We are currently unable to provide a pest control service at this time.
We are working to ensure that services will resume as soon as we can, however in the meantime pest control contractors can be found in Yellow Pages, Checkatrade or other online sources.
We would recommend seeking several quotes from different contractors to find a quote and treatment that is suitable for your needs.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Specific information on rats, mice and wasps can be found here.
Rats, mice and other pests in a neighbouring property
Occasional sightings of pests such as rodents are common. However if you believe the source of a pest issue is coming from your neighbours land, or you’ve seen only occasional signs of their presence, that doesn’t mean your neighbour has become aware of them just yet. Your first step should be to talk to your neighbour. Approach them politely and share your concerns. If the problems persist, you can report the matter to the council here.
Advice on overgrown gardens can be found here.
If you have a bee swarm, or honey-bee nest, you may want to contact the Kent Bee Keeping Association they can put you in contact with a local beekeeper/swarm collector..
We are unable to help you with problems of foxes.
If you are having a problem with foxes in your garden or you have found a sick or injured fox, you can contact a charity specifically dedicated to foxes.
The Fox Project operates in Kent, Surrey, East Sussex and South East London. They operate a specialist fox deterrence and advice service which is effective and humane. They also provide care for sick and injured foxes.