A mouse problem will generally affect us all at some point and are one of the most common pests in the UK. Able to get through virtually any crack or under any door, they will chew through most things causing significant damage to homes, cables, pipes and contaminating food. Mice love to find warmth and shelter in buildings where they build nests and breed rapidly. A female mouse can produce up to 10 litters annually, with up to 12 babies in each litter. The baby mice leave the nest only two weeks after birth and are ready to reproduce in less than three months.
With such a prolific breeding cycle, it’s easy to see why mice can be such a problem.
TREATMENT – After a survey and risk assessment has been carried out, our Pest control technician would decide on the best treatment to suit your situation. This would usually consist of monitoring with non-toxic bait to determine the location and size of the colony. Once this has been determined, a programme of works is put together to safely and humanely eradicate the problem.