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Member of the British Traditional Molecatchers Register

West Wales Pest Control Services have years of experience in the prevention, detection, control & removal of many domestic and commercial pests in Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion areas of Wales.

We can help create the safe, pest free environment that all owners of Farms, homes, businesses, parks and sports fields expect.

Long or short term contracts or one-off treatments

Fully insured for all work carried out.

West Wales pest control services helps disperse a wide variety of pests that invade where they are not welcome. 

Moles – Mole control
Traditional trapping methods used
Rats – Rat Detection and Control
Trapping rodenticides or a 'rat pack'.
Squirrels - Control of Squirrels
Trapping or Shooting
Wasps– detection and control
Treatments and nest control
Fox - Control
Trapping or Shooting
Rabbits - Traditional methods including
trapping, Ferreting, Shooting etc
 Crows/Magpies –
Cage trapping
Pigeon - Control
Bird Proofing

Home, Farm & Business Pest Control Services in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire & Cardiganshire
Pest Control Pembrokeshire – Pest Control Cardiganshire – Pest Control Carmarthenshire – Pest Control Ceredigion

Many of these pests can be harmful or even deadly to people since many of them carry disease into homes. They leave behind droppings which contaminate food and surfaces and they can chew through electrical wiring which raises the chance of a fire breaking out.

I am a professional, experienced mole catcher, providing a complete service for all your rat and mole problems in Carmarthen areas and Cardiganshire areas of West Wales..

Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
We now have the countryside fox and the urban fox. The first more of an opportunist will go on his nightly rounds checking for open chicken coups.  They also prey on new born lambs. The latter walks the streets and gardens scavenging for scraps and going through bins for disguarded food.

Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
In 1992 Rabbit haemorrhagic disease was reported in domestic show rabbits and later transmitted into the wild population.  Bad news for farmers.

Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis)
The grey squirrel is larger and more dominant than our native red squirrel and it has taken over the latter territorially. Known to eat nuts and acorns but will also raid bird nests to feed on eggs and chicks.

Mole (Talpa europaea)
Moles frequently create shallow tunnels just below the surface where they capture worms, insects, and other invertebrates. They can eat some roots, bulbs, and other plant material, but generally the greatest problem caused by moles is their burrowing, which dislodges plants and dries out their roots. In lawn areas, the mounds and ridges resulting from their burrowing are unsightly and disfiguring.

Brown Rat (Ratus norvegicus)
Entered Britain in the 18th century through the shipping trade. A female rat can produce five litters per year having an average of eight young after a gestation period of just over three weeks. Her young are weaned at 4 weeks old and become sexually active anytime after 5 weeks. They will eat just about anything.

Contact Us Today

Phone: 07527 186338

Email: westwalespestservices@gmail.com

 

Our Loaction
We are based in Penrhiwllan near Llandysul.

Areas we Cover

Aberystwyth Llandeilo
Aberaeron Llanelli
Burry Port Lampeter
Cardigan Milford Haven
Carmarthen Narbeth
Fishguard Newcastle Emlyn
Haverfordwest Pembroke
Lampeter Tenby