With winter now upon us, vigilance in regards to pests moving into our homes from outside to combat the cold needs to be at its highest.
We specialise in the effective removal of all pests and in particular rodents such as mice and Rats.
Although often thought of as furry and cute, they are even kept as pets on occasion, mice take on a different light when their unwanted presence has a negative effect on peoples businesses or homes.
Tell Tale Signs of Mice Problems
If you suspect that you may have mice living in your building, one of the most commonly noticed signs will be the small dark coloured droppings which are left on the floor by the offending rodents. Mice are also incontinent and will constantly urinate leaving stains and an unpleasant smell. The unpleasant smell which they leave behind is also present if a nest is in close proximity.
Mice are also notorious for causing damage to woodwork, cables, food packaging etc due to there constant need to keep their ever growing teeth to a consistent length.
Rapid Breeding Patterns
All forms of mice are known to breed extremely quickly, therefore if you suspect that you have a mouse living in your building it is of the utmost importance that you act quickly and give us a call to allow us to act.
Effects of Mice Infestation
A mouse infestation has the potential to cause many problems, with two of the main ones being – health risk involve due to their urinating and defecating which can lead to food poisoning and their constant gnawing causing major problems with your building, especially if they chew through electrical cables or pipework. This can lead to very expensive repair bills particularly if this happens in hard to access areas.
Safe & Effective Removal of Mice
If you suspect that your building is infested with mice, the best course of action to to call a pest control specialist immediately. Buying mouse traps and bait is an option but due to their swift breeding habits, it is important that you ensure that every single mouse is removed.
A pest control expert will be able to survey the entire area and be familiar with the living and breeding patterns on mice. Pest control companies also have access to chemicals and pesticides that are only available for use by licensed professionals and not to the general public.
Contact Us Today
If you suspect you have a mouse problem with mice and would like some free, friendly advice, please call us today on 0800 970 7746 or visit www.ipmpestcontrol.co.uk.