The presence of Rats in your home or business can be very distressing as they can transmit a number of serious diseases.
If they gain access to your home or business they can cause damage and contaminate food.
Take prompt action, Visit our Rats Page for help and advice on resolving your Rat problem.
Mice in your home or business pose great health threats in kitchens or where children play.
Looking for the signs of mice can help to identify a problem early as their natural gnawing habits can result in significant damage to your property.
Take prompt action, Visit our Mice Page for help and advice on resolving your Mice problem.
The Glis Glis is one of Britain's rarest introduced mammals living in the wild and resembles a small grey squirrel. It has established itself in the Chilterns and nowhere else in the country.
Despite their loveable antics and cute looks they also cause a considerable damage.
Take prompt action, Visit our Glis Glis Page for help and advice on resolving your Glis Glis problem.
The grey squirrel is one of our most destructive rodents.
Once inside premises, their gnawing can result in damage to electrical installations, cabling or other materials. They are also known to gnaw lead flashings on roofs, appearing to enjoy the texture of the soft metal.
Take prompt action, Visit our Squirrels Page for help and advice on resolving your Squirrel problem.
An ongoing contract between us and individual customers, designed to exclude, monitor and swiftly deal with any pests which may be present in or around your premises.
Cluster Flies are now starting to move into buildings as autumn draws in.
We have now become members of the Chiltern Chamber of Commerce.
As part of Old Bills Pest Controls community giving programme, we are now sponsoring Amersham and Chalfont Hockey Club.
In conjunction with Jordans and District Rotary Club we raised £600 for the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow trust.
Old Bills Pest Control to sponsor Amersham football club under 15s team. This is part of our communities programme to support the youngsters in the area.
We would like to welcome Roy Martin to the team. Roy will be covering High Wycombe and surrounding areas.
Feral pigeons also appear to be on the increase with large numbers taking up residence on buildings around Amersham, Chesham and Little Chalfont.