Welcome to Pro-Pest Services
We are a family-run business with over 15 years of experience in the pest control industry
Established in 1993, Pro-Pest Services first began with John Connolly MBPR (Pest Control), a highly experienced and BPCA qualified technician. John has a passion for nature and the environment and this passion reflected in his work. Pro-Pest Services has a large and loyal customer base in both domestic and commercial properties.
John's son, Richard joined the company in 2006 and Ian began in 2009. Both are highly skilled technicians and are well-trained in many aspects of the industry. As of 2015, John has taken a back seat and the company is now being run by Richard and Ian. Richard is the Essex Regional Manager whilst Ian is the London Regional Manager.
P.P.S supply programmed pest control and ad-hoc pest control to domestic and commercial premises. We are specialist pest control contractors in Essex and North / East of London and specialize in Rat control, Mice control with particular expertise in bed bugs and fleas. We have a proven commercial pest control division to deal with retail and manufacturing premises and can supply ba unique pesticide free rodent control service if required. we cover Basildon, Thurrock, Brentwood, Grays, Rainham, Havering, East london, North London, Southend, Westcliff, Leigh-on-Sea, Dagenham, Barking and surrounding areas.
- Programmed Pest prevention.
- Specialist non-rodenticide control.
- Wasps, Bees and Hornets
Netting, Spikes, Sprung cords, Shooting, Trapping
Flying insect control
Fly screen doors, Fly screens for windows, Electric fly killers, Chain screen curtains.
- Pharaohs Ant Control (tropical ants)
Cockroaches, Ants, Bed bugs, Carpet beetles, Brown-tail Moth, Wasps, bees, Fleas, weevils, Floor beetles, Stored product moths, Flies. This list is not exhaustive.
Squirrels, Rats, Mice.
All our pest control works are carried out in accordance with the Health & Safety Act 1974, the COSHH Regulations 1988, The Food & Environmental Act (1985) and Control of Pesticides (1986).