Help with rats, wasps or other pests, including costs, how to book, when we can attend, preparing your home and business contracts.
Yes, the council's pest control service provides advice and treatment for a range of pests including insects, birds, rodents and other mammals. You can book a pest control treatment for residential or commercial properties.
The most common types of pest we treat are:
Please note: for issues with moles and rabbits, we need to complete a survey first to decide if we can carry out a treatment.
If you are unable to identify your pest, we recommend that you contact us to book a pest control treatment and we will visit your property.
If we are unable to carry out a treatment on the pests, you will only be charged a £25 call-out fee.
Our standard rates:
There are different costs for some pest treatments:
We will confirm the charges when you book a pest control treatment.
We may charge a £25 call-out charge if:
Our standard rates:
Costs apply to all commercial and industrial properties, including academic, agricultural, health, more than one rented property and other businesses. We will send you an invoice when the treatment has been completed.
Yes. Our qualified and experienced team can provide:
Get in touch to discuss your requirements and to arrange a free survey:
Find out more about our pest control service for businesses:
Pest control service information leaflet (1mb)
Get in touch to tell us about your pest issue and we will contact you to confirm costs and book your treatment:
Please note: you must pay for the treatment before we attend your property.
You can pay us when we contact you to arrange your treatment by:
You can also pay by cash or cheque at any of our customer service centres within two working days of booking your treatment. Make sure you take the reference number given to you when your booking is confirmed.
Please note: if we do not receive your payment within two working days, your booking will be cancelled.
For treatments at a commercial property, you can also request an invoice.
Find out how to pay an invoice for council services.
Visits can take place any time between 8am and 4pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays. We are unable to provide a specific time slot, however we try to visit the same areas on certain days:
Yes, for certain treatments you must prepare your property beforehand.
A lack of preparation could make a treatment unsafe or cause re-infestation of the whole building. We will advise you on how you must prepare your property when we confirm your booking.
Please note: if we find it is not practical or safe to carry out the treatment when we arrive at your property, you will be charged a call-out fee.
No, we do not remove or exterminate bees as they form an important part of our environment. Honey bee swarms are more common during spring and summer months. If you suspect you have a honey bee swarm, you can find a local beekeeper on the find a local beekeeper on the British Beekeepers Association website who may be willing to remove them.
Please note: beekeepers may seek to recover the expenses, such as travel costs, of offering this service to you. Please check this with your beekeeper before making any arrangements.
For help identifying bees, visit the Beverley Beekeepers Association website or the Bumblebee Conservation Trust website.