Residential Pest Control

Whether it’s rats, mice, moths, cockroaches, wasps or bed bug bites bothering you, we know pests in and around your home can be extremely distressing.

Our residential pest control staff are understanding and caring, whatever your problem.  They will work with you to eradicate your pest, making sure you understand what needs to be done before tackling your problem safely, quickly and efficiently.

Every pest requires a different type of treatment and some require several visits. Whatever the problem is, you can trust Cleankill to solve it.

Check out our testimonials to see what our customers say about us.

Find out which pests you might be sharing your house with:

  • At home and work, Rats need to be controlled by law. They are destructive and smelly and can carry leptospirosis.
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  • Flies carry and spread disease and they breed prolifically. A fly infestation can be irritating and harmful to health.
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  • Cockroaches have been around for 350 million years. They can eat anything, hide anywhere and breed in their thousands.
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  • Ants come into the home in search of food. Once their workers have found it, you will be inundated with ants.
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  • Fleas are small, brown and able to jump incredible distances. They enter the home via pets and will live in couches, bedding and carpets.
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  • Squirrels nest in lofts where they can gnaw electric cables, water pipes and roof joists, causing fires and structural damage.
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  • Bed Bugs will bite you while you sleep and they spread very quickly. They are nearly impossible to kill without professional help.
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  • Clothes Moths offer no danger to you, but their larvae will eat your jumper, rug, sofa, bed, curtains, in fact any material you have.
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  • Bees are not aggressive like Wasps. There are many types of bee, and some are strictly protected by law. Always seek professional advice.
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  • Hornets and Wasps like to make their nests in quiet undisturbed areas, like roof spaces. Hornets are larger, but less aggressive than wasps.
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  • Parakeets present a safety problem. They have strong beaks and can structurally damage roof beams and rafters. They are protected by law.
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  • Pigeons can carry fleas and mites and their droppings are unsightly and slippery. Droppings can also carry disease and attract insects.
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