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Beetles in Bristol

There is more than one type of beetle, so you may not immediately realise that you have an infestation (our free pest identification service can help –just email us a picture at:

Beetles Bristol

Beetles form the largest insect order with over 40% of all names insect species worldwide. They typically have 6 legs and a pair of hard wing cases. It is often the larvae that causes economic damage, although adults also eat and damage foodstuffs, structures and fabrics.

Here are just a few of the more common beetles seen in Bristol that we treat:


Common furniture beetle

Furniture carpet beetle

Grain Beetles and Weevils

We also provide services for Booklice and Silverfish.


Get an immediate quote for carpet beetle control. Call Giles on 07970 749 482


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Covering Bristol, Bath & surrounding
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Our Reviews on

5.0 out of 5
Reeve came to take a look at a potential rodent under the floorboards in the landing of my property. He was brilliant from start to finish. The job wasn't particularly easy as a lot of carpets needed to be pulled up to access the floorboards. His determination to overcome every obstacle was outstanding and he did a really good job. I'm a nosey person and watched him for over an hour to satisfy my curiosity of how it was all done and Reeve spoke me through what he was doing and why step by step. I've never had to call pest control before but if I need to again in the future I'm definitely contacting this company!
Sian Deidun - 16 March 2017
5.0 out of 5
Fantastic service! The guy who called out to the house was efficient, friendly, knew what he was doing and talking about and gave a full update of everything he was doing. Highly recommended. Also came round quickly and was happy to call outwit hours. Would not hesitate to use again (although hopefully I won't have to!).
Yvonne Lyttle - 15 February 2017