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Black RatPest.co.uk is Wolverhampton’s most dedicated team of pest control experts.

We offer competitively priced pest services at a large number of locations nationwide. Our Wolverhampton team provides a complete range of domestic to commercial pest control services. From extermination to deterrents, we are flexible with our customers and can deal with almost all pest problems.

We provide a quick and efficient service; no job is too big or too small for our team at Wolverhampton Pest Control, so get in touch for a quote.

We provide a service for a range of pests:

  • Rodent Control: Mice, rats, and squirrels
  • Bird Control: Pigeons and seagulls
  • Flying Insects: Bed bugs, cockroaches, ants, bees, wasps, flies
  • Mice Infestations

    Mice may look cute but they are actually considered a pest because of the amount of disease they carry. Along with this, they are also very destructive to your home, property, or garden. There are several different methods to get rid of mice, including mechanical control or bait traps. There are several ways to control mice infestations.

  • Bed Bug Infestations

    Bed bugs are a pest that is harmful to your quality of life. Bed bugs get everywhere and once bitten by bed bugs you may feel an uncomfortable itching and soreness on your skin. Bed bugs are a pest because they can multiply very quickly. It is, therefore, dangerous to let the problem go unsolved. Once you spot bedbugs it is worth calling pest.co.uk as soon as possible.

  • Pigeons - Control & Management

    Pigeons are nuisances for both domestic and commercial properties. Aside from the obvious mess, there are many problems brought on by pigeons. They are the most unhygienic and messy birds. It is thought that pigeons carry far more disease than rats. They need little space to gain access to a property, so pigeon problems can happen very quickly.

  • Moth

    Moths can cause serious damage once they are inside your home, especially Clothes Moths or Carpet Moths. They cause damage to natural fibres, such as wool, or silk, in both carpets and clothes (sometimes even leather). Moth caterpillars create serious damage by eating the protein found in natural materials.

  • Fox - Control & Deter

    Foxes are a pest because they threaten biodiversity by hunting and killing native wildlife, whilst also threatening livestock and killing chickens. Although they are not necessarily classified as vermin by law, they do act like your average pest, digging up and fouling people’s gardens. It is also thought that foxes spread disease.

  • Cockroach Infestations

    Cockroaches are a direct health risk as they are riddled with disease. They are known to carry organisms that give food poisoning to humans such as salmonella, staphylococcus, and streptococcus. Cockroaches move from sewers to drainpipes and into buildings. They multiply quickly and can be a real issue if left unattended.

  • Rats & Rat Control

    Rats are one of the world’s most destructive pests. They quickly consume food and destroy supplies with excretion, not only this but they also gnaw through many materials so can destroy property. There are several rat control techniques including pathogens, parasitoids, or predators, which are more natural forms of pest control.

  • Ants

    Although collectively ants are considered beneficial in some environments, they can be big pests in both domestic and commercial properties. Their abundance and ability to bite and sting make them common pests in many parts of the UK. They often nest around buildings and swarm around food sources, carrying the potential to spread disease.

  • Fleas - Heat Treatments

    Fleas are very invasive pests; they can cause all sorts of problems. Dark brown and reddish in colour, fleas typically live around 100 days. Infestations usually come out of a dog or cat. They have the ability to jump 8” high, which is 150 times their own height. Like any other pest, they can easily infest households and cause many issues for humans.

  • Wasps, Bees & Hornets

    Wasp, bees, and hornets are different varieties of stinging insects. There are many types and they are common summertime pests. Sometimes their sting can be more than just a painful nuisance; stinging insects can take many people to the emergency room. Nests vary in size but are often located somewhere in and around domestic homes and gardens.

Our Pest Control Services in Wolverhampton

  • Mice
  • Bed Bugs
  • Pigeons
  • Moths
  • Foxes
  • Cockroaches
  • Rats
  • Ants
  • Fleas
  • Wasps
  • Spiders
  • Ladybirds
  • Woodworm
  • Silverfish
  • Caterpillars
  • Seagulls
  • Bees
  • Hornets
  • Flies
  • Squirrels
  • Garden Moles
  • Rabbits

Action Image Of Cockroaches, Cockroaches Isolated On White BackgIf you have any issues with pests or notice any unusual animal behaviour in your home or around your property it is worth calling Pest.co.uk. We can tackle any pest issue quickly and efficiently. Located nationwide we are just a call away. So call or email us to get a quote.

We offer competitive prices in multiple locations throughout Wolverhampton and the West Midlands

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