Pestokil are a privately owned and managed pest control company, covering Kidbrooke. We are proud of the reputation we have gained over many years, built on our passion for what we do, our knowledge and professionalism and our ability to quickly and efficiently eradicate pest problems.
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Our mission is simply to remove the worry and stress associated with pest problems to enable our customers to get on with their everyday lives.Contact Us
Pestokil's mission is to guarantee protection for your home and family, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year round. All of our technicians are experienced, professional and discreet and are able to offer the best pest control services in Kidbrooke for a range of pest problems and all known common household pests.Contact Us
Pestokil's mission is to guarantee protection for your home and family, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year round. All of our technicians are experienced, professional and discreet and are able to offer the best pest control services in Kidbrooke for a range of pest problems and all known common household pests.
We have the capability to manage any requirement you may have, from one site to multi-sites. Ask us about our business account, which enables business customers to set up one account for their entire operation, provides one point of contact across all sites and offers monthly invoicing.
If you are experiencing pest problems in Kidbrooke, act now. Call us on: 07767 163 536Contact Us
Bedbugs (Cimex lectularius) are small blood-sucking insects that can live in cracks and crevices in and around your bed. everyone develops a skin reaction to bedbug bites, but some people develop itchy red bumps.
These appear around 20 to 30 minutes after being bitten and can last for several days Bed bugs need to feed on the blood of a human host. However in some cases they can survive up to a 6 to 8 months without feeding.
Although bedbugs can be upsetting and stressful to find, they aren't dangerous and don't transmit any human diseases. Most people don't develop any serious skin reaction. However, you should take action straight away to prevent the spread of an infestation.
This common pest once associated with unhygienic surroundings, is prevalent due to a number of reasons, including increased travel, the use of second hand furniture, and suspected tolerance to some pesticides.
These bugs still occur with regularity, particularly in multi-occupancy buildings with rapid resident turnover, for example, hostels, hotels, holiday camps and blocks of flats.Contact Us
Moths are a household terror. As well as the dreaded clothes and carpet moths, the lavae of which eat and damage fabric and textiles, most commonly clothes, curtains and carpets, there are also food or ‘pantry’ moths, and white-shouldered house moths, the lavae of which eat foodstuffs stored in kitchen cupboards, pantries and larders. Different kinds of moths cause slightly different damage, due to their various material preferences; for instance, brown house moth lavae are attracted to animal-based materials, e.g. leather, fur and feathers. An infestation of any type of moth will be apparent, due to the damage they will have caused, and they are also very visible and noticeable, particularly in the evenings if the lights are on.
To avoid costly and frustrating damage to your possessions, you should take steps to eradicate them. There are a number of different ways of tackling a moth infestation, and a professional will be able to provide you with a specially targeted solution. Available moth treatment options include:Contact Us
Rats are a particularly troublesome pest, as they carry more severe health risks, commonly spreading diseases and parasites, which are carried in their droppings, hair and urine and that are easily transferred to humans. They also bite, so if you see one, you should never attempt to touch or catch it - call in the professionals. Rats are extremely agile and resourceful, and can enter you property through a variety of means and spaces; they can squeeze through surprisingly small spaces, and will chew through all manner of materials to gain access to your property, so measures should always be put in place to deter them: