Buckinghamshire Pest Control is a privately owned company run by an ex-serviceman for pest control in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire and all surrounding areas up to a fifteen mile radius. We have a clear and simple policy; to provide an environmental friendly service to eradicate or control pests and Non Native Invasive Species.
We offer a domestic, commercial and business property pest control service. Using practices that restrict the use of poisons to a minimum, thus reducing the chance of poisoning wild life, pets and people, Buckinghamshire Pest Control puts the environment before profit.
Flexibility on timings.
Safe and practical solutions
Up to date knowledge
All costs agreed beforehand.
No unnecessary visits
If you think you have a problem, see what you believe to be evidence or actually sight a rodent, DONT PANIC OR WORRY! They might not even be on or in your property and could just be travelling from somewhere else to a food or water source.
Upon arrival I will undertake a site inspection to ascertain what the problem is, where it is, (if on your property), and discuss with you the best course of action.
There is no overnight fix to rodent or pest infestation. I will not just throw poison down and say it is sorted, take your money and disappear. Whatever is recommended will be fully explained, be done as safely as possible and hopefully without any undue disturbance to your daily living or running of your business. This may take a few visits, but will be done at the convenience of all.
Not as bad as it sounds. When the work is completed, I will remove all traps, bait stations, (if used), recommend any 'proofing', (seal up holes, remove rubbish, close gaps etc) and tell you the best way to reduce the likely hood of the infestation from reoccurring.
The most important aspect of a company is its image. Rodents not only spread diseases, cause damage and can destroy goods etc, they can also destroy reputations. Pest infestations can have a further negative impact on your business, including:
Keeping your external areas clear of rubbish, weeds and waste enhances your company image and improves your over all working environment, (who wants to walk past nettles, weeds, rat droppings, litter etc after parking up), plus reduces the likely hood of pest infestations. Removing harbourage, food and water sources, regular trapping and spraying, weeding and litter removal is all part of the service I offer.
The safety of you, your employees, property, myself as well as protecting the environment and wild life are paramount, as is your company's image. A full survey will be undertaken and will be discussed with you to ensure you are aware of the proposed plan, any issues and what should happen next.
Nothing ruins the look of a drive, footpath, hard landscaped area or a patio than weeds. Pop down to the local DIY store, buy weed killer off the shelf, go home and spray away. Job done? Possibly. A few weeks later some of your plants start to die, fish in your pond are going belly up or gasping for air, or an irate neighbour is moaning because their prize rose is dead!
Could this be down to the spray being carried by the wind because you held the container too high? Get sore knees or a bad back from crawling around?
I am LANTRA trained, a member of the National Register of Spray Operators, and qualified to City and Guilds standard in the application of pesticides using a hand held sprayer, both on land and on or near water. In other words, I know what to use, how to use it safely and minimise the risk of contaminating near by vegetation, water courses, (ponds, streams etc) and reduce the damage to pollinators and other forms of wild life.
From spot spraying your block paved foot path or drive, area application of large gravel or tarmac areas or killing off your old lawn prior to building a decked area, it will be carried out professionally and competently by myself using the correct application rate, approved pesticides and equipment.
For over the last two hundred years or so, we have been importing animals, fish, plants and insects. Some were brought in intentionally, (such as the Grey squirrel, American Mink, Muntjac, Japanese Hog Weed, Water Primrose and Rhododendron), as pets, because they looked attractive or for food production. Others, (Spanish Slug, Asian Hornet, Oak Processionary Moth), have entered the country via imported food stuffs from abroad that have not been properly checked or in goods that have been smuggled in. In most cases they are not a problem as they are not threatening our native wild life or are not a threat to us. However in the case of Rhododendron, (which outgrows native plants), or The Giant Hogweed, (sap is highly toxic and can cause blisters, which can return time and time again), to name just two they are slowly forcing out our native species which has a major impact on bio- diversity can damage buildings and also become a health hazard.
According to government figures, the resulting damage to our native wild life and countryside costs about £1.8bn a year, in trying to eradicate these non native species, which are also a danger to our health, can damage buildings and roads and destroy crops.
Part of the policy from Buckinghamshire Pest Control is to assist companies, local authorities and organisations in identifying, reporting and where possible removing these pests in an environmentally safe way as possible.