Pest Control Services

Go 2 Pest Control offers successful treatment and removal of ants, bed bugs, bees, birds, cockroaches, fleas, foxes, mice, moths, pigeons, rats, squirrels and wasps. In addition we can help with nest removal and prevention.

Take a look at further details on pests treated below

We Treat Every Callout Like It Is An Emergency


Residential properties benefit from a rapid response, identification and effective treatment


Both proactive and reactive treatments to keep you, your staff and customers in a safe and healthy environment


From small warehouses up to large factories or open yards we have a solution to control any pest infestations

Have you got a pest problem - We Can Help

Here are some common signs of activity of our biggest offenders to look out for.


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What to look for:

Droppings approx 12 mm with tapered ends
Scratching noises, stale odour
Pets showing an interest in a new area
Lighting ceased working (possibly chewed cables)


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What to look for:

Droppings are 3-8mm long Scratching noises
Strong odour from urine
Urine pillars
Grease marks around entry points
or along pipes


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What to look for:

Musty odour
Egg cases (ootheca)
Faecal smears
Shed skins

Or alternatively, our freephone is answered 24 hours a day by experienced, qualified technicians who can advise you on the most effective and suited program to suit your needs.

Rodents & Others

We have many different species of bird in the U.K, a small number affect humans but most are an important part of the of world ecology if there is a risk of public health, safety and financial loss then control measures can be taken to protect the public interest.


  • Urban birds can carry blood feeding parasites
  • Can carry Salmonella & Vibrio cholerae
  • Bacteria Chlamydia psittaci

Foxes are small-to-medium-sized, omnivorous mammals belonging to several genera of the family Canidae. Foxes have a flattened skull, upright triangular ears, a pointed, slightly upturned snout, and a long bushy tail (or brush).

  • Mating season is January/February
  • Average life span 2 years
  • Mostly active at night
  • Characteristic Musty Smell

House Mouse (Mus Domestics)

Mice have adapted to living among humans very well and are possibly the most numerous mammal on earth, second to mankind.

They can adapt to most environments and fit through an area no less than 5 mm square , they prefer dry conditions as when they are wet they cannot hold their body heat well.

  • Gestation period 19-20 days
  • Weaning 3 weeks
  • Sexually mature 5-6 Weeks
  • Litter size 5-8.

The brown rat (Rattus norvegicus)

The brown rat also referred to as the common rat, street rat, sewer rat, Hanover rat, Norway rat, Norwegian rat, or wharf rat is one of the best known and most common rats.

  • Gestation period 21-24 days
  • Litter size 6-11
  • Weaning 3-4 weeks
  • Sexually Mature 12-16 weeks

Grey Squirrel (Sciurus Carolensis)

Grey Squirrels were introduced intentionally to Great Britain in the 1870’s. Active before sunrise and main spike in activity is 4-5 hours after dawn. Can invade loft spaces and chew wooden joists, water pipes and electrical cables to name but a few. Must not be confused with red Squirrels which are fully protected under the wildlife and countryside act.

  • 2 breeding seasons per year
  • Gestation period 45 days
  • Litter size 1-7
  • Weaning 10 weeks

MOLES (Insectivora)

Member of the Insectivora order, within their habitats they are solitary and live mostly below ground in their tunnel systems, coverage of an average area can be anything between 400 and 1600 m2 although food availability can change this.
Moles patrol continuously for 4.5 hours at a time with 3 hrs rest feeding on earthworms that fall through the tunnel system that acts as a pitfall trap.

  • Breed from February to June
  • 4 week gestation
  • Leave the nest at 5 weeks old

Crawling Insects

Black garden ant (Lasius niger)

The black garden ant  also known as the common black ant, is a formicine ant, the type species of the subgenus Lasius, found all over Europe and in some parts of North America, South America, Asia and Australasia.

  • Adults 3-5mm long
  • Eggs are laid by Queen
  • Larvae are fully grown in around 3 weeks
  • Queens are winged initially and can live for several years

Bed bugs (Cimus Lectolarius)

Its association is with Human habitats. They Can survive for up to 12 months without feeding and are nocturnal and search for blood feeds at night. Will find harbourage in furniture, crevices and mattress seams to name but a few. 1 female produces 200(possibly more) eggs laying 4-5 a day, full development from nymph to adult is an average of only 4 months.

  • Nocturnal Parasite
  • Bites can cause severe allergic reactions
  • Can be carried in luggage
  • Can survive for months without a host



Oriental Cockroach (Blatta Orientalis)

Its association is with human habitats. They are mostly found indoors in the U.K in heated buildings, they carry pathogenic bacteria. They will hide in the daytime and forage nightly. A female lays 5 oothecae (egg cases) and 16 nymphs will hatch on average several weeks later.

  • Will forage on many foods
  • Mostly nocturnal
  • Needs access to free water
  • Lives for up to 6 months
  • 17-30 mm in size
  • Black or dark brown in colour

German Cockroach (Blattella Germanica)

Found worldwide and believed to be introduced to the U.K around the time of the Crimean war also known to carry various organisms that can cause human disease. Each ootheca (egg case) contains between 30-40 eggs and carried for an average of 2-4 weeks just before hatching.

  • Known to carry and spread various human disease organism
  • Mostly nocturnal
  • Known to hide in sinks, taps and drains.
  • Omnivorous
  • 2-15 mm in size
  • Yellow/brown colour

Human Flea (Pulex Irritans)

1400 species of Fleas worldwide and up to 60 in Great Britain. They usually lay their eggs loosely among bedding and clothing of the host and are known to have carried human disease (the oriental rat flea was a vector for the plague). The human flea eggs drop from the host and hatch within 2-3 days and are fully grown within 3-4 weeks.

