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Domestic Gull control

keep your home safe from gulls

Let's talk about your pest problem. Call Beaver Pest Control London on 020 8355 3443

Fast and effective gull control for London & the South East

Gulls are best known for being beside the coast but are known to move further inland around large bodies of water. They can be very aggressive especially in nesting season to protect their young. Beaver Pest Control have an in-house specialist bird control team that is trained and experienced in dealing with all bird pests.



Our helpful, friendly teams are here to help you at each step of your journey to a pest free home.

1. Dedicated Customer Service

We are always available for advice and offer 24/7 out of hours phone line for urgent requests.

2. Survey

One of our expert surveyors will attend the property to assess options for proofing and discuss with you how to proceed.

3. Proofing

One of our specialist bird control technicians will install the recommended proofing system for your home.

4. Recommendations

Our technician will provide any advice on how to maintain a bird-free home and how to maintain the proofing system.

Specialist Services


Revolutionary bird scaring system using innovative technology to provide effective and long-term bird deterrent.

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Minimally visible electric bird control system that uses a small electrostatic pulse to scare birds away.

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Bird Gel, placed in small plastic trays, reflects UV light appearing to birds as flames.

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How do I know if I have a gull problem?

If you think you’ve spotted signs of a problem with gulls, you’re in the right place. This quick guide to gulls will help you understand what you are dealing with.

The most common gulls in the UK are the Herring gull (Larus argentatus) and Lesser black-backed gull (Larus fuscus). While they are most associated with costal towns, large gull populations can be found anywhere if there is available food. Once a breeding site is chosen, gulls will usually return to it every year so you will often find them returning during April and May each year to lay eggs. Gulls can lay up to 3 eggs each year, eggs will usually hatch after 30 days, the young will then take their first flight 10 days after hatching.

At Beaver we practice Integrated Pest Management (IPM). This is a sustainable approach to managing pests by combining biological, cultural, physical and chemical tools in a way that minimises economic, health, and environmental risks.

Customer Reviews

Absolutely not. We provide an individualised service for each client and their pest problem. Our pest treatments will be tailored to your needs!

Domestically we cover London and the South-East. We offer national coverage for commercial customers. 

Use our residential postcode checker to see if we cover your home.

Payment is taken upon booking of the job with our customer service team. We accept all major credit cards with the exception of American Express.

Using a professional company is the quickest and most effective way to get rid of gulls. The training given to professional technicians is not just about how to treat pest but also, and more importantly, how to do it safely so no harm comes to other animals, including pets and other wildlife.

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