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Are your treatments safe for my family and pets?
We understand that you are concerned about the use of potentially dangerous chemicals being used in your home, and we endeavour wherever possible to use the safest pest control products and methods. We will always give you detailed instructions on how to prepare your home before we arrive, and our technicians will advise you on exactly what to do after the treatment to keep your family and pets safe.
Do you offer an eco-friendly pest control service?
We do offer eco-friendly and humane pest control solutions such as heat treatments, depending on your pest problem. If you are sure that your pest issue is not an infestation and you’d like an eco-friendly DIY pest control option, there are non-toxic environmentally-friendly options on Contego Home Shield
Can you guarantee a pest-free home or business premises?
We will do everything possible to rid your home or business of pests, including carrying out professional treatment, proofing your home or site against pests, and advising you on how to prevent the pest problem from recurring.
Remember that some pest problems will need more than one treatment, but if all of the recommended treatments have been carried out and you continue to see the same pests or different ones, call us so we can come and inspect your home or premises and get to the bottom of what’s going on.
Do you count all insects as pests?
No, some insects play an important role like keeping other pest insects at bay. Our experienced technicians are trained to identify and eradicate insects that pose a health risk or nuisance.
What’s the difference between pest control and pest management?
Successful pest control is not just about treating a problem once it’s happened. We use pest control methods to treat an existing infestation, but we believe that preventing pests is just as important, if not more so, and that’s why we use pest management strategies like bird netting, spikes, falconry, and more to deter pests and keep them out.