  • Adults are parasitic but larvae are not
  • Possibly evolved from a specie close to flies
  • Can survive for months without a host
  • Can be carried in by pets, clothing & people.

Spiders (Arachnida)

Spiders are present in all environments apart from salt water, 1 acre of rough grassland will have an estimated 2 million plus  spiders, they are predatory on small animals and insects. Bites from spiders native to Great Britain can cause varying degrees discomfort depending on which spider and susceptibility of the individual, ranging from mild discomfort to severe pain.

  • Spiders are classed as arachnids not insects
  • All spiders are venomous apart from the Uloboridae family
  • Most spiders have 8 eyes
  • 650 species currently present in the U.K

Siverfish (Lepisma saccarina)

Silverfish are common in the U.K and found worldwide. They are nocturnal and forage for food at night. They can damage stored foods and papers. They hide by day in crevices and under kitchen units and baths.

  • 100 eggs are laid over an 8 week period
  • Up to 20 mm in length
  • Take 1 year to develop to an adult
  • 10 moults in the first year
  • Nocturnal

Flying Insects

Flying Ants (lasius Niger)

Commonly from the Garden Ant (lasius Niger), during late summer sexually mature and winged males along with large females emerge from the nest in large numbers and swarm. they mate on the wing and settle exhausted. A small number of  mated females survive and males usually die quickly.

  • Adults 3-5mm long
  • Eggs are laid by Queen
  • Larvae are fully grown in around 3 weeks
  • Queens are winged initially and can live for several years

Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, known for their role in pollination and, in the case of the best-known bee species, the European honey bee, for producing honey and beeswax.

  • 1 queen per hive
  • 270 species recorded in Great Britain
  • Numbers unfortunately in decline
  • Bees are crucial to UK economy

Common House Fly  (Musca Domestica)

Commonly associated with humans worldwide. They can eject saliva on to solid food materials which once dissolved will be sucked up for ingestion. Adults will lay several batches of eggs, up to 150 on animal faeces or rotting materials and hatch between 8 and 48 hours.

  • Spoil food
  • Transmit disease
  • Batches of eggs up to 150
  • Larvae can develop in 5 days in right conditions

Hornets (Order Hymenoptera)

Workers are up to 25mm in length and are similar in appearance to Wasps but larger in size and chestnut brown in colour. They mainly feed on insects but will supplement their diet with tree sap. Can mobilise the entire colony to sting.

  • Occasionally nest in the ground but usually in holes in trees, wall cavities and loft space.
  • Can destroy Bee hives killing up to 40 Bees per minute
  • Will feed on grasshoppers and Bees
  • Damage trees by stripping bark to eat the sap.

Common Clothes Moth (Tineola Bisselliella)

Found worldwide apart from the tropics. The moths themselves do not cause damage to materials it is the larvae. Eggs will hatch within 1-5 weeks in suitable conditions and above 10 celsius.

  • larvae feed on feathers, wool  & woven fibres
  • Larvae develop between 2-7 months
  • Pupae develop between 2 weeks- 2 months
  • Will leave holes in clothes and carpets appear threadbare
  • Pre-owned clothes may carry eggs, always dry clean first.

Common wasp, german wasp

A wasp is any insect of the order Hymenoptera and suborder Apocrita that is neither a bee nor an ant. The Apocrita have a common evolutionary ancestor and form a clade; wasps as a group do not form a clade, but are paraphyletic with respect to bees and ants.

  • Colonies up to 10,000
  • Can sting repeatedly and their venom can cause other wasps to become more aggressive
  • The U.K most commonly has the german and common wasp
  • Nests can be below ground and at height
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Price Match Promise

The Go 2 Price Match means that you can be assured when using our service, that you are receiving the most effective treatment at a competitive price by skilled and experienced Go 2 technicians.

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Specialist Services

Disinfecting Service – Combat virus in homes, offices, retail, schools

Disinfecting Service

It has always been important for us to protect our environments by making sure they are clean; free of viruses, bacteria and contamination. However, this has perhaps never been more important than in the recent outbreak of coronavirus  which we now find ourselves in the midst of.

With our disinfection services Go 2 Pest control can provide you with the peace of mind that your environment, whether this be domestic or commercial, is free of dangerous diseases and harmful viruses such as coronavirus.

Pigeon Netting & Spiking

Bird control in urban areas requires extensive knowledge of the biology and behaviours of the species.

Just one of our solutions for control is netting and spiking, it is effective in creating an environment where the birds will move on of their own accord.

Carrying out these works requires specialist equipment and a stringent adherence to health and safety, working at heights and dealing with hazardous substances and should only be carried out by our professional team.

Environmentally Friendly

household pets - safe from pest control

Child & Pet Friendly Products

Residential properties benefit from a rapid response, identification and effective treatment.
This is where our Go 2 technicians’ experience and training excel, resulting in our customers having their pest problem controlled sooner.

Badger - Think Wildlife Campaign

Non-Target Species Protection

There are so many unusual and fascinating creatures in the animal kingdom and we think they’re all great.

Our goal here at go 2 pest control is to protect public health and to never disturb non-target species.

Go 2 are registered supporters of the “Think Wildlife Campaign”

Have you got a pest problem?

If you need effective treatment for all types of psest, the Go 2 Pest Control team is the only one to Go 2.



The Go 2 price match means that you can be assured when using our service, that you are receiving the most effective treatment at a competitive price by skilled and experienced Go 2 technicians.

If you receive a cheaper quote for a like-for-like service including both materials and aftercare…. We will match it. Just send us the detail and we will take care of the rest subject to terms and conditions.