Commercial Pest Control

Cockroach Control Food Pests  Storage Pest Control Public Sector Pest Control

Based near Bournemouth, with pest control teams in London, Southampton, Bristol, Portsmouth and Exeter, Rokill provides effective and discreet pest control services to commercial property owners.

Effective Control of all Non-Wood Boring Pests

Businesses choosing Rokill are assured of a professional, tailored service and are able to take advantage of the company’s site-specific pest monitoring and prevention.

Mice, Birds, Bedbugs, Cockroaches, Files and Wasps

Pest in the UK are generally timid and nocturnal and it can be some time before a company’s personnel become aware of an infestation – often when it is too late. Effective pest control is vital.

Rokill provides customised control solutions and services for the prevention and/or extermination of mice, pigeons, seagulls, rats, bedbugs, wasps and cockroaches amongst others.

Effective pest control can prevent the following:

  • Prosecution under the Food Safety Act 1990, which carries a maximum fine of £20,000 for each offence.
  • Disease risks to staff and customers.
  • Contamination of food and packaging materials.
  • Loss of reputation and goodwill through bad publicity.
  • Damage to buildings and contents – including computers and electrical wiring.

Rokill Limited offers its clients various levels of Pro-active Pest Management. We pride ourselves on providing a range of services to suit all your requirements and offer a Standard Service, Premier Service & Bird Control Service.

We can provide a free, no obligation survey for commercial premises; please contact our friendly and experienced service control team on 0800 783 0011, or email us and we will be happy to help you with any enquiry you may have.

Commercial Pest Control Services

Bird ControlMice and Rat Control
Bedbug ControlFly Control
Wasp ControlOther Insects
Ant ControlCockroach Control
Planned Pest PreventionTextile Pests

 

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