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Welcome

Bounty Pest Control is a family run company that has the experience and expertise to successfully get rid of all pests from any building or outdoor area. We’re a family firm with over 5000 customers and everyone here has a vested interest in making the company successful.

That means we all work harder and are more determined than most to do the job properly. If you’re a happy customer we know you’ll tell others and give us more of your business. If you’re not we’ll lose your business and you’ll tell loads more people about how unhappy you are.

We understand that’s the way it should be. We’re only as good as our last pest controlled.

We’re fully accredited by all the key pest control quality organisations see here , we’re insured up to £10 Million and we’re all properly trained and all technicians are CRB checked.

We charge a fair price for our work, we’re not greedy, and we keep growing because we understand what makes for satisfied customers.


Call us on 01233 640 191 and ask for me, Martin, or email info@bountypestcontrol.co.uk and I’ll answer your questions and organise a free site visit and a tailor-made programme and quote.

Best wishes,

Martin Rose-King

Latest Pest News

Tiger Mosquito

Aedes albopictus (or Tiger mosquito as it is commonly known) has undergone a dramatic global spread largely due to commercial activities, in particular the movement of used tyres and ‘lucky bamboo’ plants. It is now listed as one of the top 100 invasive species and is considered to be the most invasive mosquito.

Aedes albopictus has the ability to breed in natural and artificial habitats, some of which include tyres, barrels, rainwater gulley catch basins and drinking troughs, flower vases found in cemeteries, and discarded drink cans. They are not known to breed in brackish or salt water and in general, have a marked preference for urban and suburban habitats. (taken from CIEH invasive mosquito PDF)

The CIEH have a useful information PDF for further reading on invasive mosquito:
This can be downloaded HERE.

For information on self-help measure Public Health England have created a poster:
This can be downloaded HERE.

If you suspect you have seen Tiger Mosquito please use this link for reporting:

Latest Pest News

Tiger Mosquito

Aedes albopictus (or Tiger mosquito as it is commonly known) has undergone a dramatic global spread largely due to commercial activities, in particular the movement of used tyres and ‘lucky bamboo’ plants. It is now listed as one of the top 100 invasive species and is considered to be the most invasive mosquito.

Aedes albopictus has the ability to breed in natural and artificial habitats, some of which include tyres, barrels, rainwater gulley catch basins and drinking troughs, flower vases found in cemeteries, and discarded drink cans. They are not known to breed in brackish or salt water and in general, have a marked preference for urban and suburban habitats. (taken from CIEH invasive mosquito PDF)

The CIEH have a useful information PDF for further reading on invasive mosquito:
This can be downloaded HERE.

For information on self-help measure Public Health England have created a poster:
This can be downloaded HERE.

If you suspect you have seen Tiger Mosquito please use this link for reporting: