9 Benbrick Rd, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7UD
Servicing & Contracts
Surekil Pest Control can carry out a range of services
from pest control to rubbish clearing,
cleaning & sanitising in and around your home.
We can cater for all types of commercial
properties from hotels & restaurants, to hospitals & airports, sports grounds & retail parks.
Should pests be a reoccuring problem for you,
we can arrange servicing and contracts to keep
potential pest problems at bay.
Call us today with the full confidence that we will solve all your pest problems.
0800 195 4243 / 07788 542244 / 0208 226 2128
Surekil Pest Control Ltd
9 Benbrick Rd
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Pest Control Mitcham 7 days a week 2 hour response with guaranteed treatments and proofing throughout Mitcham and London Rats Mice Bed Bugs Fleas Cockroaches Moth Wasps Squirrels Foxes Woodworm Pigeons and much more...
Mitcham Pest Control Services
The Rabbit (Rabbit Control In Mitcham)
•They have long back legs and a flat body for fast running.
•Grey to brown in colour with brown tips on their long ears.
•Reaches sexual maturity in under four months.
•Mating can take place all year round.
•Litters can number five but not uncommon to be up to twelve.
•Females can produce up to five litters per year.
•Gardens, grasslands, meadows and heaths, railway banks, woodland and open areas such as golf courses.
•Burrow systems open holes.
Significance to humans:
•Plants and vegetables die or have hindered growth due to air circulating their roots or just get eaten.
•In paddocks danger to horses or other livestock due to stepping into the burrow systems causing potential broken bones.
•Subsidence to out buildings and shed etc...
•Rabbit proof fencing should be the number one call for defence.
•Gassing can be used but it may not work straight away and can be expensive.
•Shooting or the use of ferrets and nets can also be considered.