Pest Control: Mice
Do you have a mouse problem.
If you hear scratching noises, see droppings around the kitchen, or notice items of food packaging have been nibbled, then there is a good chance you have mice.
If you need help and give us a call, we are able to deliver mouse treatments to deal with your mice.
What You Need to Know About Mice
Mice are very versatile. They only need a hole the size of a pencil to get into a property, then they use pipes cables and wires to navigate round a property which means they can move around in the cavities of a building without being seen.
Mice are quick reproducers. The gestation period of a house mouse is about 20 days, they have an average of 6 to 8 young, but can be as meany as 14. One female can have 5 to 10 litters per year so a mouse population can grow very quickly if not dealt with.
Mice can get into everything due to their size and this includes buildings. They can climb like we walk and love to set up home in the nice insulation in a loft. This is made even easier when plants are grown up the side of buildings as it acts as a step ladder.
They migrate due to a number of reasons which include depleted food sources, building work being carried out or change in weather making it too cold to live in their present habitat. They are opportunists and inquisitive so if they get the option of a warm environment or easy food source they will take it.
It is normally very noticeable if you have an issue as mice drop about 80 times a day, so they leave an easy identifying mark of their presence. A dropping is black in colour and about the size of a grain of rice.
If mice get into your building they carry disease and can contaminate food which is not pleasant. Many people are also uneasy with their small size and long tail causing a phobia towards them, which is where we can help.
It is recommended that action is taken as soon as possible to stop a mouse situation getting worst and the population growing, this will also limit the chance of them spreading disease. Pest-Tech Ltd offer services that can deal with your mouse problem and give you advise on possible routes of entry. If proofing is recommended then we can also assist with this as well. All you need to do is give us a call and we can book you an appointment.
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