Pest Control and Termite Services Cessnock
Rebel Pest Professionals is locally owned and operated, servicing Cessnock for over 25 years.
As well as the city of Cessnock, we cover the nearby areas/suburbs including Millfield, Pokolbin, and Lovedale.
We deliver personalised and trustworthy pest control services to homes and businesses across the Cessnock area.
Our Key Pest Control Services in Cessnock
- Pest Control Cessnock
- Termite inspections Cessnock
- Termite treatments Cessnock
- Spider sprays Cessnock
Having an annual termite inspection is a wise idea for any homeowner looking to protect their investment. A general pest treatment can easily be added on to a termite inspection, an option that is popular with many customers. Having both services at the same time is more cost-effective, and can mean making significant savings.
For more specific pest problems, we offer a range of specialist pest control services (click on one of the pest images below to find out more).
For commercial customers, we create regular servicing schedules tailored to the unique needs of the business. When it comes to pest control, Cessnock business owners know they can trust us to ensure their premises remain safe, pest-free environments.
Due to its inland location, Cessnock has a sub-tropical climate with hot, usually dry summers and cool winters. Humidity is not as much of an issue compared with coastal locations. Winter temperatures are low, and frosts are not uncommon.
Cessnock – Key Pests
Termites should always be the top pest of concern for homeowners. Termites ‘swarm’ in the spring and continue to be active throughout the summer months.
Spiders also make a regular appearance during the spring/summer season. Having a property sprayed for spiders will not only reduce spider numbers but will control cockroaches and other insects too.
Low winter temperatures can see rodents entering buildings seeking food and shelter and pose a particular risk for homeowners in more rural areas.
Cessnock – Key Facts
The area of Cessnock covers nearly 2,000 square kilometres within the Hunter Valley. Its steadily growing population of over 60,000 is comprised of Cessnock city and the surrounding towns and rural villages.
With its many shops, facilities and accommodation options, Cessnock is regarded as the gateway to the Hunter Valley vineyards.
Cessnock was given its name by a Scottish settler in the 1820s, who named it after Cessnock Castle in Scotland, which had belonged to his grandfather.