Abbey Pest Control
At Abbey Pest Control we also offer contracts for a range of commercial businesses, our existing commercial customers include lettings agents, convenience stores, pubs, restaurants, takeaways, hotels and builders’ yards. 
Before setting up a new contract we will fully survey the site to determine any rodent or insect issues you may have, if any issues are found we will run a one-off riddance programme before setting up the monitoring contract for you. The riddance treatment will include around 4-6 visits to ensure the infestation has been dealt with. 
 
Once there are no longer any signs of pest activity, we will initiate the contract monitoring. As part of the survey we identify possible rodent entry points, these are then proofed up when we start monitoring. 
We will visit the contract premises at agreed intervals to inspect and survey the site, for any business dealing with food storage and preparation we recommend monthly visits to keep on top of any rodent or insect issues that may arise, so they can be dealt with quickly and efficiently. 
 
We will provide written reports at the end of each contract visit, these can be used to demonstrate your commitment to compliance and good practice if Environmental Health visit the premises. 
 
Here at Abbey Pest Control we don’t leave poison down 24/7 as this encourages resistance to poisons and can inadvertently harm other wildlife. Instead we monitor areas with traps and non-toxic baits. If we find any indication that there is possibly rodent activity onsite, we will then introduce poisons where necessary to tackle the issue. Once we are satisfied there is no longer any rodent activity the poisons are then removed. 
 
Our cost-effective contract options are suitable for businesses in around Reading, Berkshire that are susceptible to infestation from rats, mice and cockroaches. 
 
If you want to keep your business pest-free then contact Abbey Pest Control now on 07525 850347 or email abbeypestreading@gmail.com to discuss your tailored contract solution. 
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