Mice Removal

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If you’ve recently found small pellet-like droppings in your kitchen cupboards, or heard scratching in your walls – it’s likely that you’ve got a problem with rodents. Not only is a rat infestation an irritating intrusion into family life, it could potentially be very bad for your health – rodents can gnaw through electrical cables and spread serious diseases.

If not dealt with immediately, rat and mouse problems can quickly spiral out of control – so we’ve put together this informative article on how to get rid of mice and rats, including helpful advice on minimizing the risk of future infestations.

 

Common Problems

Mice and rats come indoors in search of easy sources of food. To lure them into a trap, put out sweet treats like peanut butter and candy – these work just as well as classic cheese.

Deal with any rodent problem immediately by setting up a mouse or rat trap. Clean and disinfect all surfaces after the rodent has been removed. Take preventative measures to prevent further infestations.

Protect the Ones you Love!

Experiencing a wildlife or pest issue? We can help! Complete this form and we will contact you to assist.