Malaga Pest Control

Pest Control in Malaga

Malaga is a busy suburb in Western Australia, most known for their status as an industrial town and for their row of retail stores along Beach Road.

Need pest control in Malaga?

With limited residential properties, many common household pests don’t have a chance to infiltrate homes, but that doesn’t mean pests aren’t able to make their way into factories, warehouses, offices and retail stores.

What are common pests in Malaga?

  • Cockroaches are notorious for making their way onto any property. Known as one of the most hated pests on the planet, cockroaches have no place on your property.
  • Rodents are also known for wreaking havoc on commercial properties, leaving behind funky odours, hundreds of little droppings and electrical damage (as they enjoy chewing through wires found in your walls)
  • Ants are everywhere, but the one place they shouldn’t be is on your commercial property, contaminating your premises and at times your food.
  • Silverfish are most active during the summer, but these pests are known for ruining natural and synthetic fibers, including books, paper etc.

What other services do we offer?

Flick Anticimex also offers washroom and hygiene services for any business looking to have a fresher and cleaner washroom. The status of your washroom has a massive effect not only on your reputation but also on the well-being of your customers and staff. Less than excellent washroom hygiene could potentially decrease the productivity, morale, well-being, health, and illnesses at work.

What makes Flick Anticimex different?

Flick Anticimex has a long history of tackling pest control problems all across Australia. Starting in the mid-1910’s, the Flick company was a pest control business operating in Northern NSW. Now, Flick Anticimex is Australia wide, servicing the needs of residents and commercial bodies with our trusted, expert Flick technicians. In addition, we provide washroom and hygiene services and hygiene consumables for commercial businesses.

Published: 09-03-2017