6 Tuloa St, Wangi Wangi NSW 2267, Australia
6 Tuloa Street Wangi Wangi NS
Home Goods Store, Store
0400 425 889
Monday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
About the business
Pest Control Lake Macquarie - EcoSafe Spraying by Newcastle Kill a Pest | Ph: 0400 425 889
Termite Inspections and Pest Control for Cockroaches, Termites, Rats & Spiders. Your Local Pest Control experts in Lake Macquarie. Call Now!
Harrison Hylands said 2 years ago
Great service! Dean was amazing with his knowledge and expertise. He shared great and honest insight into what to expect and when we should get serviced seasonally for different pests. The phone customer service was prompt and literally organised a service within two days of calling! Will 100% be using these guys come cockroach season!
Kayla Hilton said 2 years ago
Newcastle Kill A Pest were a pleasure to deal with from the first phone call, reminder calls and on the day. They arrived on time, commenced work immediately, and were extremely courteous and polite. We felt that our home was in safe hands as it was sprayed inside and out. Will definitely recommend and use again!! Thank you :)
Julie Winter said 2 years ago
They always: answer their phone, confirm your appointment, SHOW UP!!!!, do a great job - courteous and efficient, and follow up with reminders. And they do it at a fair price. We've had no bugs since using the service. Highly recommend.
James Elliott said 2 years ago
We have been using Newcastle Kill A Pest since at least from 2003. Always been happy with service, friendliness and price. They explain what has been done and listen to any problems that you may be experiencing. And yes, they do turn up on time each time. Thanks Dean for the service today (12/02/2018).
wormpoo21 said 2 years ago
I used to have a massive problem with daddy long-legs but now I can sleep so well at night because the daddy long-legs are in Spider Hell. Suck eggs, daddy long-legs and thanks, Newcastle Kill A Pest!
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