Frequently Asked Questions
Here's a collection of answers to questions we get asked from time to time. If you've got a question that's not answered here, please do get in touch - there's no question too stupid!
Calls can be prioritised once we have spoken with you and have all the details about your problem. We always try to respond to urgent requests for treatment as soon as possible, either the same… read full answer
Yes, we work for both domestic customers and commercial customers. colleges and the NHS. The majority of our work is with commercial customers.
Cleankill Pest Control carries out pest control in London and across the South East of England from our offices in Croydon and Seaford. We predominantly work in Surrey, Kent, Sussex and Greater… read full answer
We can offer advice and help with a wide range of pests commonly found in the London, Surrey, Kent and Sussex area. For a comprehensive guide to dealing with everything from Ants to Wasps and to… read full answer
Every industry is governed by its own set of health, safety and hygiene legislation. Cleankill helps companies of all types and sizes to comply with the regulations that may affect them. These… read full answer
We use as few chemicals as possible and do our best to prevent infestations occurring in the first place. Most importantly, our staff will never over-treat or carry out a treatment unless it is… read full answer
Most of our vehicles have the Cleankill logo. If you are concerned about this, please tell our staff when you book your appointment.
Yes, Cleankill has all the insurance protection you would expect a professional company to hold. This includes employers’ liability up to £10 million and public liability insurance up to £10… read full answer
We have over 20 years of experience working in the commercial sector, providing commercial pest control services in London, Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Hampshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and… read full answer
Pest infestation can occur unexpectedly. With preventative treatment your business will be better equipped to cope with pest infestation, if and when it happens, by preventing pests from becoming… read full answer