Pestek Leeds is provider of professional pest control services, based in the Alwoodley / Moortown area of North Leeds. I provide a service to control and eradicate all common home and garden pests including wasps, ants, fleas, rats and mice. I cover all Leeds postcode areas and occasionally further afield.
If you have a pest problem in your home or garden give me a call to discuss how I can help.
Pestek Pest Control has been providing pest control services to all areas of Leeds since 2008. In this time I have experienced and successfully eradicated every type of pest infestation you could think of. I have the experience and qualifications to deal with any type of pest problem.
There is no call out fee or any other additional fees. The price I give during our initial phone or text conversation will be total the price you pay for your pest control treatment.
I drive a discreet unmarked vehicle so your neighbours won't know the reason for my visit.
Pestek Pest Control is a full registered member of the British Pest Control Association. One of only a handful of companies in the region that meet the strict membership standards. By employing a BPCA member you can be sure that your pest eradication treatment will be undertaken to the highest standard and will follow current best practice and legislation.
I'm a sole trader and spend most of my working day travelling around Leeds dealing with various pests. If I'm unable to take your call please send me a text message and your local pest control expert will get back to you.
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Pestek Pest Control is and has been for around 10 years, a full member of the British Pest Control Association. The BPCA is the trade body for the pest management industry in the UK. The BPCA members logo is earned, and I am very proud to display it on my website. The BPCA promotes ...Read More
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