Abbey Pest Control
At Abbey Pest Control we are mostly dealing with wasp nests removals as we reach the height of the busy wasp season, however we are still finding rodents are making a nuisance of themselves in some homes across Berkshire. 
With growing populations of rats, mice and grey squirrels around Berkshire and the surrounding areas there are still plenty of rodents looking for homes and food. 
We are currently dealing with a number of rodent jobs, from a grey squirrel building itself a new nest in a loft in Lower Earley to rats gaining entry into a kitchen from a burrow under a patio in central Reading. 
Rodents are quickly becoming an issue all year around in the West & Central Reading and Wokingham Boroughs, increased populations and new building sites and excavations are forcing rats mice and grey squirrels to be a little more daring when it comes to finding a new home or food. 
Unfortunately for our recent customers their homes and food sources have been the target. Whilst the warmer weather not only brings wasps and hornets, it can also lead to an adventurous rat sneaking through an open back door as one of our customers in Burghfield discovered recently! Luckily, we were available and managed to catch the cheeky rodent before it caused too much of an issue. 
At Abbey Pest Control we offer tailor made pest control in Reading and the surrounding areas to quickly and efficiently deal with any pest issues you may have, from rats, mice and grey squirrels to wasps this summer give us a call today. 
If you have a problem with rodents or wasps, don’t hesitate to contact us here at Abbey Pest Control in Reading. 
Covering: Reading, Tilehurst, Caversham, Wokingham, Shinfield, Arborfield, Woodley, Earley, Newbury, Chieveley, Thatcham, Basingstoke, Hook, Camberley and surrounding areas. Our price includes a full survey, written report, all labour and materials. All of our operatives are fully trained, experienced members of the NPTA and we have comprehensive public liability insurance. 
Call now on 07525 850347 
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