Pest Control Willenhall
for all Rats & Mice

If you need Pest Control in Willenhall because you find infestations of Rats. Mice or even Squirrels, you will need an effective rodent control solution. Anti-Pest Pest Prevention cover the whole of the Willenhall area. You can rely on the team at Anti-Pest Pest Prevention Services for a completely discreet service (we use unmarked vehicles for your privacy) and we are fully trained professional with many years of experience in the industry. So, if rats and mice are becoming a problem in your property, just give us a call and you will get first rate service and effective rodent control so that you can say goodbye to those pesky vermin pests.

Many people think they can treat the pest problem themselves, only to find that they make the infestation worse by purchasing household pest control treatments from DIY outlets like B&Q, Homebase, Focus, etc. which can only offer low dosage insecticides over the counter. This may prove to be an expensive waste of time and money.

At Anti-Pest Pest Prevention we are fully trained to identify the causes of infestations and to provide an effective solution to your pest control problem along with helpful advice on how to prevent any infestation recurring.

With our experience and dedication to excellent customer service and results, you can be guaranteed a service that is second to none when it comes to rodent control. You can be confident that we will remove all rats, mice and other rodents from your property quickly and efficiently, and at a price that is highly competitive. Our mobile service is fast and discreet and we cover all of the Willenhall, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Bilston & Dudley areas.

Once you call our engineers, we will visit your property and assess the extent of the infestation, and ascertain how they are gaining entry to your property. When this has been done, the work can begin right away and you can stop worrying about rats and mice in your property. With follow-up visits and advice on preventing future infestations, your property can be rodent-free for the forseeable future.

We understand that every customer’s situation is unique, so we tailor all our services to meet the customer’s needs. We provide all customers with an accurate estimate based on their personal situation so get in touch for yours. 

We also offer a fast and discreet service for All Pests including Wasps & Pigeons for private and business customers.

Willenhall

Willenhall is a historic market town and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall, and partly in Wolverhampton, in the West Midlands, England, with a population taken at the 2011 census of 28,480. It is situated between Wolverhampton and Walsall, historically in the county of Staffordshire

The first record of the settlement of Willenhall is from the eighth century when a treaty was signed there by King Ethelbald of Mercia. Willenhall was then referred to as Willenhalch which in Anglo-Saxon meant ‘the meadowland of Willan’. Willenhala was mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086) as a very small settlement, and it remained so until the growth of industry in the 18th century.

In the Middle Ages, Willenhall was included in the parish of Wolverhampton. Although there was a church in the village, people would have to travel to Wolverhampton for weddings and funerals. It was not until 1840 that Willenhall had a parish church. St. Giles was the first church to be built. The present church is the third on the site, dating from 1867.

Willenhall was a small agricultural village throughout the Middle Ages, in 1666 the population was only about 300. The population did not increase dramatically until the 18th century when iron and coal began to be fully exploited. The town grew up around the Market Place and Stafford Street with many tiny streets crammed with houses, workshops and pubs. Evidence of the town’s growing prosperity is still visible today in the Dale House, once the home of the Hincks family and 33 Market Place, the home of the Clemsons, both maltsters.

The residents of Willenhall are rightly proud of their heritage and you can be sure that should they need Pest Contol in Willenhall, they will take care of it quickly.

AREAS WE COVER

Call us when you need –
Pest Control Wolverhampton,
Pest Control Darlaston,
Pest Control Bilston,
Pest Control Wednesbury,
Pest Control Willenhall, 
Pest Control West Bromwich,
Pest Control Walsall,
Pest Control Dudley
Pest Control Cannock
including the surrounding areas of
Albrighton, Beckbury, Bobbington, Brewood, Bridgnorth, Codsall, Coseley, Cosford, Darlaston,
Pattingham, Penn, Sedgley, Seisdon, Shifnal, Tipton, Trysull, Wombourne, Worfield Etc

For pest control that goes the extra mile you can count on us here at Anti-Pest Pest Prevention Services!

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