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Deathwatch Beetle Control

Deathwatch Beetle Treatment

Deathwatch Beetles are the largest and most vigorous of the UK’s wood-boring insects.

They are usually found in hardwoods such as certain types of oak. They are hard to eradicate due to their long life cycles – they can take 7 years to go from larvae to adult beetle, depending on the type of timber, moisture and temperatures they are living in.

The principles in dealing with all types of woodboring insects is to disrupt one of their life cycle stages.

We recommend a thorough free site survey by one of our skilled surveyors to establish the pest and the level of the problem before recommending the correct application.

We offer 20-year 10, 12 or 20 year FCA backed guarantees on our work.

Our expert woodworm technicians will carry out a survey, discuss your problem and provide a quote together with details of our recommended treatment. 
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Our Deathwatch Beetle Treatment Service

We offer an easy deathwatch beetle treatment service, which includes the following process:

1. Contact

Call or email us to discuss your pest problem and we will give you advice or arrange for our local technician to make a visit.

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2. Survey

We will arrange a survey if necessary, at a time convenient for you and provide a quote and pest recommendations. 

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3. Treatment

Abate Pest Management, BPCA certified technicians will visit to treat your pest problem. We’ll make as many visits as required to ensure your problem is resolved.

4. Guaranteed Service

We offer a 100% money back guarantee should we fail to eradicate a pest problem.

Call us on 01603 574920 to book your local pest control technician.

Get in touch today

Get in touch for a free quote, survey or to book a service.

Norwich Office
Abate Pest Management Services Norwich
27 Eaton Rd
Norwich
Norfolk
NR4 6PR

01603 574920

info@abateltd.co.uk

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