Pest Hunter is a fast, efficient and friendly team of pest control experts covering Canterbury including Patrixbourne, Dargate, Wingham, Wincheap, Chilham, Staplestreet, Fordwich, Broad Oak, Birchington on Sea, Boughton Street, Chartham Hatch, Godmersham, St. Dunstan’s, Chartham Hatch, Thanington, Chartham, Whitstable, Stuppington, Rough Common, Dunkirk, Herne Bay, Faversham, Hales Place, and surrounding areas.
Canterbury is an amazing city by any standards. With its history stretching back millennia, its world-famous place on the pilgrimage map, its cathedrals and ancient buildings. That’s part of the reason why we love living and working around the town. But the best thing about Canterbury is the people. Call us for a fast, efficient and friendly service at an affordable price.
Pest control services available in Canterbury
Usually, bees cause us no problems. They work away in our gardens, pollinating our plants and producing honey. However, occasionally you may find that bees have set up home in your property or you may find a swarm in your garden. This can be quite a stressful situation. Don’t worry – it can be resolved by Pest Hunter.
It’s distressing to discover that you have bedbugs in your home, accommodation business. The problem is on the rise due to the busy lives we lead. These little guys love travelling and there is a variety of ways contact can occur from public transport, hotels, work, schools, even second hand furniture – basically anywhere in public. Our experienced technician will eradicate the problem within your property. See our bedbug control page for more information.
Nesting squirrels become very protective of their territory and will guard it at all costs. If disturbed they become very agitated and aggressive if these bushy tailed pests are squirreling away in your loft then call us to capture, removal and resolve this issue for you.
Finding a hornet’s nest around your home can be quite alarming as these large insects look threatening. In fact, they are generally less aggressive than wasps. However, their sting contains a lot of venom, and they may sting you repeatedly to defend their nest, so it’s best to leave them alone.