Moth Control

from £125

  • Protection for your clothes, carpets and curtains
  • Elimination of eggs, larvae and adult moths
  • Guaranteed results with our 3-visit package
  • Sanitation and disinfection upon request
  • Safe and approved pest control methods

Rely on Fantastic Pest Control for Moth Control in London

Moths often invade households to seek shelter and food. As you surely know, they have quite the appetite for delicate clothes. If your property has been affected by these pesky flying insects, then take advantage of a comprehensive moth control London service. Fantastic Pest Control will treat your property in an effective way so you won’t have to worry about holes in your favourite sweaters.

We can provide you with a quick and effective full-service against a wide variety of winged bugs – including clothes and carpet moths, flies and carpet beetles as well.

The services of Fantastic Pest Control have an average score of 4.7 / 5 as rated by 33 precious customers.

Pest technician inspects for flying insectsAs part of the clothes and carpet moth treatment, your Fantastic pest controller will carefully examine your property to assess the situation.

He will then determine how to best handle the situation.

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Your pest control specialist will treat affected areas with a specialised insecticide that has a powerful knock-down effect on all carpet and clothes moths.

The walls, skirting boards, floors, curtains, cupboards, and wardrobes will be treated thoroughly. No insecticide will be sprayed directly on your clothes.

Pest technician observes results after flying insects treatmentThe treatment for moths carried by Fantastic Pest Control protects your home from flying insects for an extended period of time. We provide full service with a 3-month guarantee which means that you can request up to two additional anti-moth sessions.

If your home still shows signs of moth activity after the initial treatment, your pest control technician can come again, inspect the property and proceed with a second treatment, if needed.

Pest technician writes report about the serviceThe technician will even offer to share with some useful tips for preventing future moth infestation. He will also give you a copy of the written report about the completed treatment.

Moth Control Prices

Moth control prices for 1 bedroom property

Service TypePrice
Inspection£30
One-off Treatment (single visit only)£125
Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*£159
Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**£235

Moth control prices for 2 bedrooms property

Service TypePrice
Inspection£30
One-off Treatment (single visit only)£135
Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*£169
Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**£245

Moth control prices for 3 bedrooms property

Service TypePrice
Inspection£30
One-off Treatment (single visit only)£145
Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*£179
Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**£255

Moth control prices for 4 bedrooms property

Service TypePrice
Inspection£30
One-off Treatment (single visit only)£155
Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*£189
Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**£265

– Prices are applicable for residential properties only.

– All insects treatments include treatment of the affected areas only.

– No further charges go on top of the rates except parking and congestion, if applicable.

– £20 additional charge on all night jobs (night job is considered between 8pm and 5am appointment time)

* Treatment with a 1-month guarantee consists of 1 major visit + 1 follow-up in a 1-month period. Please mind that a follow-up can be organised only upon your further request.

** Full treatment with a 3-month guarantee consists of 1 major visit + 2 follow-ups in a 3-month period. Please mind that follow-ups can be organised only upon your further request.

*** If your property has more than 4 bedrooms, contact us for a quote.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why have moths invaded my home?

Many households store a respectable amount of pantry items (flour, grain, etc.) and clothing made of wool, silk, fur, and other natural materials. Any of these provides all the nourishment that the moth larvae need to grow into an adult. However, this process will significantly degrade your items’ quality, so it’s best to deal with the intruders as soon as you spot them.

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Where do moths prefer to hide?

Moths avoid well-lighted areas and prefer to skulk in the shadows of basements, attics, or closets. Even if you know where to look, these creatures can be difficult to spot as they will hide in corners or between the folds of fabrics. This often leads to scenarios where a moth infestation goes by unnoticed for weeks on end until all clothes or furnishings are damaged beyond repair.

What are the telltale signs of a moth infestation?

The most visible signs of an active infestation are irregularly-shaped holes in clothing and furnishing. Other signs include tubes or cases teeming with maggot-like larvae, silk cocoons in the corners of your room or furniture, and adult moths that spend more time crawling than flying.

Why do moths snack on my clothes?

Keratin is a fibrous protein that is contained within animal-based materials and is an essential part of the moth larvae diet. Female moths lay their offspring near silk, cashmere, angora, wool, or near fallen human hair or pet dander so that the larvae can easily extract the protein within.

Which moth species are a threat to my wardrobe?

Common clothes and case-bearing clothes moths munch on woollen fabrics, but will not turn down other natural materials. Brown house moths, on the other hand, feed almost exclusively on feathers, leather, and other animal-based materials. And if you spot white-shouldered house moths – hide your clothing someplace safe as these will gladly feast on just about anything.

My carpets are infested with moth larvae. Now what?

If the moth larvae have decided to nest in your carpet, make sure to vacuum it as often as possible and change your vacuum bags frequently. To ensure that your carpet won’t get immediately reinfested, it’s recommended that you also thoroughly wash all soft furnishings, curtains, and towels in the area.

How can I deal with moth worms in my home?

If you suspect that your wardrobe is infested, remove all your clothes from there immediately and wash them in hot water. For more sensitive fabrics, you can put them in the freezer for the next 24 hours instead. Then, vacuum the furniture and the area around it and wipe all shelves and drawers with a mixture of hot water and vinegar. Use mothballs only if nothing else works.

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