Experienced within the industry, our exterminators deliver pest control services that are unmatched in the business. Based in Beckenham, Bromley, we tailor our solutions to meet the needs of domestic and commercial customers throughout the surrounding areas. Turn to our reputable specialists when the pests in your property are becoming an issue.
At Viable Pest Control, we’ll find the source of the problem and come up with the best solution to tackle the infestation. We only use approved trap under the spring traps approval orders and poison assessed by the Biocide Regulation Act (British Pest Control Association), ensuring all work is carried out in a humane way. All of our pest control services are carried out in line with the laws set out by the BPCA.
Below is an outline of services that we offer, please get in touch with us to enquire about any of our treatments.
Ant hills are commonly found in back gardens or commercial sites, and they’ll infest any home, commercial premises, or building without hesitation. Whether there’s food that’s been left out or there’s something else the ants are drawn to, they’re able to enter your property through the tiniest of holes or cracks.
There are more than 20,000 species of beetles that are recognised worldwide. A large majority of these are predators on other pests, such as woodlice, slugs, or snails, but they can easily cause an infestation themselves. They have various numbers of skin moults, usually between 5 and 7, before forming flimsy silk-lined population cells in loose soil. These can be attracted by unwanted food being left inside or outside of the home.
Whether it’s your home or food establishment, cockroaches can be found anywhere – and we’re here to get rid of them for you. They are usually drawn in by poor hygiene or food being left around the property. We can
provide a fast, discreet, and efficient service to clear your infestation for
good, and give you tips on how to prevent them coming back in the future.
There are a number of ways to clear an infestation of cockroaches. This can be:
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There are around 1,800 species of fleas worldwide - with over 60 of them in Britain. The main and most common flea is larvae, which lives on detritus, dust, and fluff. They are colourless, legless, eyeless, and elongate, and they also have mouth parts developed for biting. However, they are not predators. Fleas will appear in long-vacated homes as they can become an unwanted infestation due to the activation of dormant pupae and adults.
Human Flea – Cat Flea – Dog Flea – Oriental or Tropical Rat Flea – Bird Flea – Rabbit Flea
The Diptera fly has over 100,000 species worldwide. Many people view this group of insects as dirty creatures with distasteful habitats. However, a lot of people don’t realise that they can also come in a beautiful form. It is well known in country districts for its appearance in stagnant pools or ditches.
Moths are known for causing damage to cotton, wool, and carpets in and around the home. They’re often found in dark, cool places, and come in all different shapes and sizes.
Birds, such as feral pigeons and seagulls, have the potential to cause major problems for your home and business. They’re known for making a mess of your property, often causing damage. They can also spread diseases and contaminations.
Common rodents, including rats, mice, and squirrels, are unwanted in homes and businesses. They often find their way into your property
via holes in the walls, under floors, in lofts, or basements. These pests are
known for spreading diseases, contaminating food, leaving droppings, and
carrying fleas or ticks.
Not a lot of people are fond of wasps or bees - they are natural predators to pests and are usually used to protect farms and crops. They will nest outside or inside homes, commercial premises, or buildings. If you think you may have a nest in your property, please do not hesitate to get in touch and we can organise for a nest removal.
Please contact us with any questions or comments using the information below. We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you!