Local Councils are responsible for operating and maintaining many different types of properties, ranging from public buildings, offices and housing stock through to public parks and cemeteries.
We know through working with Local Authorities, that each of these place differing demands on the available resources and present a broad range of challenges and problems. Not least of these problems can be pests. Whether it’s pigeons nesting and roosting on buildings, rats and mice in housing estates or fleas in council offices, left unchecked pests can cause any number of problems :
- Damage to the fabric of buildings
- Electrical faults and flooding
- Risk to public health and safety
- Increased costs and loss of revenue
- Distress to council employees and general public
At Strathearn Pest Control, we provide a professional service to eradicate and control all types of pests and carry out this work throughout Scotland. We work with local authorities to deliver effective, environmentally sensitive and cost efficient pest control solutions. We will work with you to eradicate the pest, whether it is through a one-off treatment or the development and provision of a tailored Service Plan.
Our local technician will regularly visit the affected site and :
- Initially install and and then inspect the preventative measures in place
- check for signs of pest activity
- identify any potential risks
- advise on steps, including proofing, you can take to reduce the risk of pest problems
If there is a problem our rapid response commitment means a technician will be with you quickly and deal with your pest problem.
By providing a safe, reliable and effective pest control service we supply Local Authorities with a peace of mind and the reassurance that they can concentrate on other core activities.
To find out more about how we can help either on a one-off job basis or with a longer term Service Plan or to arrange a visit from one of our specialist team, please call us on 0800 0283 703. Alternatively just complete our online contact form.