Slug Control

from £70

  • Effective, organic and safe slug control
  • Treatment with a natural active ingredient
  • Experienced & qualified pest controllers
  • Short-notice booking options, if available

Keep Your Garden Life Safe with Our Natural Slug Control in London

We understand how upsetting is to find out one morning that your fresh, crunchy lettuce has been eaten by slugs. Despair not but get Fantastic Pest Control in London to handle the problem!

We can provide you with a natural slug and snail control solution that eliminates successfully the garden pest without any adverse effect on beneficial insects and plant life.

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

The garden pest control expert will inspect carefully the affected outdoor area and will evaluate the level of the infestation. Then, he will proceed with applying the right snail/slug treatment and you will be advised on aftercare and post-service procedures.

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Fantastic Pest Control will provide you with an effective organic slug treatment, which will get rid of your garden foes fast and with outstanding results. The product contains a non-toxic, naturally occurring active ingredient and it will be applied on the affected areas, including around edible plants, vegetables and herbs.

The main natural compound breaks down into iron and phosphate and offers the added benefit of enriching the soil around the plants. In addition, the slug and snail treatment product is rainfast, which means that rain will not affect its effectiveness by diminishing its potency.

The organic bait type of pest treatment attracts the creatures immediately. They will feed on it and slowly move away or disappear underground. Your garden will be free of slugs, with no traces of slime or any treated garden pests left behind for you to dispose of.

Slug and Snail Control Prices

Service TypePrice
One-off treatment (single visit only)£70

– Prices are applicable for residential properties 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)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why slugs appear after rain?

Slugs breathe through their skin and are mostly made of water. The need humid conditions to avoid desiccation. Hence, they prefer moist environment and rainy conditions in order to survive.

Where do slugs come from?

When it comes to slug infestation, there are several reasons why your previously slug-free garden suddenly gets invaded by the mollusc creatures. They may have slowly made their way into your backyard from the neighbouring gardens, attracted to your delicious plants. Or you may have “imported” their eggs in the soil of the potted plants you last purchased.

What are slugs attracted to?

Slugs prefer shady damp places and are in search of their favourite food usually at night. They are attracted to dense foliage, which keeps the soil underneath moist and protected from the sun. Plants with leaves close to the ground are at risk of getting damaged by slugs. Generally, evergreens are not of any interest to the hungry gastropods.

Is there a difference between slugs and snails?

Slugs and snails are two different species. They are both gastropods that belong to the mollusc type of invertebrate animals. Commonly, slugs are mistaken for snails without a shell. A snail will die if it loses its shell - its only protection against desiccation, whereas slugs hide away underground from the scorching sun in the hot summer months.

What do slugs feed on?

Garden slugs like eating a wide variety of plants. Many species of snails are omnivorous, so they will feed on lichen, carrion, worms, mushrooms, fallen fruit and vegetation.

Are there any poisonous slugs?

Common garden slugs are not dangerous or poisonous. There is, however, a marine snail - the marbled cone snail - that lives in tropical warm seas. It feeds on small fish and is highly toxic. A small amount of its venom can kill a human.

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