Old Bill’s Pest Control is extremely proud of its growing team.
Each member is hand-picked for their professionalism, knowledge of pest control and ability to provide outstanding customer service.
After all, we are here ‘To solve your problem.’
After 30 years in police work, Dave entered pest control in 2010.
Dave gained his qualification in public health pest control through the Royal Society of Public Health in 2011 before launching ‘Old Bill’s Pest Control’ in January 2012.
Dave is based in Amersham and helps cover South Bucks, Herts, Middlesex and North West London.
Alan is also a retired police officer.
Alan joined the team in 2012 and gained his qualification through the Royal Society of Public Health in 2013.
A keen bee keeper, Alan enjoys collecting swarms in May to June to add to his collection of hives
Alan is based in Amersham and helps cover South Bucks, Herts, Middlesex and North West London.
Roy entered the pest control industry over 25 years ago and is by far our most experienced member of staff to date.
Roy obtained his qualifications through the Royal Society of Health in 1993.
Since that time he has been head of pest control at High Wycombe District Council before the service were outsourced to the private sector.
Roy is also a keen bee keeper, enjoying collecting swarms in May to June to add to his collection of hives
Roy joined 'Old Bill's in June 2015.
Based in High Wycombe he covers the Wycombe and Berkshire areas.
Chris is another member of the team with almost 30 years experience within the pest control industry.
He was the head of Stevenage Council pest control division prior to this service being outsourced.
Chris has a particular interest in venemous snakes and spiders and consults for the NPTA and BPCA on these creatures.
Chris is based in Stevenage.
Call Chris on:01438 771437
Graeme is also a retired police officer with over 30 years service. He joined Old Bill's Pest Control in 2016 and is currently studying towards his RSPH level 2 qualification.
Graeme has a love of the countryside and is an avid birdwatcher devoting much of his spare time to the Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Wildlife Trust. He can often be found at their College Lake reserve in Tring where is is a warden.
When not watching birds he enjoys marine life undertaking other conservation work in particular assisting with whale surveys.
Chris has been with us for a couple of years and already successfully completed a number of courses. He is currently working towards his Royal Society of Public Health qualifications in pest control. He has quickly become very knowledgeable in most aspects of rodent and insect control, and is fast growing in experience and has become a valued member of the team.
Chris is another modified car enthusiast so you’ll hear his car before you see it! He is also qualified as a medical first responder and some weekends you’ll find him working in this capacity at various events.