Welcome to Pestforce Pest Control Belfast!
No matter what your pest control problem is, you need it dealing with fast and efficiently – in other words, as soon as the pest control van has turned the corner, you don’t want to see the family of rats moving back in to your shed!
If you have a pest control problem – even if you are unsure – then call me, Steve McCart.
I guarantee fast, effective remedies AND advice on how to avoid pest problems in the future.
Call me direct for an immediate response: 07584 566 999
Pest Control Services in Belfast
When things become unbalanced, there is a pest – whether it’s a rodent, bird or insect – that will seek out this opportunity and settle themselves in to their new home, taking advantage of the conditions that are right for them.
Rats and mice, for example, make their nests in draught free, water tight areas and do not welcome the company of humans. The recent wet winters have meant that these pesky rodents have decided to make their way into our cellars, industrial units, garages, sheds and other outbuildings where they can be warm and safe. Even better is if there is an inexhaustible food source nearby; in this recycling age, most garden now have a compost with rats and mice love! However, when they strip material such as wood and soft furnishings etc. for their nesting material, the damage can be costly.
Insects can also be a problem, from woodworm, beetles and wasps etc. in the garden or insects in the home such as bedbugs or fleas.
Many people are embarrassed when their home has an infestation, believing that it is as a result of poor hygiene or cleanliness. This is not the case! Bugs and fleas arrive in our home in a number of ways – possibly on pets or guests. Unfortunately, in some cases, they are also brought back as holiday souvenirs. These bugs and insects need immediate treatment, as their life cycle needs to be broken in order for them to be effectively and completely eradicated from the home. I also control and remove moths, flies, ants, carpet beetle, spiders, midges, cockroaches and more.
Not many people think that weeds and plants are pests but in recent years, the Japanese Knotweed and the Giant Hogweed have become major problems in Bangor, as well as across many other areas.
These invasive plants, brought to the UK from Asia back in the 19th Century, have been causing extensive damage to property, as well as commercial premises, derelict buildings and pathways. They are incredibly tough plants – the Japanese Knotweed has an extensive underground root system that is hard to destroy and the Giant Hogweed can produce 1500 seeds, and scatter them with 4 metres creating its own plant nursery. As well as causing damage to your property, the Giant Hogweed can also present a danger to public and animal health. These plants are skin irritants!
I can help if you are having problems with Pigeons and Seagulls, to mention just two… I specialise in bird proofing and bird control. I also provide woodworm treatments and can remove and control foxes, rabbits and squirrels.
- I enjoy the outdoors – whether working or spending my leisure time – and am devoted to maintain the ecological balance.
- I am a registered and active member of both the British Pest Control Association and the National Pest Technicians Association.
- I stay up to date with current practice methods and legal requirements of pest control work too.
- I have also been heard giving professional advice on local BBC Radio as well as appeared on BBC TV.
- I have successfully completed the Level 2 ‘pest Control and Management Control’ certificate, awarded by the Royal Society for Public Health.
- I also hold risk management certification, and am able to use gassing techniques for the humane eradication of some pests.
I have complete pest control eradication in and around domestic properties as a huge number of commercial premises including:
- Sports facilities
- Food retail and storage units
- Residential and nursing homes
- Factories, industrial units and storage facilities
- Local authority contract work
- Educational establishments such as schools, nurseries
- Letting and estate agents
- Student accommodation and other facilities
- Agricultural premises such as farms, livery yards, riding schools etc
- Hotels and other guest accommodation units
- Country estates and historic buildings
- and many more
Please find below a list of the areas that Pestforce Belfast covers.
If you do not find your area listed, please call on 028 9016 0456 as I still may be able to help, or may know a more local pest controller.
Aldergrove, Andersonstown, Annahilt, Ardglass, Ballinderry Lower, Ballinderry Upper, Ballygomartin, Ballygowan, Ballyhornan, Ballykinler, Ballynahinch, Ballysillan, Belfast, Belfast Airport, Belmont, Cargacreevy, Carryduff, Castlereagh, Castleward, Clough, Comber, Conlig, County Antrim, County Down, Cregagh, Crossgar, Crossnacreevy, Crumlin, Culcavy, Derriaghy, Downpatrick, Dromara, Dromore, Drumalig, Drumaness, Drumbo, Dunadry, Dundonald, Dundrod, Dunmurry, Falls Road, Finaghy, Finnis, Gilnahirk, Glenavy, Glencairn, Hannahstown, Highfield, Hilden, Hillhall, Hillsborough, Holywood, Kilclief, Killard, Killinchy, Killough, Killyleagh, Knock, Knockbreda, Lambeg, Loughinisland, Malone, Moneyrea, Muckamore, Newtownbreda, Northern Ireland, Nutts Corner, Ormeau, Randalstown, Saintfield, Sandy Row, Seaforde, Shankill Road, Springmartin, Stoneyford, Stormont, Strangford, Stranmillis, Sydenham, Taughmonagh, The Village, Toomebridge, Toye, Upper Ballysillan, Waringsford, Woodvale
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