Pest Control Services

Secure Empty Property can provide a full range of one-off emergency and planned cyclical preventative pest control services nationwide.

Vacant commercial and residential property can attract vermin especially where clearance of the site hasn’t been completed. This problem can escalate very quickly into a potential public health issue which affects the neighbouring community.

Adjacent food outlets and local children can become at risk unless a speedy extermination and removal of rats, mice, cockroaches and other vermin is instructed quickly. However, our service is also available for occupied pubs, retail and food outlets, offices and the like.

Secure Empty Property can provide environmentally friendly pest removal from all residential and commercial property. Services include:

  • Identification of the infestation, insects or vermin
  • The application of appropriate, environmentally friendly pesticides
  • Humane treatment of pigeons and other wildlife
  • Cyclical re-application of treatments to prevent re-occurrence

​Treatments for pest control include rats, mice, wasp nest removal, fleas, ants, cockroaches, pigeons and other insects.

We can provide a single point of contact for multi-site residential, commercial or industrial landlords providing a uniform service and single invoice.

The service includes free risk assessment & COSHH report, initial treatment and subsequent re-application of treatments as required.

Interested? Contact our experienced and friendly team and we can have your property secured in hours.

Call 0330 088 1973, email or fill in the form and a member of our team will be happy to help.

Frequently Asked Questions

Secure Empty Property offer a full range of cyclical and emergency call-out pest control services for rats, pigeons, wasps, fleas, ants, cockroaches etc. This includes the application of appropriate, environmentally friendly pesticides around the building.

Pest control is continuously managing pests around the property to prevent the problem of infestations which can become a serious health hazard and cause issues in food preparation in pubs and restaurants etc.

Humane treatment of pigeons and other wildlife can be required if the situation has not been managed effectively but is a last resort if required.

The use of bait boxes around the property perimeter with regular re-stocking of pesticides will keep rats and mice under control. So issues with the local authority environmental health can be avoided.