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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.

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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


WASPS
(information taken from the BPCA Pest information page)


Characteristics
The queen wasp is larger than normal wasps (about 20mm) and she hibernates over winter, making a nest in the spring in which to lay her eggs. She feeds the grubs on insects until they develop into worker wasps, three to four weeks later. Workers, all sterile females, forage for over a mile in search of food. At the end of the year when the colder air arrives, and any fruit that has been edible starts to perish quickly, wasps start to starve as food becomes increasingly hard to find. The adult worker wasps start to die off and the new queen wasps go into hibernation, and emerge in the spring to start the process again, building completely brand new nests. One nest may produce 30,000 wasps in a year.

Diet
Natural pest controllers, wasps, tend to eat other insects. However, at their peak in August and September with the youngsters reared, the workers turn to the sweet food they prefer and become a nuisance wherever this is available.

Habitat
Common Wasps, generally build their nests inside something, this can be a roof space/loft, garden shed, inside an air brick or even in the ground. Other Wasps build their nests in bushes, trees, hedgerows and even underground. In fact, they build their nests anywhere that they find suitable and where it is protected from the elements and is undisturbed. They build their nest using chewed wood and saliva to make a papier-mache material. The nest material is strong, lightweight and surprisingly waterproof.

 

Latest Pest News


WASPS
(information taken from the BPCA Pest information page)


Characteristics
The queen wasp is larger than normal wasps (about 20mm) and she hibernates over winter, making a nest in the spring in which to lay her eggs. She feeds the grubs on insects until they develop into worker wasps, three to four weeks later. Workers, all sterile females, forage for over a mile in search of food. At the end of the year when the colder air arrives, and any fruit that has been edible starts to perish quickly, wasps start to starve as food becomes increasingly hard to find. The adult worker wasps start to die off and the new queen wasps go into hibernation, and emerge in the spring to start the process again, building completely brand new nests. One nest may produce 30,000 wasps in a year.

Diet
Natural pest controllers, wasps, tend to eat other insects. However, at their peak in August and September with the youngsters reared, the workers turn to the sweet food they prefer and become a nuisance wherever this is available.

Habitat
Common Wasps, generally build their nests inside something, this can be a roof space/loft, garden shed, inside an air brick or even in the ground. Other Wasps build their nests in bushes, trees, hedgerows and even underground. In fact, they build their nests anywhere that they find suitable and where it is protected from the elements and is undisturbed. They build their nest using chewed wood and saliva to make a papier-mache material. The nest material is strong, lightweight and surprisingly waterproof.