Rat Removal

Rats and mice are known to spread over 35 diseases. It may also be transferred indirectly by ticks, fleas, and mites that live on infected rats. This is when rat removal services are necessary.

Signs you have rats

You may have rats in your property if you see droppings, you see debris like snail shells or fruits eaten on one side, greasy paths or rub marks along paths they walk, burrow holes, signs of gnawing, squeaking and scratching sounds in walls, cabinets, ceilings and under floors.

What to do when you have Rat infestation

You can stop rats be making your home less inhabitable, by denying them food and shelter. Speak to you neighbor concerning the rats on your house as they may have exactly the same issue. Rats may be the origin of the rat problem and may also be breeding on their property. Home occupiers and owners are required under the Health Act 1911 to stop rats harboring in their own property.

Rats have a tendency to raid garbage that has food wastes inside them. Removing the sources of water , their food and nests is the first step.  If those are not accessible, they are forced leave and search for other sources. Make sure your garbage bins are rat-proof by storing pet food  or birdseed and discard items that could be appropriate as rat habitats.

To continue to keep rats from entering your house, ensure that it is impossible for them to enter structures. Seal the  openings that they use as an entry. Tree branches or wires which are close to a roof has to be removed because rodents are specialist climbers that could squeeze through holes that were super. Using screen mesh or screening may keep them from going in.

Get Professional Help

Service providers have resources, equipment, and experience crucial for rat removal and they can also do cleanup of wastes, and manage the repairs needed to seal shut entry points.