Fumigation Services in LondonProtect your property against insect infestations with a general fumigation
- Flexible booking options
- Safety- & COSHH-compliant service
- Done by experienced professionals
- Discreet service can be arranged
Have your property fumigated in 4 simple steps
- 1. Book a fumigation service online.
- 2. A technician will come to your address.
- 3. He will fumigate the property room by room.
- 4. Your premises are protected against insects.
General Fumigation service prices
As a member of the Fantastic club, you can get £30 OFF for 10 different services within 1 year.
|Service Type||Fantastic Club price||Standard price|
|General Fumigation||from £165||from £195|
Join the Fantastic Club and get:
- £300 in credits
- Preferential member rates
- Domestic cleaning from £13/h
- Real-time arrival tracker
- Priority booking & case handling
The price rates are only valid for residential properties.
The prices are not affected by any extra fees besides parking and congestion (where applicable).
£30 additional charge on all night jobs (night job is considered between 8pm and 5am appointment time).
T&C and Minimum call out charges apply. When we calculate the price, we also take into consideration the area's dimensions and the time of the appointment. All prices and deals are valid for areas within M25. Congestion charges are excluded (when applicable). Note that prices may vary for areas outside of M25, call in for more details on your location.
Here is what to expect from your fumigation pest control
This procedure is a general treatment done with an insecticide spray. The purpose behind it is to protect the property from a potential insect infestation. For example, most tenancy agreements often include a clause regarding a mandatory property fumigation. When the time for your house fumigation arrives, a fully equipped technician will visit your address to apply the product and keep the pesky bugs at bay for weeks to come.
A few precautionary measures to keep in mind
For your safety and for optimal results, there are a few checklist boxes that you need to tick on the morning before the specialist arrives, namely:
- Remove any pets from your property, fish included;
- Hoover all areas that are about to be treated.
When the London exterminator begins the fumigation, leave the property for about 2 hours, then air out the treated premises for 5 to 10 minutes. Avoid hoovering the treated areas for at least 4 days.
Frequently asked questions
Q: I see two sets of prices on your page. So, what are the perks of getting a Fantastic Club membership?
A: When you join the club, the discounted prices, you see, are valid for a whole year, regardless of what service you book.
Q: Can you reschedule my appointment if something comes up?
A: Absolutely! But don’t forget that this is an easy thing that you can actually do yourself, instead of spending time on the phone with us or exchanging emails. Just create a Fantastic account and manage all your services in one place at your convenience.
Q: When should I book a fumigation service?
A: This service is only performed as a preventive measure and cannot be used to treat ongoing infestations. It is done with insecticide sprays that have a long residual effect.
Q: Is the pest technician using safe products?
A: Yes, however they are slightly toxic while airborne, which is why the exterminator will advise you to leave the building for the entire duration of the treatment.
Q: Does fumigation help against rodents?
A: Unfortunately, this service is only efficient at preventing insect infestations and will not work on bigger animals. If you are facing rodents, please opt for our rodent extermination services instead.
Q: How long will the treatment last?
A: This will depend on many factors, for example your property’s size and layout. However, the specialist will be able to give you an exact estimate after performing an inspection.
Q: When is the best time to book a fumigation service?
A: In the UK, the highest peak in pest activity is usually seen at the end of summer when the animals start searching for a cosy shelter to escape the approaching winter.