Gloucestershire Pest Control


Squirrels can be a nuisance and can cause considerable damage to a property once they have entered. They chew through electrical cables, wood, insulation and piping which can result in major damage and even fire.

You will need a professional pest controller to deal with a squirrel as once caught it is illegal to release them back into the wild and they will need to be humanely destroyed.  We will place traps to catch the squirrel and then remove them from your property and carry out the destruction at our premises. 


Rabbit Control

Rabbits can be a pest both on domestic and agricultural land. They destroy plants, trees and crops and their burrowing can cause banks and tree roots to become unstable.

We offer shooting as a control method for Rabbits (this can be carried out in conjunction with other pest control tasks to reduce costs)


Pest Control Methods

There are many types of control methods in pest control with each method being tailored to be the most effective against the type of pest being targeted. For more information please click on our "Pest Services".



Commercial Pest Control

No matter how large or small we have the pest solution for you.

Just one pest can have a major impact on a business. From the damage they cause to the property to the damage they can cause to your reputation. We can provide a range of commercial services, advice and products to keep your business pest free. 



The two main species which live in the UK are the German cockroach and the Oriental Cockroach.

They are identified by their flat oval bodies with the German cockroach being a yellow/brown colour and the Oriental being a darker brown/black colour.

The German Cockroach can breed 30 nymphs in each egg case which hatch in around 12 weeks and can reach maturity in as little as 6 weeks.



If the nest is somewhere, where it may be disturbed or you feel you have no other option we can treat the nest to ensure elimination of the nest.

It is important that after treating a Bee nest it is either sealed (if underground) or removed. This will avoid Bees from other nests from coming into contact with the insecticide and taking it back to non-target nests.

Minor repair work may be necessary especially in the case of masonry bees to block entrance holes to stop re-infestation.