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If you have rats, mice, squirrels, wasps or another manner of pest, call our team today and we will be happy to help.

Pest Control West End

Pestforce West End

Sean Banks

WestEnd@pest-force.co.uk

General Enquiries
0208 088 0356

Out of Office Hours
07500 443 535

Customer Reviews

I’m Sean Banks and I am the owner and Senior Technician and have a close knit team of highly skilled Pest Controllers at Pestforce Pest Control West End.

If you have a pest problem – or think you may have a pest problem – then call me or a member of my team and get not only one of the best pest control services in the area, but great advice too!

We are local to you and can be with you same day when necessary. We have recently gained the rare feat of a Distinction in my BPCA/RSPH Level 2 making us one of the best qualified Pest Controllers around. We service all W & SW postcode areas including the West End London.

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Pest Control Services in the West End

  • Rodents
  • Rats
  • Mice
  • Squirrels
  • Ants
  • Wasps
  • Bees
  • Cockroaches
  • Fleas
  • Bedbugs
  • Beetles
  • Flies
  • Moths
  • Spiders
  • Earwigs
  • Maggots
  • Woodworm
  • Birds
  • Pigeons
  • Silverfish  

Common Pest Problems in the West End

  • Rats – a massive problems in all areas, not just the West End. The way we live, the rubbish that is a welcome food source to rats, all contribute to their numbers swelling. Prolific breeders, their numbers can swell within weeks! But, as well as being a nuisance they also carry a bacteria that when humans come into contact with it, can make us very ill.
  • Pigeons – they can cause a huge amount of damage to buildings when the roost and nest. Rather than having expensive repair bills on a regular basis, why not invest in bird proofing equipment instead? These methods effectively and humanely stop birds from roosting on buildings.
  • Insect infestations – more common than you think, many people find that they homes are under attack from small, tiny, almost-too-small-to-see insects! These pesky little creatures find their way into our homes in a variety of ways – on our pets, our clothes, bags or simply blown in through an open window. Either way, our warm, well-insulated homes provide a perfect place for them to multiply and live.
Call Sean or Mark today you local Emergency Pest Control in West & South West London on 07500 443535 for advice, request a rapid response callout or to see how we can best help you. 

Can I Deal With a Pest Problem Myself?

If caught early enough, some shop bought remedies and deep cleaning can be effective but all too often, we do not realise there is a problem until the problem has become sufficiently ingrained so that we notice, for example, seeing a rat during the day, notice fleas on the soft furnishing or waking up in the morning with a row of bites on us, indicating we may be sharing our bed with bedbugs.

As a qualified pest controller, I have many methods and chemicals available for use. Many customers are concerned about the use of chemicals; be assured that I will only use the safest methods for use in and around your home and business, including areas where children and pets play. Likewise, the preservation of wildlife and the environment is a priority

I hold several specialist certificates including effective treatment of rats and mice, as well as some of the latest Rodent Proofing techniques AND, all my pest control work is insured with Public Liability Insurance (£10m) and guaranteed too.

Who I work with...

I work with all domestic customers in and around the West End, as well as all commercial premises including:

·       Landlords, letting agents and estate agents

·       Hostels, student accommodation, elderly accommodation and assisted living

·       Hotels, B&Bs and all types of tourist accommodation

·       Restaurants, pubs and all food preparation and outlets

·       Retail units of all kinds

·       Sporting complexes and clubs

·       Tourist attractions

·       Parks and open spaces, including car parks

·       Schools, colleges and nurseries

·       Local authority work

Need pest control services and live in any of the following W postcode areas below, please click the town to find out more:

WestendKensingtonActonHanwellHammersmith Ealing - Chiswick  Westminster

Recent Jobs

Clothes Moths in a London Museum - February 2020

We had an interesting call a few months ago from a well known museum in Central London.  The director of the museum reported a long standing issue with Common Clothes Moths in two particular rooms where there are a number of natural fabrics that are very valuable.  The existing pest control provider had been proposing highly expensive heat treatments to the client that just did not meet there needs.  We consulted our team of specialists and the technical team at our suppliers and we're able to come up with an alternative, cost effective approach that met the clients specification.

