Rodent Pest Control

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Rats & Mice Pest Control

Rats & Mice can cause significant damage to your property through gnawing they can tear through insulation in your walls, damage pipes, floorboards and can even gnaw through metal to gain access.

Rats & Mice a know to carry diseases such as Weil’s disease (Leptospirosis), Rat bite fever and Salmonellosis, they can contaminate food through pathogens in their urine and droppings. It is therefore essential to clear a Rat or Mouse infestation as quickly as possible.

Rats & Mice are often noisy, you will often hear them in the wall cavities, loft space, ceilings and other places around your premises.Rats & Mice are generally more active at night. You might also notice rat or mouse droppings which look like a dark brown grain of rice. You will often see rub marks from grease and dirt on their body smudging on surfaces.

Their nests are often made of shredded materials such as loft of cavity insulation as well as food packaging, cardboard paper etc.

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Rodent Facts

Know Your Enemy


Rats reproduce rapidly. A rat litter consists of up to 24 pups. Their pregnancy is just 28 days long.


Rats have an acute smell and hearing which allows them to sense any disturbance.


Rats have incisors which never stop growing. Thus they need to chew onto something hard on a regular basis – cables, woods, even pipes.


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Contamination Of Food
Rats and mice cause major losses in stored food through either consumption or contamination with urine, feaces and hair.
Physical Damage
The gnawing habits of rodents can cause considerable damage. Buildings, furniture, books, equipment and machinery are not immune to this sort of damage. Rodents can even gnaw electrical cables causing short-circuits and even electrical fires.
Disease Transmission
Rats and mice play a role in disease transmission. Diseases include the Black Death (bubonic plague), Salmonella food poisoning, Murine typhus fever, Weil’s disease and Trichinosis. Diseases are transmitted in a number of ways including urine and feaces, scratching and biting, other parasites (e.g. fleas), via pets or other indirect means.
What Can Be Done
Control for rodents comprises four main approaches:

Sanitation – reducing the food and shelter available for rodent activity
Rodent-proofing – alter the building structurally so that rodents cannot gain entry.
Trapping – using traps to physically capture rodents
Chemical Control – covers a wide variety of techniques including baiting, use of tracking powders and gels and in some cases, fumigants.

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