Pest Control Norfolk
Welcome to Pest & Predatory Control Services, specialists in the provision of pest control in Norfolk, Suffolk and the surrounding areas. We offer pest control to commercial, agricultural and residential customers alike, offering a competitively priced pest control service that is both efficient and discreet.
With a wealth of knowledge in all areas of pest control, we undertake the treatment of numerous pests and vermin, including rodents, birds, rabbits and foxes as well as wasps, fleas and bed bugs amongst many others.
Whether you need a wasp's nest removing, or have an entire barn in need of preventative treatments, you can rest assured that the team at Pest & Predatory Services will meet all of your pest control needs with ease.
Our Success in Norfolk Pest Control
At Pest & Predatory Control Services, we respond quickly to each call out and resolve your pest problem in a professional manner. We have successfully developed a range of pest control techniques and practices to protect your health, food and property in the most effective and environmentally responsible way possible.
Why Choose Our Pest Control services in Norfolk?
All pest control treatments and processes are completed by fully trained, time served pest controllers who make every effort to ensure each treatment is thoroughly completed, helping to limit any repeat treatments to an absolute minimum where necessary.
We strive to provide an excellent pest control service for all customers, be them commercial, agricultural or domestic. Working hard to provide an honest and dependable pest control service, we take great pride in the number of new pest control contracts acquired through positive word of mouth and customer recommendation. Unlike other pest control companies in Norfolk, all treatments are carried out to the strictest of standards, in full alignment with all legislative requirements.
Rabbits have been a source of environmental problems when introduced into the wild by humans. As a result of their appetites, and the rate at which they breed, feral rabbit depredation can be problematic for agriculture. Gassing, barriers (fences), shooting, snaring, and ferreting have been used to control rabbit populations.