702 Small Business Awards

Pest problem? These guys will get rid of it fast (no need to leave your home)

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You don't have to leave your house to get rid of all rodents, cockroaches and other pests. You don't even have to send your pets (or your baby!) away. Only pests have anything to fear. Not that that will help them in the least...

2015 Small Business Award nominee Effective Solutions will see that your home is pest free without using intrusive chemicals that make it unsafe for humans and animals.

It is the first pest treatment company in South Africa to use BioKill Insecticide from Switzerland.

Nominator Nicole Paterson says the service was "awesome", totally pet friendly and added that Effective Solutions did their work with her baby present.

Paterson had a termite problem and chose Effective Solutions after finding out more about Bio-Kill.

The company was first established in 1994 in Gauteng to treat and control pests in domestic, commercial and industrial buildings.

Noel Coston (who co-founded the company with his brother Vincent) spoke to 702 presenter John Robbie about eco-friendly pest control (rodents, fleas, cockroaches, etc.) and his dedication to speedy and reliable service.

Get in touch with Effective Solutions here.

Listen to Noel's interview with John Robbie:

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One.


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