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Rodent Control & Proofing

When it comes to rodent control your first thought may be to reach for a rat poison. This is not an effective or reliable method.  If eaten, poison can make its way from the rat, further up the food chain, and have a negative impact on owls, birds of prey, foxes, badgers or even pets. 

We are trusted experts in rodent control and abide by the CRRU Code to keep our local wildlife safe.

From squirrel control to rat-proofing, we’ll get it done efficiently and safely!


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Tracy Short
Tracy Short
We were so impressed with how our worrying issue was dealt with so quickly and effectively,Matt came out the next afternoon and the job was done within just a short space of time, our problem was solved and not had a problem since! 🐝
I was recommended Matt from BEEKIND -he was absolutely brilliant. We had reached our limited with the problem and Matt was very empathetic and understanding. He carried out a detailed inspection of our property to fix the problem and also gave us suggestions of preventive measures towards other pests. Matt's knowledge and professionalism is second to none. Thank you Matt
Murus Engineering
Murus Engineering
Matt was quick to come out on the same day and deal with a large wasp nest on my porch. The treatment was so effective , the wasps had gone within an hour of Matt arriving. He then removed the nest and allowed me to safely use my porch again. Highly recommended and will use again.
Judith Harvey
Judith Harvey
I had a brilliant experience with Matt from Beekind. He carried out a thorough inspection and found entrance points that I wasn't even Awre of. We are now rodent free and couldn't be more grateful to Matt for all his knowledge and expertise. Would 100% use Beekind again.
Matt was recommended to us by multiple people. The service he provided was amazing. He is very knowledgeable and talked us through exactly what he was doing. I would definitely recommend Matt to anyone with a pest issue.
Ian Bruce
Ian Bruce
"Matt provided superb customer service and kept in touch with us throughout the time he was dealing with an issue we had with a mole. I have no hesitation in recommending him to others. There is a website which details all the pest control services he provides."
Matt provided an excellent service from start to finish. He was very professional, knowledgeable and detailed in his approach to our pest problem. I would highly recommend him to anyone looking to solve their pest issue. 5 stars!
John Joseph Pye
John Joseph Pye
We used BEEKIND for a 3 stage rodent treatment and a subsequent loft clearance and clean. Both were thoroughly completed and provided the desired results (mainly no more rats!). We wished we had used this provider first as they solved the problem another couldn’t whilst investing significantly more time in achieving that goal! I would highly recommend them if you have a pest control issue and want fast/efficient resolution.

100% Efficacy Guaranteed – Rodent Control Treatments 

If you’ve tried everything to get rid of rats only to find they keep coming back, or if you want to ensure a proper job is done the first time, then it’s time to contact BEEKIND Pest Control. We take great pride in our work and have never come across a rodent problem we couldn’t fix. We guarantee our work, so in the unlikely event that the rats do return after we’ve carried out our rodent control services, we will come to investigate and re-proof if necessary, free of charge. 

Not only is efficiency important to us, but also safety. We will treat your home or business premises with the respect it deserves. We only carry out treatments in and around your home making sure we don’t affect non target species like owls, foxes, hedgehogs and your pets etc. Each tamper proof rodent bait box, with warning labels on, will be carefully placed with either traps or minimal specialist poison if required.

We will prevent the rodents getting into your home without risking poisoning any creatures. The chances of a mouse or rat being poisoned and going out into the wild to be caught by predator is slim, however the CRRU code we follow to the letter, ensures we keep the wildlife unharmed while we make your home a fortress from these unwanted guests. This is why the survey is vital to carry out, to ensure we treat the infestation within your home or prevent them from getting in.

We are specialists in rodent control and pest prevention, we only carry out treatments if the rodent problem is too great of a task to stop in under 2 visits. We may even consider traps which are effective in stopping rodents dying under the floorboards causing a nasty smell you may not be able to get rid of. Remember we treat the problem as if it were our own. We have all the skills, experience, knowledge and tools to get on top of the situation fast! Buying cheap poison from your local hardware store or online is an easy and cheap option BUT, if it is the wrong type of bait they wont eat it, it may not kill them but make them more resistant to poison passing it down through their young. Or you may end up risk harming non target species and potentially killing pets, hedgehogs or owls etc. Why not check out our reviews to see what our customer’s have said after we have treated and proofed their homes.

About rodents and why they are in your home

The Norweigan Brown Rat 

AKA Rattus Norvegicus which is native to northern china and Russia borders.

If you are looking for rodent control then there is a high chance that you are dealing with an infestation of the common Norweigan Brown Rat.

The Norway Rat, scientifically known as Rattus Norvegicus, has made its way into our homes due to its adaptability and opportunistic nature. Originally native to northern China and Russia, this resilient rodent has successfully spread across the globe. These rats initially came over on a boat from Norway, hence the name. They are hardy creatures and thrive in various environments, including urban areas. With its strong digging abilities and versatile diet, the Norway rat easily finds shelter and sustenance in human dwellings.

While their presence may be unwelcome, rest assured that BEEKIND Pest Control is here to provide effective and reliable rodent control and proofing services. Trust our experienced team to help you reclaim your space and ensure a pest-free future. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and experience our guaranteed results.


Are brown rats dangerous?

