House Mice Control

HOW TO GET RID OF MICE


Trapping – Poisoned mice can be a problem for your pets. Very often, domestic cats and dogs catch poisoned mice, and this can seriously harm your pets. To prevent that to happen, we offer humane trapping. This method doesn’t require poisoning and is entirely safe for the environment. When the mouse is caught in the trap, all you have to do is to give us a call to come and remove the captured rodent. Mice could be found in every 12th property in London.

Baiting – In more severe infestations, baiting with rodenticide is the only appropriate method for mice removal in London. When mice are poisoned, they don`t die immediately, and in 99% of cases, they die out of your property. No dead rodents in your property mean fewer problems at home.

Proofing – To prevent future infestations in your property, our mice exterminators offer to close all the gaps by using steel mesh, suitable foam, and steel wool.

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PLACING POISONOUS BAIT BOXES

£140

PROOFING

UP TO £1200
  • depending on the job

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM US?


Our technicians need first to find out where from and how mice have entered your property, determine the risk, and accordingly define an action plan in London. The standard procedure is to place safe boxes with professional poisonous and attractive mouse bait; the poisoned mice always run out of the property when they feel something is wrong with them. This prevents the presence of dead rodents in your property. Eliminating all mice from your property usually depends on the level of infection. If the setting allows our technicians, they will block all entry points to prevent future infestations. If the work on blocking the entry points is too difficult for us, we would recommend you to get help from a handyman, and we will show all possible entry points that need to be blocked.

APPEARANCE


Some people in London would find them sympathetic and others as disgusting. Mice can be extremely dangerous as they carry a set of parasites and infections. A house mouse has a small thin, usually dark grey body, weighing 15 – 40 grams and a tail length of about 15 cm. Its ears are large, the tail is half-naked, its length is as much as the head, and the body put together. The house mouse has a small size, and an extremely flexible body allows it to squeeze through tiny holes. For example, if you can pass a simple pencil through a hole, it means a mouse can easily go through it.

BEHAVIOUR


The house mouse is closely related to the human habitat. It usually leads a nightlife and feeds mainly on foods of vegetable origin – seeds, nuts and others. However, rodents can consume any food rich in fat and carbohydrates. Typical of the pest is that it extracts fluids from food and can survive without water for a long time.

REPRODUCTION


The female gives birth to 4-7 pups per litter, and the pregnancy lasts for about 19 days. The young ones are born naked and blind and reach sexual maturity after 5-8 weeks. A female mouse can give birth to about eight litters for its entire life, which usually is about a year. The house mouse builds its nest inside the building or outdoors, but always near a source of food. When it comes out, it doesn`t go far from the nest.

HARMS


In addition to carrying parasites such as fleas, worms, tapeworms, bed bugs, etc. mice can also cause severe damage to our properties. They love to gnaw cables, wooden furniture, textiles and making holes in the walls.