PEST CONTROL FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
We provide safe and effective pest management services for schools in Cambridgeshire.
Schools and colleges are the ideal environment for children and students to learn and grow; unfortunately, these high traffic, busy environments coupled with a combination of warmth, shelter and access to an abundant food source mean they also make ideal habitats for common pests, such as mice, rats, ants, wasps, fleas and cockroaches.
The prevention and control of pests in schools and colleges is extremely important, especially when you consider the risks associated with public health and potential exposure to the diseases carried by some of these pests, not to mention the disruption and distress they cause to children and staff.
As a Cambridge based pest control company, we specialise in delivering effective pest prevention services to schools and work with a number of schools, colleges and universities in Cambridgeshire.
Our BPCA approved pest control operatives are highly trained and experienced in the management of common pests found in schools, colleges and university premises in Cambridgeshire.
Our commercial pest management services are designed to prevent and control a range of pest problems in schools e.g.
- Controlling rats on school premises
- Removing rats and mice from buildings
- Getting rid of cockroaches in kitchens
- Preventing outbreaks of insects, such as ants, cockroaches and moths
- Removing wasp nests from buildings.
Our commercial pest management contracts offer year-round protection, prevention and reassurance to our clients and we adopt an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach; providing a safe, ethical and effective solution to suit your requirements.
By appointing DRE Pest Control in Cambridge as your preferred pest management supplier, you will be assigned a dedicated BPCA approved pest control operative who will regularly visit your premises to check bait stations, look for signs of pest activity, identify potential risks and advise on any measures to reduce the risk of future pest problems.