Crawling Insects

Most businesses and homes will at some stage encounter an infestation problem of some sort. Some of the most common crawling insects can be identified as – Black Garden Ants, Pharoah’s Ants, and Flees – usually found on household pets such as your cat or dog, Silverfish, Bedbugs, and Cockroaches. An infestation of any of these named insects requires a risk assessment health and safety check, which is then followed up by a recommendation, and on completion, we would recommend a trained experienced PMU service technician to carry out our recommendations for your specific pest control needs. We at Wicklow Pest Control, have various techniques both physical and chemical using safe and approved biocide and insecticides.

Wicklow Pest Control – Taking Care of Business.

We will deliver an innovative range of pest management solutions for dealing with all types of crawling and flying insect infestations. All our work is carried out to the highest standards and our local service technicians have up-to-date PMU Licences, as per regulations set out by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland and The Department of Agriculture, Food, and the Marine.

Wicklow Pest Control looking after the Business and Domestic sectors.

Additional Services We Provide:

  • Reporting pest prevention in compliance with the FSA.
  • Insect fly screening and proofing made to measure.
  • Specialized moth control, traps, and insecticidal spray treatments.
  • Specialized proven safe and passed insecticides.
  • Wide range of Led Fly control units, electronic and glue board fly control methods.
  • Environmentally responsible solutions are always recommended on-site.
  • Flying insect analysis is a requirement in auditing for BRC certification.
  • ULV coverage will increase fly catch at an ultra-low voltage.
  • We deliver fast economical and preventive solutions to most pest infestations.
  • Bird proofing and netting.


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