Residential Pest Control Services

 

We offer Europe’s first and only award winning, non-lethal, vegan and humane alternative to pest control. We will not use poisons or other harmful chemicals making us family, garden and pet friendly. We can also offer a discreet service with unmarked vehicles so no one knows that you have a wildlife problem.

All jobs include a full site assessment and proofing with an ongoing e-mail/telephone support for clients who have had a call out a no extra cost. We will always use non-lethal actions to solve conflicts and will not consider extermination of wildlife at any point. Please contact us for a quote if you require our services.

Wildlife Services We Offer

We offer a range of services from consultations, assessments, proofings and other inspections for the following wildlife:

Urban Foxes

British Red Fox sitting in the grass

Current pest control methods of removing foxes don’t work. Killing the fox will only open your garden, their territory to new foxes to come in, therefore not solving the problem.

Removing foxes and releasing them it can be very stressful and dangerous for the fox and is also illegal under the Abandonment of Animals Act 1960 and is condemned by the government’s Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA). The reason being is it will be dropped into another foxes territory and be chased off and hounded by other foxes as it moves through their territories. Our methods of repelling and deterring them from coming into the area are the only humane methods.

Global Consultancy

If you have a wildlife problem in your home or business and would like Humane Wildlife Solutions to help, but are too far away, don’t worry as our new popular consultancy service can help you.

We can remotely help you work through your wildlife problem with expert advice and tips on what to do until the problem is solved. This is done via e-mail or on the phone.

Consultation fees apply and start from £30.

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