As one of Britain’s leading companies providing Pest Control services to commercial, domestic, and public sector clients, our nationwide coverage puts a Rokill Service Technician nearby whenever you need one.
More Than Just Pest Control
Dealing effectively with all non-wood-boring types of pest and bird problems as they occur, we develop innovative, environmentally sensitive solutions for the detection, prevention and elimination of troublesome pests.
Why Choose Rokill?
At Rokill, we are confident in our abilities. Following an inspection by an experienced surveyor we will provide you with a cost effective solution and upon acceptance we will also provide you with detailed advice and guidance on how to reduce the risk of reinfestation.
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Royal Warrant for Pest Control Services
Rokill Limited is an established Pest Control Company, which has been operating since 1980. We are proud to hold the
Queen’s Royal Warrant for Pest Control Services since 2000.
Fully Trained and Certified Pest Controller
All our Technicians undergo intensive training and sit the RSPH/BPCA (Level 2) Certificate in Pest Control – a recognised qualification for the industry, together with Food Hygiene Training.
Rokill is one of the few pest control companies to have achieved Quality Assurance ISO 9001, Environmental Standard ISO14001, Health and Safety Standard ISO18001 and European pest control accreditation EN16636, ‘Investors In People’ and also a National Training Award.
Why is Pest Control Necessary?
Neglecting pest control can prove an expensive option; pests can cause:
- Diseases that can affect your staff and customers
- Damage to buildings
- Fear and offence
- Damage to food and contamination by droppings and urine
- Loss of reputation and fines of up to £20,000 under the Food Safety Act, 1990
Treating Pests Regularly
Unless pest control treatments are carried out on a regular basis, pest infestations can quickly develop and spread throughout the premises. Having a documented pest control system in place is also a legal requirement under the Food Hygiene (England) Regulations 2005 and is an integral part of the Safer Food, Better Business initiative.