Mouse Control Bucks
Mice carry the same diseases as rats and are more likely to transmit infections because they are bolder and more curious; they come closer to you, your food, your cutlery and your work surfaces. They will contaminate your food preparation areas with urine and faeces spreading the bacteria salmonellosis, which causes food poisoning. Their constant gnawing can cause damage to your property – rodent damage to electrical wiring has been known to cause house fires.
Mice are difficult to control; population reduction should be the goal. This can be done effectively by trapping and poison-baiting. The key to success, as with many aspects of pest control, is selecting the right type of bait and placing it in the right places. Some Mice species will take food and hoard it – just because bait is being taken does not mean it is being eaten. Although most poison baits will prove effective against most rodents, the way it is presented is the key to success. It doesn’t work if its not being eaten!
We will also advise on proofing, to reduce the risk of Mice from entering your home again.
To discuss your Mouse problem you can call Ged:
tel: 01753 38 44 82
mob: 07505 961901
Pest Control Bucks : Domestic Pest Control Bucks : Commercial Pest Control Bucks
Areas Covered by Pest Control Bucks Your Local Pest Controller include; Amersham, Aylesbury, Beaconsfield, Burnham, The Chalfonts, Chesham, The Chilterns, The Farnhams, Gerrards Cross, Great Missenden, Hazlemere, Marlow, Maidenhead, Northwood, Penn, Slough, Stokenchurch, Uxbridge, Wendover
Commercial pest control services for catering/pub/restaurant; care homes; private schools; estate agent referrals; residents associations/blocks of flats; offices / retail premises, etc.
Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Middlesex, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire
Pest Control Bucks is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cleankill Environmental Services Ltd. Group website: Cleankill Pest Control
Registered address: Legion House, 75 Lower Road, Croydon, Greater London, CR8 5NH. All Rights Reserved.