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The Long-Tailed Field mouse and House Mouse, look for the comfort and shelter of buildings for nesting sites and meals. Their presence is normally spotted via their dark-coloured droppings or damages to stored meals, woodwork or packaging.

Vermin such as these come to be sexually fully grown in eight to ten weeks, and a pair could generate 8 litters each of 16 young, in a year.


Mice contaminate food and they can carry numerous diseases, especially food poisoning. The ordinary mouse drops 70 droppings in 24 hours, and urinate regularly.


Mice are erratic, sporadic feeders, munching at numerous sources of food rather than taking duplicated meals from any one product.


Areas preferred by mice are food storage and prep areas such as cupboards and kitchen areas . Airing cupboards, sub-floor locations, enclosed pipes and baths in wash rooms and loft space locations are also preferred areas.


It is essential to keep in mind that mice feed from lots of different places throughout the course of an evenings feeding.


The usual treatment time after the preliminary baiting  has actually been set up is seven days, however, due to the feed area that a mouse can cover in many scenarios this could mean more constant visits.



Rats are the one rodent which many people cannot abide and yet one of the most common pests seen. The typical gestation period for a rat is three weeks, and the female rat could bring to life about TWENTY young a year (4-6 each time). The youthful are weaned at 4-5 weeks, at 3 months they prepare to start breeding with the ordinary life span of a rat being just one year.


Rats may nest in your home, in loft areas, under flooring or behind cooking cabinets. They much prefer to live outdoors in underground burrows or under outside buildings and so on.


We generally become aware when the owner of the premises begins hearing noises in the loft space / between floors, or sees burrows showing up outside. Sometimes rats might be sighted in the property, or droppings and visible signs of damages come to be evident (usually teeth marks/holes).


They carry hazardous diseases like Leptospirosis, otherwise called Weil's disease (pronounced Veil's). This disease is transmitted to humans in the urine of infected rats. It is normally associated with watercourses & sewers, as well as damp dirt where there is an infestation of rats. Various other illness linked with rats are salmonella and the less common typhoid & rat-bite fever. Parasites induced by rats include, ringworm, roundworm, tapeworm, fleas and ticks.


We are able to provide proofing services, taking physical steps to stop additional problems and/or are willing to offer advice for this proofing.  On occasion invasion occurs as a result of a fractured drainpipe or sewer line, permitting rats access to the home which will become more expensive if not dealt with quickly.

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