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Pest Control Scunthorpe - Brigg - Gainsborough - Immingham - Caistor - Barton upon Humber in North Lincolnshire

If you've got moles, rats, mice, wasps, fleas, bees, ants, rabbits, woodworm or birds causing you problems... we can help you.

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Pestforce North Lincolnshire

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Pestforce North Lincolnshire Pest Control

Serving Gainsborough, Scunthorpe, Brigg, Caistor, Immingham, Barton upon Humber and all surrounding areas.

Welcome to Pestforce North Lincolnshire Pest Control, your local pest control service serving the towns of Gainsborough, Scunthorpe, Brigg, Caistor, Immingham and Barton upon Humber.

There is no doubt that for any homeowner, tenant or business owner to find that they are inundated or infested with any kind of pest is an uncomfortable and unpleasant experience. Business customers, for example, need the pest problem dealing with quickly, effectively and discreetly.

Guaranteed success and here’s why:

I have successfully gained the level 2 qualification in ‘Pest Control & Management’ from the Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH). This certificated course covers in depth the problems caused by invertebrates and vertebrates, along with effective treatment and prevention methods. This qualification also covers the use, transportation and use of various pesticides and insecticides.

Safety is an important consideration within pest control and I take this very seriously.
Where possible, I use chemicals which do not harm children, pets or non-target animals or insects.

I am also a member of the British Pest Control Association (BPCA). This independent trade body was set up to professionalise the pest control industry, setting standards for qualifications etc. By being an active member of the organisation I am up to date with current legislation, pest control practices and issues.

I hold many additional specialist training courses as part of my continuing professional development including a full ‘firearms & shotgun’ certificate, bird proofing techniques, insect identification, gassing technique training and certification, wasp nest removal training and use of specialist pesticides.

My work is also fully insured as I carry Public Liability Insurance up to the value of £5 million.

I deal with all types of pests. Some pest control issues are seasonal – such as wasp nest removal – other pest issues are related to environmental factors such as prolonged wet weather and flooding. Occasionally, the biological balance of the environment can be disrupted by a variety of factors combining together creating the perfect conditions for some pests to thrive.

Moles are an example of this. They build intricate tunnel systems and have long been the established enemy of the gardener but they eat worms & insects that are welcome in the garden. Moles, in normal numbers and situations are not considered a pest. However, should there be changes in their normal ‘home’ environment, they will move elsewhere and on occasion into the gardeners grounds.

Moles, to a certain extent are also territorial although they will share common ‘corridors’. If a set of tunnels become vacant (that is, the resident mole leaves) then another mole will simply move in. All this happens beneath our feet, rarely presenting an issue until the mole population becomes so large that the number of molehills (the waste soil generated from when the moles dig their homes) becomes unacceptable.

Neither do you want mole hills in the middle of bowling greens, sports fields and other key areas!

I am an expert and experienced mole catcher, believing in the humane trapping and removal of moles.

I deal with all manner of pests from the very smallest to the largest – wasp nest removal, bee control, birds, rats, mice, squirrel control, rabbits, foxes and other ‘pest’ including insects such as ants, moths, insects, beetles, woodworm, flies, cockroaches, silverfish, spiders and more.

I have worked with hundreds of customers including:

Domestic customers, whether homeowners or tenants and the pest control problem can be in or outside of the home

Business customers such as

  • Schools, colleges, day nurseries and centres, play areas
  • Sporting facilities, such as local football and rugby clubs, to cricket clubs, gold courses etc.
  • Accommodation providers from letting agents to private landlords, housing associations, care homes, nursing homes, day centres, secure accommodation etc.
  • Food preparation and outlets from pubs, take away outlets, restaurants, fast food chains, teashops and corner shops, to name but a few
  • Agricultural customers require a bespoke pest control service; I have worked on local farms, private stables, kennels, catteries and other animal rearing settings
  • Other business settings include office blocks etc. as well as industrial settings, including warehousing, units and other areas
  • I have also completed pest control assignments in cemeteries, graveyards, construction and building sites, country estates and houses, mobile home parks, caravan sites and more

As a skilled pest control technician, I can leave you pest-free in next to no time; call me to find out more!

Pestforce North Lincolnshire Pest Control is available for all residential, commercial, and agricultural jobs in Gainsborough, Scunthorpe, Brigg, Caistor, Immingham, Barton upon Humber - North Lincolnshire.

Areas Covered

Ashby, Barnetby, Barrow upon Humber, Barton Upon Humber, Blyton, Bottesford, Brandy Wharf, Brigg, Brocklesby, Broughton, Burton upon Stather, Caenby Corner, Caistor, Corringham, Corrington, East Stockwith, Elsham, Fillingham, Gainsborough, Glentham, Glentworth, Gunness, Healing, Heapham, Hemswell Cliff, Hemswell Village, Hibaldstow, Immingham, Kexby, Killingholme, Kirton in Lindsey, Knaith, Laughton, Lea, Messingham, Moortown, Nettleton, Normanby, Redbourne, Scawby, Scotter, Scunthorpe, Susworth, Ulceby, Upton, Waddingham, Willoughton, Winterton, Wooton, Worlaby, Wrawby, Wressle, Yaddlethorpe

Counties Covered

Lincolnshire, Lincs, North Lincolnshire, North Lincs

Postcodes Covered

DN15, DN16, DN17, DN18, DN19, DN20, DN21, DN38, DN39, DN40, DN41, LN7