Seekers Pest & Property Services provide a holistic Pest Management Program, in accordance with good practice aimed at the prevention of pest infestations, not merely the treatment once an infestation has occurred. We believe our reputation is key to our success and we are committed to offering value for money to our customers so our reputation will continue to grow. Our focus is around....
Value for Money
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Our first task prior to the acceptance of a management program is to visit the site or sites subject to the program. We will want to understand the site history, the production processes, the site layout, the management practices and the local environment to fully understand and appreciate pest risks and activity.
Successful pest management requires a partnership between our client and our service. We may recommend action or actions to be taken by our client to remove conditions conducive to the proliferation of pests or entry to the building. Our initial assessment will lead to a pest management proposal focused around the exclusion, restriction and eradication of pests. The pest management program will be reviewed at least annually or more frequently as circumstances demand.
Our approach to pest management will assist in the demonstration of due diligence which is of particular importance to our customers in the food industry. Our technicians are conversant with legislation governing the safe use of pesticides to prevent risk to people and non-target species. Our activities are risk assessed to comply with the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974.
The irresponsible or inaccurate use of pesticides may present a hazard to people, as well as to the environment through contamination of water, damage to plants and the effect on non-target species of animals. Recommendations regarding the management of habitat, maintenance of buildings and housekeeping practices are adopted to minimise the need for the use of chemical control methods. Permanent bait stations for the control of rats in outdoor areas will only be used where our risk assessment considers it safe to do so. Where the risk to non-target species is too great, alternative physical control techniques and/or programmed baiting may be adopted instead.
Qualifications & Membership
All our technicians hold the RSPH/BPCA (Level 2) Award in Pest Management and are members of the British Pest Control Association and are members of PROMPT.