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WINNERS of the British Pest Management Awards Company of the Year 2019
With the country beginning to unlock, Cleankill Pest Control is reminding businesses to check they have the right measures in place to stop an infestation of rodents.
It is often said that a dog is a man’s best friend. However, for rodents, it could be said humans are their best friends. Pre-pandemic, our social lives and working routines gave them plenty of food and harbourage.
Cleankill is celebrating after being certified as an Altius Elite Vendor for the first time. The accreditation follows a stringent and thorough assessment of Cleankill’s management and operational systems by inspectors from Altius VA Ltd.
Cleankill Pest Control is celebrating after retaining its Investors in People Gold Award gold accreditation.
Gold accreditation demonstrates that Cleankill has a full range of important policies in place and that everyone in the company takes ownership for making them come to life.
Good Riddance Pest Control is to be rebranded as Cleankill Pest Control as part of the company’s strategy for expansion in the Bristol and South-west region.
Established by Howard Taffs in 2002, Good Riddance Pest Control is known for delivering high-quality pest control services to residential and commercial customers in the Bath, Bristol and Weston-Super-Mare regions.
Croydon-based Cleankill Pest Control has today announced its acquisition of Hampshire-based Totalcare Pest Control.
Based in the Hampshire town of Alton, Totalcare has been offering a fully comprehensive public health pest control service to businesses and residents in East Hampshire and West Surrey for over 25 years. Cleankill’s acquisition of the company follows the decision by its owner Justin Messenger to retire.
The operator of some playing fields in London was stumped when one of its sets of floodlights suddenly stopped working in the Spring. The same light then failed again at the start of Winter. This was one of twelve lights and all the other eleven continued to work perfectly well. What was causing the problem?
The sudden increase in temperature and sunshine has meant an explosion of blossom and noticeable increase in bees going about their work.
There has also been a worrying surge in calls to pest controllers from people confusing bees with wasps and asking for treatment.
The lockdown has resulted in an increase in calls from residential premises to a London pest control company as people are spotting furry intruders and insects that would often go unnoticed.
Managing Director Paul Bates of Cleankill Pest Control says the mental health implications of having an infestation during lockdown when you can’t leave your home can be quite serious for some.