• LocationBedford, Bedfordshire, High Street, MK40 1NU**
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Our Bedford bird proof services, including spikes and netting, are second to none. Our trained pest controllers provide expert solutions to any bird pests such as pigeons in the local Bedford area.

Bird netting will help deter any bird pests from reaching your fruits and vegetables. Bird netting may also be used to protect fisheries and fish wildlife reserves from predator birds. Our Bedford bird control experts can install this bird proofing device with the minimum of disruption.

The installation of bird spikes in Bedford will help prevent the irreversible damage caused to your roof, windowsill or building in general. We supply and install a range of bird spikes for any type of property in Bedford. This method of bird control is approved by the RSPB and PICAS.

Whatever the problem our local Bedford pest controllers are able to provide a fast response and efficient solution.

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Bedford Pest Control Testimonials

Customer Name:Mr A Potter
Thank you for a good service, i was very pleased with your engineer who came out and the work he did was fantastic.

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Example Of Our Pest Services

Cockroaches
Cockroaches come in two varieties; German & Oriental. The most commonly encountered are the German cockroach, which are typically around 12mm long and yellowish brown. The Oriental cockroach is around 20-24mm long, and these are either dark brown or mostly black. Oriental cockroaches are commonly found in terraced houses, living and travelling between them using the foundations and house structure as their habitats.

They usually live for a year, and they feed on leftover food, although they can live for up to 3 months without food or water.

Cockroaches are gregarious and nocturnal, spending the day hiding in cracks and crevices around such areas as sinks, drains, cookers and the backs of cupboards, and in refrigeration units. Infestations may be introduced as egg cases or adults in crates or packaging, furniture, laundry or raw materials. They may possibly enter through drains or refuse chutes.

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