Pest3 Pest Control Company

Are you tired of ringing around trying to find a pest control company you can trust? Are tired of dealing with large companies who can`t offer the personal service we can? Do you want a company that gives you a price and sticks to it? Are you looking for a company to turn up when they say they will? offers a complete and professional pest control service in London and the home counties. From a simple wasps nest to a serious infestation of bedbugs, we can deal with all types of pests in all types of premises.

From the initial phone call, to our technicians visit you will notice why Pest3 stands out amongst other pest control companies, this is the reason why most of our business is from recommendations. We will give you a fixed pice for your pest and no nasty surprise when we turn up like other pest control companies. If you are looking for free help and advice try our online chat service or just email us for a quick response, you won`t be dissappointed. All you have to do is pick up the phone and remember your pest is our problem.

Do you have a problem with mice or rats?

Its getting cold and these pests are just looking for somewhere to live, make sure it’s not your home. As the winter sets in rodents are looking to make their way indoors to protect them from the elements. The best way to prevent a rodent infestation and contact with rodents is to remove the food sources, water, and items that provide shelter for rodents.

Cold weather has rodents scurrying indoors so rodent-proof your home to keep mice and rats out.

Mice and other rodents may seek shelter from cold winter weather, so they may be moving into your home soon. The key to keeping rodents from becoming your newest roommates is keeping them out and eliminating their food sources.

“In addition to being annoying and causing structural damage, rodents can spread disease through their urine and faeces, Fleas, ticks and mites, which can ride along on rodents, can also carry diseases that make people sick.”

There are three important tips to prevent rodents from moving in and possibly spreading disease to you and your family.

First, seal up any openings or cracks large enough to squeeze a pencil through. Steel wool and caulk are good for blocking small holes. Sheet or lath metal, hardware cloth or concrete can cover larger holes. It’s also important to remove trash and debris from inside and outside the home to minimize places for rodents to live. Food scraps left on counters and pet food left outdoors will also attract rodents

Just imagine what that big bowl of dog food or left over dinner scraps on the kitchen counter looks like to a mouse.

Next, get rid of the rodents that have already moved in. If a rodent infestation is severe a pest control professional should be called in. click here to find out about our pest protection program.

Properly cleaning rodent-contaminated areas is the final tip to keep you and your family safe. Droppings, urine, nests and dead rodents should be sprayed with a disinfectant before cleaning up and being thrown away.