Flybusters Antiants was established in 1987. It has since grown to become one of the most well-known pest control companies in New Zealand and in January 2018 became part of the Rentokil Initial business. It operates from a Head Office in Albany servicing the greater Auckland region, including the Hibiscus Coast, Rodney and Franklin Districts. Flybusters Antiants is an industry leading New Zealand pest control company specializing in domestic and commercial pest control. Flybusters Antiants is a full member of the Pest Management Association of New Zealand (PMANZ) as well as National Pest Management Association Of America (NPMA).
Flybusters Antiants remain proud leaders in the domestic and commercial pest control field with highly skilled and qualified technicians who hold current Approved Handler Licence and Urban Pest Management qualifications. All of our pest control treatments have been designed specifically and are consistent with best practice guidelines to safely and efficiently manage your pest problems.
Flybusters Antiants plays an active role in the biosecurity sector through our FBA Consulting division. Our consultants work with the New Zealand, Australian and Pacific governments and private sector organisations on a variety of biosecurity issues, providing advice and services to resolve biosecurity issues.
Flybusters Antiants services the pest control and biosecurity industry through import, formulation, manufacture and supply of pest control products in New Zealand and the Pacific Region. It holds a number of registrations for pest control and specifically ant control products.
John and Vivienne Van Dyk started Flybusters Insect Control (NZ) Ltd and from small beginnings and lots of hard work, the company continues to be passionate about pest control and the biosecurity of New Zealand, With the Rentokil Initial acquistion, this passion will continue along with the added benefits that come from Rentokil Initial's global service excellence framework and experience, assuring world class protection from pests.