Prime Pest Control offer local pest insect, bird and rodent control in south west London and the following areas in the borough of Kingston upon Thames – Berrylands, Canbury, Chessington, Chessington North, Chessington South, Coombe, Kingston, Kingston upon Thames, Kingston Vale, Malden Manor, Malden Rushett, Motspur Park, New Malden, Norbiton, Old Malden, Surbiton, Tolworth. We specialise in the extermination 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.
We provide the residents and businesses in Kingston upon Thames with low-cost integrated pest management programmes and individually tailored treatments with guaranteed high success rates of pest extermination, control, prevention and monitoring. Our thoroughly trained pest technicians are available nearly 24/7, always ready to assess the problem and treat it on the same visit. All of our methods and techniques are defined by the best practice codes in the pest control industry and our experience, as well as all the related legislation, business standards and health and safety regulations. Our pest schemes for businesses and bespoke solutions for residents are exclusively discounted for the local community in Kingston upon Thames.
Our pest specialists have been successfully getting rid of all kinds of pest insect, bird and rodent infestations across London and the borough of Kingston upon Thames for many years now. As a member of the NPTA and the BPCA, our company is committed to delivering pest control services of the highest standards in the industry. We are constantly reviewing our work cases, while studying innovative methods for pest control and striving to improve the quality our services. Your local pest technicians are professionally trained and qualified to carry out chemical and non-chemical treatments, trapping, proofing, bird netting and spikes installation. All of our methods have been designed in compliance with the pest legislation and health and safety regulations.