Brown rats will usually run away if threatened and are unlikely to attack unless a large group is cornered. However, they do carry diseases which can spread to humans in their urine. Some of the more common diseases carried by brown rats are Leptospirosis, Salmonella, Listeria, Toxoplasma gondii and Hantavirus.

How long do brown rats live?

Brown rats can live for up to 3 years, but many do not make it past 12 months in the wild. In 12 months the female can breed around 5 to 7 times, each time producing a litter of up to 12.

How do I get rid of brown rats?

There are many trap and poison options on the market for getting rid of rats. Often a one size fits all, mass-produced trap or poison is not the best route to go down. Poison can be a danger to pets and wildlife, and traps may be unsuccessful. We will always survey your premises first to ensure a greater understanding of the problem, so we can use the most effective tools for the job

It is important when getting rid of rats to seal up all potential entry points once you know all rats have been removed. This is something we pride ourselves on, getting rid of rats for good! Contact us now to stop your rat problem.

The Field Mouse & House Mouse

AKA Mus Musculus Apodemus Sylvaticus & Domesticus

When it comes to rodent control, it’s important to understand the differences between a house mouse and a field mouse. While both species may seem similar, there are some key distinctions to consider. House mice, commonly known as Mus musculus domesticus, are smaller in size and have a lighter colour compared to field mice. They are typically found in urban areas, seeking shelter and food in human dwellings. On the other hand, field mice, scientifically known as Apodemus sylvaticus, prefer outdoor environments such as fields, gardens, and farmlands. However, they can occasionally venture indoors in search of food and warmth. So why do we find these mice in our homes? Well, our cozy dwellings provide them with a safe haven, ample food sources, and favourable breeding conditions.

While the presence of house or field mice on your premises may be unwelcome, BEEKIND Pest Control can help, by providing effective and reliable rodent control and proofing services. Trust our experienced team to help you reclaim your space and ensure a pest-free future. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and experience our guaranteed results.


What do field mice eat?

Field mice are omnivores and eat a wide variety of foods, from seeds, grains and plant fibre, to small invertebrates, vertebrates and even carrion.

Are field mice dangerous?

Field mice are not aggressive, but can bring diseases, fleas and ticks into your home. Exposure to infected mouse waste can also lead to contracting harmful illnesses such as Hantavirus. Field mouse waste can quickly become airborne and be breathed in as it decomposes quickly and turns into dust.

How long can a house mouse live?

A house mouse’s lifespan ranges from 6 months to 2 years, with 6 months being more common and 2 years possible with ideal conditions. Mice reach reproductive maturity at around 6 weeks old, a female mouse pregnancy lasts for 18 to 21 days and at the end of this she will deliver a litter of 5 to 6 mouse pups. This quick reproductive cycle means that a nest of mice can build up quickly and so they must be dealt with as soon as possible. 

How do you get rid of mice in your home?

Due to the health risks involved with close proximity to a mouse infestation, it is recommended to hire an expert in pest control to deal with the issue. Standard mouse traps can work to curb the populations but to guarantee effective and long-lasting field and house mouse removal contact us today.

Removing and Preventing Grey Squirrels

AKA Sciurus Carolinensis, native to eastern North America

Grey squirrels in the garden can be a welcome sight, however, if they make their way into your house they can be difficult to get rid of.

If you hear rustling or other noises coming from your loft or attic space you may have a grey squirrel problem. It is important to react fast, as grey squirrels can be extremely destructive and the noises throughout the night can also cause distress.

Signs You Need Grey Squirrel Control 

Problems with squirrels are most likely to take place during autumn and spring when they are looking for food. Apart from the tale-tale rustling coming from the walls or loft space, droppings in these areas can also be a good indicator of a squirrel problem. You may also notice more squirrels in your garden than usual or even see them entering your home.

Why BEEKIND for Grey Squirrel Prevention and Removal?

We are not only experts in the humane removal of grey squirrels from your premises, but we can also give you confidence in the fact that they will not return. We will take the time to assess your building and block off any entry points so you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a squirrel-free home. As well as this, we also offer loft clearance services, so you can benefit from full use of your loft without having to worry about contamination left by the grey squirrels. 


Are grey squirrels vermin?

Grey squirrels are legally classed as vermin in the UK. They are not native and have pushed the native red squirrel to the brink of extinction. The classification of grey squirrels as vermin means that it is illegal to trap and release them into the wild or keep them in captivity. If you have a grey squirrel infestation in your home they must be humanly destroyed. 

How long do grey squirrels live?

Grey squirrels have a life span of approximately 9 years and reach reproductive maturity at 10-12 months old. Grey squirrels have two breeding seasons per year, the first is around March and the second is in June/July, the litter size is usually 3 to 4.

How do you get rid of grey squirrels in the home?

Grey squirrels carry diseases and are known to bite when threatened, so undertaking squirrel removal yourself can be dangerous, and tricky due to being unable to release them back into the wild. Trying to remove food sources is a good way to start but for a full roof inspection, squirrel removal and prevention contact us today.

So, if you’re in need of effective and reliable pest control services, look no further than BEEKIND Pest Control.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a pest-free future. We look forward to serving you and helping you reclaim your space from unwanted pests.