Pest Control Ealing

Prime Pest Control offer local pest insect, bird and rodent control in west London and the following areas in the borough of Ealing – Acton, Boston Manor, Castle Bar Park, Chiswick Park, Dormer’s Wells, Drayton Green, Ealing, East Acton, Greenford, Hanger Lane, Hanwell, Montpelier, North Acton, Northolt, Northolt Park, Norwood Green, Perivale, Pitshanger, South Acton, South Ealing, South Greenford, Southall, West Acton, West Ealing, West Twyford, Park Royal. We specialise in the eradication and control of ants, bed bugs, birds, booklice, carpet beetles, carpet mites, cockroaches, fleas, flies, mice, mites, mosquitoes, moths, rats, silverfish, squirrels, spiders, wasps, woodworms and other pests.

In the borough of Ealing we have a unit of pest technicians that covers all local areas, being able to quickly and effectively deal with any kind of pest problem nearly 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have been providing the residents and businesses of Ealing with individually tailored pest control solutions and integrated pest management schemes, exclusively discounted for the local community for years. Our thoroughly trained pest specialists are available for a same day booking and they are always equipped, ready to undertake the initial inspection and the treatment in one visit.

As members of the NPTA and the BPCA we always keep up-to-date with the latest changes in the industry studying new techniques that could improve the overall quality of our services. We strictly follow the guidelines of the best practice codes in the industry, using only the most advanced and efficient products and methods for pest eradication and control. Our local pest technicians in the borough of Ealing are professionally trained and specialised in all kinds of chemical and non-chemical treatments, trapping, proofing, bird netting and spikes installing. All of the methods we use for domestic and commercial pest control are fully compliant with the pest legislation and industry standards.

Pest Control Ealing
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