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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

Honey Bees
Over the next few months new queens will take a proportion of a Honey Bee hive population to create new hives or inhabit existing empty hives. When this happens Honey Bee swarms will often rest in large masses en-route to a new hive. It is important that we all do our bit to help Honey Bees reach these destinations so that they can continue to pollenate and play their vital role in nature.

Of course, sometimes the final destination of a Honey Bee swarm may be a dangerous place for us to co-exist. Provided we follow the ‘Feral Honey Bee code of practice’ pest control measures can be taken to deal with this type of problem. However, in most situations simple measures that we can undertake can prevent a treatment being necessary.

Please be aware the we will not treat Honey Bees unless every effort has been made to prevent a treatment being necessary and a qualified Bee-Keeper can confirm that there is no other option.

The British Bee Keepers Association http://www.bbka.org.uk/ have information about Feral Honey Bee Swarms, how to identify a swarm and a list of on duty Swarm Wardens who will come to collect the swarm if you see one or if a Swarm lands at your premises. It is always worth checking with a swarm warden before contacting us as many will go to extraordinary lengths to salvage a Honey Bee Swarm.

REMEMBER – BEES ARE NOT PESTS!

Eradication should be considered a last resort.

 

Latest Pest News

Honey Bees
Over the next few months new queens will take a proportion of a Honey Bee hive population to create new hives or inhabit existing empty hives. When this happens Honey Bee swarms will often rest in large masses en-route to a new hive. It is important that we all do our bit to help Honey Bees reach these destinations so that they can continue to pollenate and play their vital role in nature.

Of course, sometimes the final destination of a Honey Bee swarm may be a dangerous place for us to co-exist. Provided we follow the ‘Feral Honey Bee code of practice’ pest control measures can be taken to deal with this type of problem. However, in most situations simple measures that we can undertake can prevent a treatment being necessary.

Please be aware the we will not treat Honey Bees unless every effort has been made to prevent a treatment being necessary and a qualified Bee-Keeper can confirm that there is no other option.

The British Bee Keepers Association http://www.bbka.org.uk/ have information about Feral Honey Bee Swarms, how to identify a swarm and a list of on duty Swarm Wardens who will come to collect the swarm if you see one or if a Swarm lands at your premises. It is always worth checking with a swarm warden before contacting us as many will go to extraordinary lengths to salvage a Honey Bee Swarm.

REMEMBER – BEES ARE NOT PESTS!

Eradication should be considered a last resort.