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TDC Pest Control

TDC Pest Control offer professional and effective pest control services for homes and businesses across the UK. Our locally based experts provide 24/7 rapid response* extermination and deal with all manner of pests, including rats, mice, cockroaches, bed bugs, birds, ants, fleas, flies and squirrels.

We provide a high quality service at competitive rates, and our fixed charge services are competitively priced with other pest controllers in your area. Our experienced tradesmen can tackle your pest problem within 60-90 minutes*.

24 HOUR HELPLINE*

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Total Pest Control Services

  • Treatment of Cockroaches, Fleas and Bed Bugs
  • Rodent control
  • Bee and Wasp nest removal
  • Bird deterrent work
  • Dead animal removal
  • Treatment of Flies, Ants, Moths and other insects
  • Mole treatment
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Why Choose TDC?

  • No call out charge
  • Reactive response in your area
  • Insurance approved
  • Free quotes and estimates
  • We operate a service 24 hours a day* 7 days a week*
  • We cover a large variety of emergency and non-emergency treatments
  • Our engineers and technicians are fully qualified
  • We provide a 30-90 minute response time for our work*
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Available 24/7*

TDC Pest Control are ready to tackle your pest problem 24 hours a day* 7 days a week*. If you have a pest infestation on your property, get in touch and our experienced tradesmen can be with you within 60-90 minutes*. Call our friendly and experienced office staff today on:


0800 092 8523

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PEST CONTROL TIPS AND INFORMATION

Are Bees Protected?

Contrary to popular belief, no, bees are not protected by the 1981 Wildlife and Countryside Act (WCA).

However, given the decline in honey bee numbers, as well as their important role in our ecosystem and biodiversity, many pest controllers will work with local beekeepers where possible to relocate a bee hive rather than exterminate the bees.

False Widow Spiders

The false widow has actually been here for some time. In fact, experts say that the spiders arrived over 140 years ago. Since their arrival there have been no recorded deaths from false widow bites, it could prove fatal to someone with an allergy to bites.

The false widows are moving indoors due to shrinking habitats and an irregularly dry summer. They are highly unlikely to attack humans, and the majority of bites have come from false widows trapped in clothes or accidently squashed.

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Head Office: 39 Progress Rd, Leigh-on-Sea, Southend-on-Sea SS9