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Getting rid of a mice problem in your home is essential to the well-being and safety of your family and pets especially in food preparation or plays areas. Mice are not only carriers of diseases such as salmonella, E.coli and weils disease but mice can also inflict costly damage and problems on your property, furniture, electrical cables, plastic fittings and piping.

Getting rid of mice quickly and safely could not be easier with our mouse control services. 

Our mouse control service offers:

  • same day / next day response with treatment at a your convenience
  • a nationwide network of local branches with friendly, expert and professionally trained local technicians
  • a free survey of your property with recommendation for proofing against future mice problems
  • a guarantee for all work completed

Mice in the UK

Mice are part of the commensal rodent family which also includes rats. The most common mouse that causes mouse problems is the House Mouse (Mus domesticus) which is a grey-black colour and 5-10cm nose to tail. Other mice such as the Wood Mouse, Long-tailed Field Mouse, Yellow Neck Field Mouse and Harvest Mouse are similar but prefer to live outdoors. Wood mice may enter house but are usually found in sheds, garages or out-houses.

Signs of a Mouse Problem

The most common signs that you have a mouse problem are:

  • scratching or gnawing noises in the wall, floor, roof space or under decking
  • mice, like rats, have a distinctive stale smell
  • droppings in or around your home usually about 3-7mm - any larger and you may have rats
  • damage to your property - chewed furnishings, fittings, cables or torn up insulation
  • urine 'pillars' where dirt has stuck to mouse urine in places habitually used by mice
  • nests situated in warm, dry areas of you house consisting of shredded material

If you think you have a rodent problem contact your local branch or call .



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