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Head Office:
Oak House, Outgang Road
Pickering YO18 7EL
01751 474727

Farming & Agriculture

Specialists in Farming and Agricultural Pest Control

You've done all the hard work so why let some unwelcome visitors spoil it? Rodents are a major problem to farmers as they can cause considerable damage as a result of their gnawing behaviour which, at least, could be a hole in the fabric of a building .

P A Pest control is experienced in providing farm pest control and has supported the farming community for many years to minimise the risk of infestation.

Many farmers choose to enter into a contract with us to provide their farm with regular visits from one of our technicians who are experienced and trained in farm pest control methods.

Professional Rat Control

P A Pest Control service technicians provide highly targeted treatment to deal with any rodent problem.

Call us now on 01751 474727 for pest control in North Yorkshire or email us at

Food Manufacturing

Specialists in Food Manufacturing Pest Control

Our service offer is designed specifically for food manufacturers to ensure that pest activity will not have a negative impact on your standards or those of your customers and auditors.

The service programme that we draw up is very specific to the facility and will take into account the particular pest threats according to the type of food processing

Preventative Controls

We provide the preventative controls to minimise the risk of an initial infestation, non-toxic treatments for any pest that does manage to penetrate the outer cordon and detection technology to highlight when intervention may be necessary.

Call us now on 01751 474727 for pest control in North Yorkshire or email us at You can be assured of our utmost discretion. We will only visit your premises in unmarked vehicles.


Hotels & Guesthouses

Keep out Unwanted Guests

Proactive pest control is important for hotels not only because of their vulnerability to pest threats, but also because of the impact they can have on the reputation of your hotel.

Kitchen and Dining Areas

The kitchen, restaurant and other dining areas need particular protection from mice, rats, flies and cockroaches that pose a high risk of spreading disease. Proactive treatment is essential in these areas and will be expected by environmental health inspections.

If pests are not adequately controlled, they will move from food preparation and storage zones into dining and other areas which may cause nuisance or distress to your customers.

Hotel Accommodation

The biggest pest threats to hotel accommodation areas are bedbugs and other biting insects.

Bedbugs are becoming a major issue in hotels in many areas. All hotels are at risk from bedbugs, but especially those where there are large numbers of travellers that move frequently between hotels.

Prompt action against bedbugs is key – early detection and treatment ensures that they do not spread to other parts of the building.

Exterior Pest Control

P A Pest Control will also treat and prevent pest problems in the grounds of your hotel including bird deterrence and helping to proof against other wildlife.

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Pest Control in North Yorkshire and East Coast



All our bird proofing methods are designed not to harm bird species in any way

This type of bird proofing is a very affective way of stopping pigeons and seagulls perching on ledges and chimney stacks. Spikes can be fixed in place with screws, cable ties, or special adhesive.

Anti perch spikes are used to protect linear problem areas from perching and roosting birds. The spikes are 112mm tall, for the control of pigeons and 150mm tall for the control of seagulls which is just enough to make them longer than the pigeons or seagulls leg.

This makes it impossible for the bird to land in between the spikes without being affected by the spikes.

You can stop the mess and health hazard posed when birds congregate in a location, simply and cost effectively with this type of bird deterrent spikes.

Manufactured from weatherproof, UV stabilised polycarbonate (or polycarbonate and stainless steel), the spikes can be fixed in place with screws, cable ties, or special adhesive.

We can offer to supply this type of bird deterrent for you the customer to install or ask us to supply and install at very competitive prices.

Bird Netting

The mesh sizes and colour are specifically chosen to suit the bird pests involved. Net comes in various gauges (the size of the square) and is carefully chosen to combat the pest bird species involved. Zips can be fitted within the netting to allow for access to services beyond. Netting, when fitted correctly, can be virtually invisible at distance.

This type of bird deterrent we install at very competitive prices

Call us now on 01751 474727 for pest control in North Yorkshire, 01723 865222 for Yorkshire East Coast, or email us at

Guide to netting sizes:

• PIGEONS 50mm
• GULLS 75mm


"I just discovered that we have a wasps nest in the roof of our garage. The wasps are flying in and out of the roofspace. How do I get rid of it without getting stung."

Easy! Call PA Pest Control now. We will deal with the infestation swiftly, professionally and discreetly. Call now on 01751 474727 for pest control in North Yorkshire, 01723 865222 for Yorkshire East Coast.


PA Pest Control provides an wasp nest removal service to residential and commercial properties throughout North Yorkshire and the East Coast.  

There are approximately 300 different types of wasp in the UK, but it is very likely your wasps are 'The common wasp, Vespula vulgaris' or 'The German wasp, or European wasp, Vespula germanica' In spring, the queen wasps leave their hibernation and search for nesting sites.

Having selected a site, the queen wasp starts to construct her nest with a papery material that she makes by chewing wood mixed with saliva.

The nest contains cells in which eggs are laid, when the grubs hatch the queen wasp feeds them until they are ready to become wasps.

By July there are sufficient adult workers to take over duties of building the nest and feeding the grubs.

Nest building continues until the colony consists of 1000's of workers. During mid and late summer, males and young queen wasps are produced, and the fertilised young queen wasps fly off to hibernate in dry protected places.

As winter approaches, food sources diminish and the nest goes into decline, the queen wasp and her remaining wasps die, only the new queen wasps survive the winter in hibernation. In spring, the queen wasps exit their hibernating places and we start all over again.

Call us now on 01751 474727 for pest control in
North Yorkshire, 01723 865222 for Yorkshire East Coast, or email us at