Covid 19

COVID-19 Advice for Pest Control

Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic we are continuing to offer our services. Following the latest Government guidance on Coronavirus, we are not currently providing services to you IF any of the following apply to either yourself or anyone in your household:

  • You, or a member of your household, have tested positive for Coronavirus or suspected​ and awaiting a test result.

  • You are experiencing the following symptoms

    • Persistent Cough​

    • Fever

    • Shortness of breath

    • Loss of taste/smell



As of April 2020, The Pest Control Industry have been classed as key workers during the COVID-19 pandemic by DEFRA (Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) to ensure the food chain always stays safe and keeps moving. With the 2020 lockdown measures, pest technicians have seen a dramatic rise in rodent infestations and has only given more need for this work during a pandemic.

We are doing all we can to ensure we carry out our work in the most COVID safe way and we recognise that allowing a pest technician into your property is an emergency to you.

If you are concerned about the potential spread of the virus, particularly if you are in contact with immunocompromised or elderly people, please be assured that our pest technicians are disinfecting their equipment, products and inside of their vehicles regularly using high strength disinfectants available to us, wearing masks and washing hands regularly between every job.

Please also be assured that in the summer months much of our work, especially with wasps, involves working outside and will ensure it is easy to maintain social distancing. If we do need to enter your property, please allow at least 2 metres at all times.

If you have any concerns at all. Please contact us and we will attempt to give you the best advice we can relating to how we carry out our work.

We thank you always for supporting a local family business and for helping us take the necessary measures to keep the elderly and the vulnerable in our community safe.

Hand Hygiene