Frequently Asked Questions
We have put together a list of questions we are most frequently asked, if you don't find your question answered on this page please contact us.
Ways to Pay
We accept BAC, Card Payments, Cash, PayPal One Stop Pest Control will always supply you with an invoice and prove of payment.
Can I get a Free of Charge Quotation?
Yes call us today on 07793053282 for a free of charge quote
What are your open times?
We are open from 24/7 365 days of the year.
Do I have to be there when he calls?
Yes you must be present when pest control call as:
Access will be required to lay bait.
Poisons are used, and we will need to give you the appropriate health and safety advice.
What about bees?
Bees are beneficial to the environment, If you discover a bee colony suspended in a bush, tree or out-building, please contact your nearest beekeeper.
How quickly can you get rid of my mouse problem?
It depends on the nature of the infestation, the numbers of mice and the property infested, This sometimes can take up to 2 to 3 weeks.
After treatment, how long does it take a wasps nest to be completely eradicated?
The time taken to die off will depend on access to the nest. If the nest can be treated directly, then it may take about an hour to die, but we usually allow up to a day
I have Bats in the loft, can I get rid of them?
In short, no, Bats are a protected species you must not harm, disturb or move them.
Do you have an engineer local to me?
Yes, We cover 25 miles of Milton Keynes. Call us today for an estimated time of arrival. We do our best to be with you within the hour if you need us to be.
How long after the initial treatment does it take to see results?
Results will vary according to the type of pest, treatment methods and products used. For example, immediate results can be seen when a yellow jacket nest is removed or treated with a liquid pesticide. However, when using baits for ants, rodents and termites, the process takes longer since the pests have to ingest the product for it to be effective.
I hear noises in the loft late at night what could this be?
It sounds as if a rodent has found its way into the loft. This is a common problem. Birds do not move around at night; Mice and Rats will move around till the early hours. A roof survey is required.