Pest Control Singleton

We exterminate 11 pests in 1 treatment

Our spray treatment eliminates up to 11 pests, including spiders, cockroaches, silverfish, earwigs, slaters, scorpions, centipedes, millipedes, clothes moths, pantry months, paper wasps, mud wasps and tape wasps.

Rebel Pest – Your Local Pest Professionals in Singelton

Rebel Pest Professionals is locally owned and operated, servicing Singleton and the Hunter Valley for over 25 years.

We cover the key areas / suburbs including Singleton Heights, Dunolly, Darlington, The Retreat, Wattle Ponds and Hunterview and surrounding rural villages include Broke, Camberwell, Jerrys Plains, Goorangoola/Greenlands, Belford, Lower Belford and more.

We deliver personalised and trustworthy pest control services to homes and businesses across the Singleton Council area.

Our Key Pest Control Services in Singleton

Spiders are one of the key pests in Singleton and we carry out “spider sprays” for most of the year, mainly from Spring until Autumn. Often the spider spray forms part of a general pest treatment so keep the property free from a range of pests.

Rodents are a problem throughout the year but especially during winter. Rebel Pest Professionals provide safe and guaranteed rodent treatments to get rid of your mice and rat problems.

For homeowners, protecting their property from termite attack is a high priority. Our annual termite inspection is a must. Many of our customers combine their annual pest control or spider treatment with their annual termite inspection to get significant savings when compared to booking the services separately. To protect buildings from termite attack it is necessary to install a termite management system (carry out a preventative termite treatment).

We do offer a range of other specialist pest control services (click on a pest below to find out more).

We also offer a range of commercial pest control services to health care and aged care facilities, schools, cafes, restaurants, hotels, retail, office buildings, real estate and mining.

Singleton Climate

Although Singleton officially has a sub-tropical climate, and it certainly does have warm humid summers, it can also have hot, dry period. Winters can also be quite cold, especially at night.

The warm year round temperatures and plenty of rainfall makes Singleton ideal for pests – with rapid breeding, infestations can get quickly out of control. The cooler winters can drive rodents indoors looking for warmth and shelter.

Singleton – Key Pests

Other than termites, which should always be the number one concern for homeowners, the main pests in the Singleton area are spiders, ants and cockroaches. European wasps can also be a problem and present a significant health threat, especially to children and pets.

Being a more rural area, Coptotermes tends to be the most common termite species in Singleton. With colonies that can grow to over 1 million individuals, this is a termite that can cause significant damage to a home in as little as 6 months. Installing a termite protection system around your home and having annual termite inspections are a much to prevent a termite attack.

Singelton – Key Facts

The traditional owners, the Wonnarua / Wanaruah people, have been in the Singleton area for around 30,000 years. European settlers establish Singleton in the 1820s. The main industries near Singleton include coal mining, electricity, wine making, horse breeding and cattle production, with coal mining being the biggest employer in the area (24%). With the wineries and national parks, Singleton is also a tourism hub.

Geographically, the dividing range is to the west, which includes Yengo and Wollemi National Parks, with Barrington Tops National Park to the north. The Hunter River flows through Singleton and occasionally causes flood issues.

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