We offer a discreet same day 24hr response throughout the North West
All completed treatments come with our extended 6 month guarantee
Find it cheaper elsewhere & we'll match the price, plus an additional 10% off
All staff are accredited to RSPH Level 2 standard & are DBS checked annually
Mouse Control & Eradication
Finding mice in your home or business can be very upsetting. Mice can spread disease in their search for food and shelter, posing health risks particularly in kitchens and food storage areas. Mice can cause other problems, so taking action to eliminate a mouse infestation quickly is important as they can:
Damage property as constant gnawing by mice can damage insulation, pipes, doors, floorboards & they shred soft items for nesting.
Contaminate foodstuffs as pathogens in their urine & faeces can transmit diseases such as Hantavirus & Salmonellosis.
Cause damage that can endanger as they gnaw to squeeze through gaps & control their incisors, including chewing electrical wiring in premises & vehicles that can lead to fire risks.
Check for common signs of mice which will help identify a problem early, ensuring that quick and effective treatment can occur as soon as possible. Our RSPH qualified specialists provide fast, effective and targeted mouse control solutions.
Call us for your quote & we can have a technician attend within 24 hours
Open 7am - 8pm
If necessary, we can arrange a surveyor to inspect your property
Free rodent survey
Local accredited technician will come out to provide your treatment
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We'll make as many visits as required until your problem is resolved
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Mouse Species & Signs
Have you found gnaw marks or come across small dark brown droppings? If so then you could potentially have a mouse infestation – but don’t worry we're here to help. If you think you have a possible infestation please call us now to speak to our experts about our fast effective mouse control treatments.
Mice, like rats, are most active during the night therefore it is often easier to spot the signs of an infestation than the actual mouse. Below we have explained some signs that could indicate that you have a potential mouse problem.
Mouse droppings - Mouse droppings are dark brown in a tapered, spindle shape. They are of comparable size to a grain of rice.
Smear marks - Grease and dirt on their bodies leaves smudges on surfaces. Look for these marks on walls & the back of cupboards.
Gnawing - Mice can often be found in lofts. You might notice gnaw marks on wires, cabling or items stored in the loft.
Mouse nests - Mice will shred available materials such as loft insulation, cardboard and other soft items to make nests.
Footprints - Mice leave foot and tail marks in dusty, less-used areas of buildings. You could leave flour down to monitor any potential activity.
There are three main species of mouse that cause concern in the UK. The field mouse, house mouse & the yellow-necked mouse. It is wrongly believed that mice are only an issue during the winter months. Mice are active all year round, which means that you could find them in your home or business at any time of year. Mice are commensal, which means they can live close to humans. Once they have invaded your property then, so long as there is a food source, they can remain there and may not leave, unless treated. Ensure that your property is rodent-proof today.
If you have spotted any of the signs mentioned, we recommend acting quickly to ensure the potential infestation doesn’t spread any further.
Yellow Necked Mouse
The yellow-necked mouse has light brown fur with white underparts. It also has a long tail & large eyes & ears
The house mouse has a pointed snout, rounded ears and a long, hairy tail. It is one of the most common species of mouse.
Closely relatedf to the yellow-necked mouse but the field mouse has no band of yellow fur & is slightly smaller in size.
Solutions to Control Mice
Our RSPH qualified Technicians provide safe, effective solutions to get rid of mice using industry-leading treatments. One of the quickest and most effective ways to control mice is with rodenticides & traps. We have a large selection of rodenticides suitable for use indoors and out, in a wide variety of formulations too. Rodenticides are used as part of a planned programme of anti–pest activity and regular monitoring. We'll put a schedule of visits in place designed to effectively take care of your mouse problem with the minimum of disruption.
We believe that prevention is better than cure & we always aim to deny mice access into your property as opposed to simply killing them once they're in.