Mice and rats can spread diseases such as salmonellosis and Weil's disease. They damage properties by chewing and contamination foodstuffs with uring, hair and droppings.
How did the problem occur?
Rodents often retreat indoors to find sufficient food and nesting materials. They have large curved incisors in both upper and lower jaws, which they use to chew through a range of materials. These teeth grow continuously and are worn down by gnawing on hard materials. Mice and juvenile rats can fit through holes as small as 5mm, and will often follow gaps around cabling and pipe work into and around a property.
What does our treatment involve?
First (INITIAL) visit:Inspection - We will assess the extent of rodent activity levels and locate possible entry points as well as the source of the infestation.
Advice - We will advise on what YOU need to do to prevent further infestations, including proofing (blocking of holes) and housekeeping (see ‘Further Advice’).
Second (FOLLOW-UP) visit:About 2-3 weeks after that initial visit, a follow-up visit should be undertaken.
During this visit we will:
Third (FINAL) visit:Approximately 2-3 weeks after the follow up visit we will re-attend for a final visit.
This visit we will:
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The bait we use is an indirect anticoagulant; Vitamin K (Phytomenadione) is antidotal.
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We use a range of products for rodent control. If you are concerned about any of them, please click the relevant link below to download the relevant safety data sheet