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As a national pest control company, we will help you to get rid of your mice infestation by providing:

  • Fast, reliable same day 2 hour response to your bird or pest problem/enquiry
  • No call out charges
  • Contract or non-contract pest control for commercial customers for pest prevention programmes
  • Discreet Service for sensitive pest problems
  • All work is guaranteed and completed by BPCA qualified technicians

What is a mouse?
A mouse is a small rodent with grey/brown fur usually less than 90mm in total length and weighing less than 20 grams. Colour is generally uniformed with the belly being slightly lighter and the tail typically about 75% of the length of the body. Mice are omnivorous and are good at adapting to local environments but generally in rural environments eat cereals, seeds etc., where they consume an average of 2-3 grams of food per day. Whilst they will drink free water they can in many cases survive without it, obtaining sufficient moisture from their food. Mice will typically live up to a year, reach sexual maturity in six weeks and can have as many as eight litters per annum with the average litter size being about five.

Who is affected by mice?
Mice infestations can gnaw their way into our homes or businesses bringing with them disease and parasites by urinating over surfaces.

What are the signs of a mice infestation?
Often the first clear evidence of mice is the discovery of partially eaten, spilled or hoarded food, damaged packaging materials and other signs of recent gnawing to indoor furnishings. Sightings of dead mice should a reasonable indication that an infestation is active. If live mice are seen frequently during the day it may indicate that a large infestation is present, or that the rodents’ environment has been recently disturbed. Mice produce stale odours which can be readily recognised, particularly when infestations have been long-standing. Mouse droppings are small, between 3-7 mm in length, and are often spindle shaped. Footprints and tail swipes may also be visible where mice have moving over muddy or dusty surfaces. If you are experiencing the symptoms described above then please contact us immediately. We offer advice and free surveys to uncover any infestations and help you in getting rid of mice.

How to get rid of mice
We offer a variety of solutions for your mouse problem, ranging from baiting stations to mouse traps. All of our technicians are fully trained, will carry out free risk assessment surveys and recommend suitable treatment to remove any infestation in accordance with BPCA guidelines.


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