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Pestek Pest Control Leeds are members of the BPCA (British Pest Control Association). Services provided include wasp nest removal, ants, rats, mice & fleas. Covering all Leeds postcode areas.

If you have a pest problem in your home or garden please call, text, email, WhatsApp or use the contact form to discuss how I can help.

Providing pest control services in Leeds since 2008

Pestek Pest Control has been providing pest control in Leeds since 2008. During this time I have experienced and successfully eradicated every type of pest infestation you could think of. I have the experience and qualifications to deal with any type of pest problem.

There is no call out fee or any other additional charges. The price I give during our initial phone or text conversation will be total price you pay for your pest control treatment.

I drive a discreet unmarked vehicle, so your neighbours won't know the reason for my visit.

British Pest Control Association

The British Pest Control Association is the trade body for the pest management industry in the UK.

The BPCA promotes best practice within the pest control industry. I am one of only a handful of pest controllers in the region that meet the strict membership standards.

By employing a BPCA member you can be sure that your pest eradication treatment will be undertaken to the highest standard and will follow current best practice and legislation.

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