Matthew Homden, Kent Pest management

Kent Pest management Pest Control
4B Eardley Road
TN13 1XT
I am looking for customers who would like regular inspections and can supply a service that will cover EHO and HSE requirements for pest control

What's Happening?

Business Description


Long-Term Benefits

We can help protect you and your business reputation with a tailor made pest control program. We will visit your business and help you build the program that best suits you and your business. only pay for what you need and what you want cover for. Buy protecting your business you will be complying with the Public Health Act (1936) & (1961), Food Safety Act (1990) and The Prevention of Damage by Pests Act (1949) witch all state that your premises must be pest free and safe for the public. We will supply you with a report folder that will hold all your reports from our visits recording what was done, what we found and any recommendations.


Pest Control in Kent You Can Trust

All our technicians are RSPH Level 2 trained and we are fully insured for your protection.

We will be discreet at all times trying our best to visit your home or business at a time that suits you.

We will treat every job as if it was our own home solving your problem as quick and effectively as we can no matter what your pest control needs. 

What we can offer

Do you have sounds in your loft and you don't know what it could be?

We can offer a camera service in your loft or behind units with our Cameras.

Once this is completed we can suggest the best course of action that should be taken.  

We can offer services for all your pest control needs in domestic and commercial property's. 

Providing rodent, insect and bird pest control in and around Kent.

Royal Tunbridge Wells Orpington Sevenoaks

There are Six different species of mice in the UK with the house mouse (as seen above) being the most common.

House mouse (Mus domesticus)


  • Require 3-4 g of food a day
  • Gets water from food
  • Gestation period approximately 21 days
  • Sexually mature in 5-8 weeks
  • Weaning period approximately 21 days
  • Average litter 5-8


Cosmopolitan and widespread. Highly adaptive and able to survive in a wide range of habitats.  


  • Average size- weight 15 g (can reach 25 g)
  • Body length 70-90 mm
  • Tail length 50-70 mm


Large ears and pointed muzzle giving a triangular shaped head. 

Droppings are a small spindle shape between 3-7 mm long in a scattered pattern. the house mouse can do up to 80 droppings per day as well as being incontinent.

Being an omnivorous the house mouse will eat a wide variety of food depending on availability and location.


Why Control mice? 


Mice pose a threat to human health, they can transmit diseases though contact with there theses and by making contact with food and drink that is consumed by humans.


It is a legal requirement to control mice 


Accreditations & Qualifications

Level 2 Award in Pest Management.

The Basic Principles Of Rodent Control.

The Basic Principles Of Insect Control.

Bird Proofing Training.

Advanced Public Health Insect Training.

Asbestos Awareness Training Cource.