Rat Control Mice baits and traps all Rodent erradication
Effective control and ongoing management

Rat poison placed too close to dry dog food

Example of how not to lay a rat bait by placing rat poison within an unsafe distance to dry dog food

You may have noticed increased rat or mice activity on your property or in your home in the colder months because rodents seek out warmer shelters to nest and to breed.

They are, after all mammals like us. Once they get settled they can breed at an alarming rate: for the rat approx. 5 - 10 young per litter; 3 - 6 litters a year with a gestation period of about 3 weeks and 12 - 16 weeks from birth to sexual maturity. That makes for a lot of rats. The damage caused by rats can be fire from gnawing electrical wiring, water damage from gnawing water pipes in ceilings and product damage in shops and storage facilities. Remember: most insurances do not cover damage caused by vermin such as termites or rats.

Please phone us or email us to make a booking for a treatment for mice or rat infestation or call us for any other information you need in regard to pest control in and around your home or business.

Proprietor: Michael Powell.