Pest Off are the complete solution for Pest Control Fermanagh. Providing both residential & business Pest Control services throughout County Fermanagh and surrounding areas.

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Pest Control / Pest Removal of

  • Rodents
  • Flying / Crawling Insects
  • Woodworm
  • Wasp Nests
  • Fleas / Bed Bugs
  • Fly Screens
  • Sales Service of fly control units
  • Bird Control

Pest Control Services for

  • Supermarkets/Shops/Butchers
  • Bars / Restaurants
  • Hotels
  • Homes / Offices
  • Healthcare
  • Childcare
  • Schools / Colleges
  • Factories
  • Sport facilities
  • Local Authorities

What is Pest Control?

Pest control refers to the removal or management of a species defined as a pest e.g. insects, rodents, birds, wasps, fleas and bugs. A home or business will employ pest control services because these pests are perceived to be detrimental to a person's health and the sanitary health of a business premises. A practitioner in pest control is called an exterminator, not to be confused with the Marvel Comics supervillain better known as Death-Stalker. ☺

Pest Control Fermanagh

We are based in two locations across Fermanagh; Outside Newtownbutler on the shores of Upper Lough Erne, beside Crom Estate and Boa Island near the north shore of Lower Lough Erne, close to Lusty Beg Island, a popular for Spa, Wedding and Accommodation resort. We can provide pest control services throughout County Fermanagh. Whether you are a Fermanagh homeowner, business or Fermanagh local authority we can service your pest control needs. If you are further afield, in the surrounding areas of County Fermanagh we can provide pest control services at your location. Just give us a call.

Geography of Fermanagh

Fermanagh borders other counties; Tyrone, Monaghan, Cavan, Leitrim and Donegal. Enniskillen is the largest and the main town in Fermanagh. The other large towns in the county are Lisnaskea and Irvinestown. Upper and Lower Lough Erne dominate the geography of Fermanagh, in fact 30% of Fermanagh is covered with lakes and waterways. The local council was previously known as Fermanagh District Council. In April 2015 it merged with Omagh District Council as part of a reorganisation of local government. It is now known as Fermanagh and Omagh District Council.