Contract Killers


rat control portsmouth

Our quick-response vehicles are fully equipped to tackle any pest problem, around the clock, 7 days a week. All our vehicles are unmarked.

Not everybody wants to deal with a rat problem themselves...and some rats can be a little intimidating even for our trained technicians! Rats come in all different colours, shapes and sizes...but the one thing you can be sure of is that we will solve your problem!

In some cases, where it is not appropriate to lay poison baits against rodent activity, spring traps are employed. All spring traps used by Contract Killers Ltd are government approved and comply with the Wildlife and countryside Act and spring trap legislation.

Contract Killers Ltd carry out free, no obligation surveys to properties or areas that require protection or treatment against pest activity. Our friendly experts are also available to help with any pest control issues that you may have, offering helpful advice in person, by email or over the telephone.

The most effective way to eradicate rat or mouse problems is to use a rodenticide (rodent poison). Contract Killers Ltd use second generation, state of the art rodenticides. All baits are deployed in the safest way possible. This includes securing the baits within tamper resistant bait-stations to ensure that non-target animals or children cannot gain access to them. All rodenticides used by Contract Killers Ltd are UK government approved and are regarded as humane. We only use baits that are manufactured by the world-s leading pesticide companies.

Moles can present a real problem when active within golf greens, playing-fields, pastures and gardens. Contract killers Ltd carryout conventional mole trapping, which we have found to be generally the most successful method of control.

Rabbits are notorious for causing damage to crops and garden plants as well as lawns and golf greens. However, they are also capable of causing considerable emotional damage as well. Wild rabbits are frequent "unwelcome-visitors" to cemeteries where they often eat flowers from wreaths and even burrow into graves. A female rabbit born early in the year is capable of reproducing by the end of March. Each female will produce an average of 5 young per litter and have 4-5 litters per year; therefore each individual female rabbit has the potential to produce 25 breeding rabbits per year. Each rabbit consumes on average 0.5 Kg of vegetation per day.