The mouse (also known as house moue) is very common in a wide range of urban and rural buildings all over Britain. Mainly a house dweller, it lives very little out of doors. It does not live in sewers.
House mice (plural of mouse) are variable in colour from gray/dark to almost black. The under belly may be slightly pale than the fur. Extremely adoptable, the house mouse is prabably, after man, the most numerous mammal on earth. They are well adapted at living with man and exploiting the environment that man creates. They are therefore always found living in close association with man. A house mouse produces upto 80 droppings a day. The size of mouse dropping is much smaller than the rats dropping and is the same as noraml rice. Mice frequently urinate.
Damage to goods and structures: Unfortunately, often the first clear evidence of rodents is the discovery of partially eaten, spilled or hoarded food, damaged packaging materials and other signs of recent gnawing. Contamination of food items is another damage often evident.
Diseases: Mice (as commensal rodent) carry diseases such as Salmonellosis, Hantavirus and bubonic plaque etc.
Control: We provide effecient and cost effective mouse treatment. The treatment consists of two minimum visits. During these visits, bait are laid down and access points sealed (gaps and holes through whick mice enter your property). We strongly recommend sealing of access points to acheive long-lasting result.