Newcastle Pest Control

Our local experts provide safe and effective pest control services across the Newcastle region. Located in Beresfield we provide pest control services to homes and business in and around Adamstown, Nelson Bay, Maitland, Muswellbrook and Mayfield. With expert technicians that know the area we are committed to providing safe and effective pest control solutions to all Newcastle residents that we have proudly served Australia for over 100 years. Our merger with Enviropest and Amalgamated Pest Control has allowed us to expand our service increasing our ability to provide premier treatment solutions to residential, commercial and industrial properties alike.

Other nearby office include Port Macquarie, Canberra, and Sydney. Whether you are looking for emergency pest control or simply seek a preventative pest control plan, give our team a call on 02 4748 9322.

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Flick offers premier pest control solutions

Since merging with Enviropest and Amalgamated Pest Control, Flick has been able to expand its service and increase our ability to offer homeowners and commercial and industrial property owners the best in premier pest control treatment solutions, including disinfection services. These solutions can include ways to deal with all manner of potential pests including the likes of mice control, spider control, termite treatment and cockroach control.

Safeguard your home with Flick pest control

Even the tiniest of pests can cause real damage to the exterior and interior of homes and commercial properties, including the contamination of food and utensils. Nearby Flick offices can be found in Canberra, Port Macquarie and Sydney, so those wanting to create a plan for preventative pest control and who are in need of emergency pest control solutions should get in touch with our team immediately by calling 02 4748 9322.

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