PestCo is the pest control division of Crest Commercial Cleaning Ltd. Our fully trained technicians are experts in Residential and Commercial, internal and external Integrated Pest Management, the most effective and environmentally responsible approach to removing unwanted guests from your premises.
We focus on the individual needs of every customer in order to customise internal and external solutions for all varieties of rodents, insects, birds and feral critters. Our operations adhere to international standards set by AIB and our SafePest® system and ensures that all of our activities are fully health and safety compliant.
Integrated Pest Management is an educated, strategic approach to pest control that minimises risks to people and the environment. By assessing your unique setting and focusing on eliminating factors that are encouraging or supporting pest populations, this sensible and humane process can be used to manage all types of pests in all types of environments – rural, urban and agricultural.
Rodents commonly forage in a 50-metre radius and one colony may be dominating an entire building.
Good hygiene, building maintenance and targeted grounds keeping will really cramp their style.
Flies often breed in areas that are often overlooked during your cleaning, such as floor drains and bins.
Birds seem harmless, but they harbour several diseases that can be transmitted to humans.
These four-footed foes often carry diseases and the first line of defence is making your property unattractive.
These pests are easily transmitted among people and pets, and then transported to new locales.
Long hot days are great for the summer holidays – unfortunately, pests love them, too. Already pest control technicians throughout New Zealand are reporting increases in call outs for servicesRead More
A video, filmed by National Geographic, has revealed several skills that rats use to swim up sewer pipes and into toilets. According to the article, published online, rats can treadRead More
PestCo technicians have been kept busy this summer with a number of treatment requests for wasps, cockroaches, flies, fruit flies, birds, rats and mice, fleas and ants. Technician Mike WillsRead More
Forest and Bird are predicting a pest plaque next winter and spring as a result of abundant beech flowering. “An abundance of beech spring flowering will translate into an abundanceRead More
Now is the time to treat flies, fleas, spiders, ants, native cockroaches, rats, mice and other creepy-crawlies before they settle in to your premises and start enjoying the onset ofRead More
Leaving your bed unmade reduces the number of dust mites. An article, published on BBC News, revealed there could be up to 1.5 million dust mites crawling around in theRead More
The world’s first-ever ant map showing the distribution of the tiny industrious creature has been launched. The interactive map, which took four years to complete, displays the geographic locations ofRead More
A survey of more than 3000 New Zealanders has revealed spiders are the most disliked critter with cockroaches a close second. Survey findings, published on the New Zealand Herald website,Read More
Removing unwanted guests from your premises forms a key part of Mike Wills’ role. The PestCo Service Technician, who has had 15 years experience in the pest control industry, isRead More
What happens when thousands of typical household pests are left to their own devices for a month? The documentary The Secret Life of Your House is an ambitious and uniqueRead More
African pouched rats are assisting with bomb detection in minefields in Africa. They are called ‘Hero Rats’ and spend nine monthsRead More
Articles published in the New Zealand Herald revealed a perpetual rat problem in East Auckland after a Selwyn College pupil was bitten after picking up a dying rat and aRead More
CrestClean’s pest control service PestCo is gaining momentum following its launch in Auckland and Tauranga. PestCo, which is a division of CrestClean, provides customers with pest control services and IntegratedRead More
It’s party time for pests, and some holidaymakers are returning to find uninvited, hungry house-sitters lurking at home. Flies, fleas, wasps and rats have been breeding and feeding frenetically andRead More