Welcome to Pestforce Pest Control Llandovery
When you call us, you'll get....
- A quick response
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When we work for you, you can relax because you're totally protected. Everything our experienced and friendly operators do for you is Insured and Guaranteed.
So whether it's your house, your garden, your farm, your football pitch, your golf course, your bowls lawn, your cricket pitch ...... or even your own private runway that's being affected, by now you'll realise your Pest problems are in safe hands with us.
If you're worried about your pets ......... don't be. Pest and pets might be spelt with the same letters, but we understand the way you feel about them is very different. ...... We always make sure that whatever we do to tackle your pest problem is pet friendly.
How can we be so sure we'll tackle your problems effectively? Because our highly trained operators have access to a wide range of different pest control solutions and a specialised laboratory to help us diagnose those really rare pests that occasionally pop up and give us on the spot advice if we need it.
So let's get moving. The sooner you pick the phone and call us, the sooner your pest problems will be just an unpleasant memory.
Hornets in Llandovery, SA20 - 10th October 2022
We have done very few hornets nest this year possibly 3 but this was the biggest hornet’s nest I have seen with. I find hornets a lot more docile then wasps and have never been stung but the sheer size of a hornet scares me into thinking it hurts. Touch wood I never find out. It was a beautiful walk up to a small work shop through some trees which was a great start to the day for both me and Poppy, even though it is a free call back for hornets we have never had one as we find they are less hardy then wasps and the same was with this nest. One quick puff of powder into the entrance the soon started falling from the sky in disgust and haven’t had any more issues with them since.
Wasp Nest in LLandovery SA20
Was Called to a well-known school in the area and was asked to look at a wasp nest in the grounds under a tree stump, I signed in using the proper procedures and was shown to the wasp nest. The nest was very active with two entrances coming out from around the tree stump and with the possibility of one stinging any nearby children the school wanted it treated. I Treated the wasp nest with insecticide dust before sitting in the van for a bit doing some paper work and listening to Ken Bruce deliver pop master on radio 2. After Pop master had finished I went back to check on the nest where I could clearly see the queen leaving the nest as she was not a very happy lady. I left feeling confident the nest would have dispersed with in the next two days without there queen.