Rodent bait in public spaces

We have recently received reports of rodent bait and bait boxes which have been irresponsibly placed by individuals in public spaces, quite often where people walk their dogs.  We are investigating this and are asking people to be aware and extra vigilant whilst walking their dogs.

Pest problems in your home

If you have a pest problem in your home or garden in Cheltenham, our  fully qualified pest control technicians can offer you expert advice or treatments to remove them.

Tell us as soon as you notice you have a pest problem. Some of the obvious signs of an infestation in your home include: droppings, gnawed material, smells, nests and scratching noises, as well as actually seeing the pests themselves.

Contact us

Please check below for details of the pests we can treat.

We'll get back to you within 24 hours to arrange a visit to your property.

Or you can call us and pay by debit/credit card over the telephone.

  • 01242 264310 Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm

Following our inspection, we'll give you written details of the suggested treatment and advise you about our safe use of pesticides.

Rat climbing into a fridge

Are you a landlord or business owner?

If you're a landlord or a business owner in Cheltenham with a pest problem, contact us for a free quote.  Find out more

Our services

Pests we can treat:


We don't deal with swarms of bees, but we can put you in touch with a local beekeeper. Please call us or use our online form.

Pests on someone elses property

Contact us to report a pest problem on someone else's property. You won't be charged for doing this.

Why choose us?

We'll get back to you within 24 hours to discuss your requirements

We accept payment over the phone

We have years of operating experience and extensive knowledge of Cheltenham and surrounding areas. With the highest levels of training and insurance, you can be sure we'll always deliver the best

You can trust us to treat the problem, not just the symptom, and get the job done right first time, to minimise the risk of repeat problems