock to the attractions of historic Lincoln, but nuisance birds like gulls and feral pigeons also enjoy the cream teas and fish & chips on offer, whilst rodents will scavenge any scraps left behind. Our skilled local experts know how to find where these pests can hide and know the most effective ways with which to control them.
Our Lincoln team (qualified to British Pest Control Association level 2 and above) have the expertise, knowledge and resources to deal with any pest issues quickly and efficiently. From mice and rats to problems with insects like cockroaches and bed bugs or nuisance birds (such as pigeons and seagulls) Rentokil expertise is never far away.
Rodents are commensal pests, scavengers thriving in our urban landscapes from Cornhill to Brayford Pool, if there is easily available food and shelter. The quickest and most effective way to get rid of rats or mice is by professional, targeted treatments.
Check for common signs - droppings and shed skin to see if you have a cockroach problem
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