Importantly the common clothes moth (Tineola bisselliella) is one of the more aggressive species of moth.  They are small (5-8mm long) and tend to crawl around only flying when its warm.  They will avoid lighter areas and hide in dark places, laying batches of eggs on natural fibres such as wool, cottons, furs and feathers.  The larvae then go on to hatch from the eggs, spin silk like webbing into a sort of tunnel across the attacked material or fabric.  These larvae will then proceed to eat the fibres within the fabric, which causes holes in clothes, fabrics and loss of pile in carpets.

The solution we were able to offer the client in this fragile environment was critically discreet and posed no risk of damage to any of the irreplaceable artefacts.  The approach was what you might describe as more passive with the longer-term solution in mind.  The product used is called Exosect Auto-confusion.  In summary, unlike more conventional pheromone traps which monitor moth numbers, Exosect is an ‘auto-confusion’ system which employs pheromones to control moths.  Using Exosect’s Entostat powder technology, Exosect uniquely produces an automatic transfer of a confusion effect in male moths. This process (auto-confusion) spreads sexual confusion throughout the male moth population thereby interrupting the mating cycle and reducing the moth population.

The client was really keen to start the treatment as quickly as possible, but unfortunately the museum was tied into a pest control service contract with the current service provider.  Unbelievably they had to give 6 months notice to exit the agreement or would be subject to excessive fees.   We are delighted to say that after 6 months the client has come back to us free of the old contract.  We started the treatment this week, which included a detailed survey of the affected areas to establish hot spots of infestation and installation of the lures (cream like tablets) inside discreet pods.  We also methodically distributed standard pheromone monitors to help assess the moth issue for both a reduction in moth numbers and identify problem areas.  This will help ensure the treatment is effective.  

We have integrated this passive moth treatment as part of a pest control service agreement which includes rodent control for rats, mice and crawling insect monitoring.  This is all with no fixed term contract.  We simply deliver an exceptional service that our clients renew each quarter because they want to, not because are tied into a contract.  

Drainage Fly Infestation in the West End (W1) - 20th November 2019

One of the Pestforce Pest Control West End team attended a call to a report of flies in a large office.  On investigation we quickly confirmed the flies were Sewer/Drain Flies (Psychoda).  We had to search the building for likely sources of the problem and eventually identified a sink waste bottle trap as being the problem.  We dismantled the sink unit pipework, before cleaning through all joints to remove the fly larvae and the associated feeding materials including sludge, fungi and bacteria.  We then treated the sink unit with a suitable product for water courses (PX-Viribus) to ensure any harbourage was thoroughly clean.  To deal with the adult flies that were driving staff crazy, we treated the office area using an Ultra Low Volume fog to knock the flying insects down in each room.  A light residual insecticide spray was also done in the bathroom area where the flies had been constantly seen adjacent the sink unit to help eradicate any remaining adult flies.  Its now been 7 days since we did treatment and called the client yesterday to confirm the problem was resolved.  The client was very happy and advised the flies had gone.


General Enquiries
0208 088 0356

Out of Office Hours
07500 443 535

Customer Reviews

Areas Covered

Aldwych, Bloomsbury, Bond Street, Brent, Camden, Chancery Lane, Charing Cross, Covent Garden, Embankment, Finsbury, Fitzrovia, Goodge Street, Gray's Inn, Great Portland Street, High Holborn, Holborn, Islington, Kensington Olympia, Kings Cross, Leicester Square, Little Venice, Marble Arch, Marylebone, Mayfair, Oxford Circus, Oxford Street, Park Lane, Piccadilly Circus, Queens Park, Regent Street, Russell Square, Shaftesbury Avenue, Shepherds Bush, Soho, St Pancras, St. Pancras, Strand, Temple, Tottenham Court Road, Trafalgar Square, Warren Street, West Ealing, West End, West Kensington, White City

Counties Covered

Greater London, London, South West London

Postcodes Covered

WC1, WC1H, WC1N, WC1R, WC1V, WC1X, WC2, WC2A, WC2B, WC2E, WC2H, WC2N, WC2R

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