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Professional Pest Control In and Around Glasgow

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Whether it’s domestic or commercial pest control, Environclear can solve the problem, fast.

Professional treatment to target and remove pests. Fast.

Welcome to Environclear. Glasgow's local pest control experts for commercial and residential clients.


Whether it’s domestic or commercial pest control, if you are experiencing pest problems with Ants, Bedbugs, Bees, Beetles, Cockroaches, Fleas, Mice, Rats, Wasps or Bird Fouling, Environclear can solve the problem.


Environclear delivers pest control services to Domestic and Commercial clients across Glasgow and the surrounding areas. We operate a Pest Control IPM system in our approach to the eradication of all common pests found in Private Homes, Hotels, Restaurants, Pubs, Clubs, Let Accommodation and Industrial Buildings.


Fully Insured and professionally qualified to undertake all pest control work.





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We will attend in an unmarked vehicle ensuring that knowledge of your pest problem remains confidential.

same day response

Competitive prices, ensuring that you get the best value for money.

Competitive Prices

Fully Insured and professionally qualified to undertake all pest control work.


trained and certified


At Environclear we will respond rapidly and discreetly to requests for assistance. We will attend in an unmarked vehicle ensuring that knowledge of your pest problem remains confidential.


Environclear can provide one-off pest control treatments, 24 hr emergency response and a comprehensive regular service plan where required.


We firmly believe that best way to solve a pest problem is to employ an Integrated Pest Management approach. In that regard, a full risk and COSHH assessment is undertaken prior to the application of any chemical treatment.


As a matter of routine we also a give preventative advice to reduce the risk of re-infestation.

Integrated Pest Management

'Working together towards a safer, cleaner and healthier environment'


Integrated Pest Management ”. . . the careful consideration of all available pest control techniques and subsequent integration of appropriate measures that discourage the development of pest populations and keep pesticides and other interventions to levels that are economically justified and reduce or minimize risks to human health and the environment. . .” The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.


We utilise an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach and firmly believe that IPM provides the most cost effective, environmentally sound and socially acceptable approach in the eradication of pests.


Integrated Pest Management provides an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management and as such IPM programs use current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interaction with the environment. This information, in combination with available pest control methods, is used to manage pests by the most economical means possible, and with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment.



life cycle of a bed bug

Female bed bugs need to mate at least once every 5-6 weeks to maintain full fertility. The number of eggs a female lays is dependent upon temperature and individual variations. In a warm room a single female may lay  about 3-5 eggs per day producing as many as 500 in a lifetime.

Typical sites for egg laying include crevices and folds in mattresses, in the joints of bed frames, behind wallpaper, and along baseboards.

Eggs hatch in six to 10 days and nymphs undergo 5 stages of development.

With favourable conditions in terms of temperature and blood meals  immature nymphs will develop into adults in approximately 6 weeks.

Nymphs require a blood meal prior to each moult to reach full adulthood.

An adult bed bug can survive cold temperatures and periods of starvation for up to a year, therefore bed bugs may already be present in apparently ‘vacant’ and ‘clean’ apartments or other housing situations.


Bedbug infestation?


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Bed Bug Facts

  • Bed bugs (Cimex lectularius) are small, wingless, flat insects that are 1-5 mm in length about the size of an apple seed.
  • They feed on the blood of people and animals and are most active at night.
  • When looking for evidence of a bed bug infestation it is best to concentrate on areas in and around the bed or sleeping areas.
  • As bed bug populations increase they may migrate to adjacent areas or to nearby rooms.
  • Bed bugs usually stay within 8 feet of where people sleep.
  • Bed bugs have also been known to feed on mammals (cats, dogs, birds, etc). Thus if you have a dog that sleeps on a couch at night the bed bugs could potentially be feeding on the dog at night and inhabiting the couch.
  • Signs of a bed bug infestation include: reddish or brownish faecal spots on bed linen, mattresses, and bed base, musty, odour.
  • If bitten this may result in the appearance of red welts on the skin although not everyone experiences an adverse reaction to a bed bug bite.




Wasp Problem?

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All species of common wasps (Vespula spp) have sharp, tapered abdomens with characteristic black and yellow patterning. They measure between 15 to 20mm in length and have a black head and thorax.


Wasps are colonial insects and live in social groups. An over wintering queen builds a small starter nest and establishes a new colony in the spring of each year.


As the colony grows during summer the nest similarly increases in size and can contain many thousands of wasps.


Males are developed within the colony towards the end of the summer months and these then mate with presumptive queens which then over winter to form a new colony the following spring.


They should not be confused with some bumble bees which also have black and yellow bands but are rounder and have furry bodies.


Honey bees and solitary bees tend to be mostly black with brown or tan banding in some cases.


Whats Bugging You?

For the Control of Wasps Ants, Other Insects, Rats Mice, Birds Foxes, Contact us directly on:


Mobile  - 07711 804 829 (24 hours)

 Office  - 0141 616 2434

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Contact Us - 07711804829 - Ayr Road G77 6ED