Unlike some rodent control Oadby companies, we quote what you pay, so there is no confusion.
All of our rat control Oadby jobs are individually priced which is how we end up being the cheapest available solution.
As a part of our rodent control Oadby packages, you can arrange for us to visit as much as needed for the most persistent pests.
We're a proudly East Midlands based pest removal company, covering the length and breadth of the East & West Midlands.
We use the most cutting edge technology to give you the best results possible for rodent control Oadby.
We have been around for quite a while now which means we know our way around thorough rat control Oadby.
We guarantee we won't rest until we remove every last rodent. Direct Pest goes above and beyond to provide service satisfaction.
Upon arrival, our specialists will carry out an inspection to determine the rodent, necessary equipment and the extent that they require rodent control Oadby.
Once our rodent control experts have assessed the situation, traps will be set strategically so that all rodents are dealt with and none can slip through the net.
Our teams will arrange follow-up checks at an agreed date and time to ensure complete service satisfaction, as well as resetting or relocating traps for continued protection.
Not everyone knows this but the name Oadby is actually a Danish name. The reasoning for why Oadby, in Leicestershire and far from Denmark, came to have a Danish name is the Danish invasions. However, Oadby was around even before the Danes arrived.
It was established as an Anglo-Saxon settlement. This much is evident by an Anglian cemetery present in the town. Anglo-Saxon’s would have been buried in this graveyard but its not the only thing buried and entrenched in Oadby.
Unfortunately, many rats have buried themselves within the hard to reach and sheltered spaces within Oadby properties. Luckily, rat control Oadby is what we do best at Direct Pest. Our pest control experts work tirelessly until you are rat-free and smiling.
Nowadays, the stand-out features are certainly the University of Leicester Botanical Gardens and Leicester Racecourse. Despite both of their names they are actually located in Oadby and next door to each other as well. Leicester Racecourse has been the home of Leicester’s horse racing for a long time now. The first instance of a race being held here is March 23rd 1603, the day before Queen Elizabeth I died.
University of Leicester Botanical Gardens, open since 1921, is used by University of Leicester’s Genetics Department for research. Don’t be fooled by the fact that it is owned by the University of Leicester. It is open for access to the public to enjoy these beautiful plants. There are even guided tours that shed light on some of the gardens more exotic plants.
Much like the Danes invading, rats will attempt to invade your property. But you can put an end to that before it is allowed to begin. With our rat removal Oadby service that will get the job done right first time.
Right around the corner from Leicester and our Leicester pest control service sits Oadby. In Oadby we offer our commercial pest control (as well as domestic pest control too!) so that people can get the pest control they require, like supermarket pest control or office pest control. Learn more about our extensive list of rat removal near me areas.
Rodents can be an invasive and damaging problem and are classed as vermin. This includes rats, mice and squirrels which are all rodents and are all considered vermin, although vermin classification does extend beyond these three animals. We achieve effective results by any means necessary to keep you safe from dreaded rodents, and this is especially true for red squirrels. Red squirrels are protected and we handle them carefully as a result of this, whereas grey squirrels are invasive and are dealt with as swiftly as a rat or a mouse are by our exterminators. Thankfully, our methods work wonders against all these problem pests.
Whether it is rodent trapping, extermination or even the use of our thermographic FLIR cameras, you can be assured that if Direct Pest are on the case, those pests won’t be around for long! For information regarding rodent species, their diet, habitat and the threat that they pose, you can find all the facts you will need by clicking the button below.
We operate between the hours of 8:00 am and 7:00 pm throughout Monday to Friday, working tirelessly to provide our customers with a top-notch rodent control Oadby service. On the weekends we operate between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm on a Saturday and 10:00 am and 4:00 pm on a Sunday. This means that regardless of the day that you find yourself plagued by rodents, we are on hand and ready to resolve your rodent infestation problem for you!
The easiest way to determine if you have rodents in your property is if there is damage found within the vicinity of an entry point to the property such as bite marks or any holes, particularly around ground level. Droppings will also be a sure sign that you have become the victim of a rodent infestation.
In a short answer, yes. We don’t wish to harm any people or animals which is why wherever possible we use humane removal and disposal of the pesky rodents you require removing. In that same notion we wouldn’t want to cause any distress or damage to any beloved pets in places we visit, so we take extra care around any furry (or non-furry) friends!
Although we can’t give an exact amount of time within which we can reach your business, due to location, our specialists are ready and waiting for your call to action. At the drop of a hat we can and will dispatch these consummate experts to come running to the rescue.
Rodents are capable of carrying and transmitting disease as well as having sharp teeth and claws that are used for gnawing. Therefore it is not advisable to handle a rodent infestation and potentially compromise your physical and overall health.
We are based in North Kilworth and provide great value, reliable rodent pest control in Oadby and around Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and surrounding areas.