Protecting Our Staff & Clients
We have been living with Covid-19 since December 2019 and currently, over a third of the worlds population is now under some form of lockdown. As of 5th November 2020, only those businesses deemed 'essential' will remain operational. Here in the UK, pest management has been confirmed as an essential sector during the Covid-19 pandemic by George Eustice, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
Although we have been confirmed as key workers, we still have a duty to our staff and clients to conduct our work safely. We have implemented some small changes to ensure the safety of both yourself and our staff.
All service staff will be wearing a face mask whilst inside your property
Where possible, staff are advised to keep a safe distance from clients whist in and around properties
Card payment terminals and disinfected after each use
Staff will regularly wash and sanitise hands, particularly in between jobs
Our BPCA certified technicians provide safe, effective solutions to get rid of pests, using industry-leading treatments. We have a large selection of pesticides suitable for use indoors and out, in a wide variety of formulations too. Pesticides are used as part of a planned programme of anti–pest activity and regular monitoring. We'll put a schedule of visits in place designed to effectively take care of your problem with the minimum of disruption.
We are helping our commercial clients in many ways. If you are struggling and require advice, please get in touch with us to see how we can help. Whilst businesses are forced to closed over the winter, it is more important than ever to ensure you have some form of pest protection in place - even if this is limited to external areas only. We can tailor treatments and routine inspection visits to suit your needs, ensuring that your site is ready to open and remains pest-free.
“Asked the lady on the phone about their coronavirus policy as both myself and my partner are shielding. Put my mind completely at ease and the engineer was very accommodating and nothing was too much trouble for him.”
— Mary Hughes