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Mice look for access to buildings for food and shelter. They search for easy, abundant sources of food and undisturbed areas to nest. By removing available food sources, your home or business will be less attractive to mice. You will also help to reduce food contamination risks and the spread of disease.
Mice are not fussy eaters and will seek out leftovers on worktops, possibly spreading pathogens and diseases such as Salmonella, Leptospirosis or Hantavirus, as they search for food.
It is natural to feel uncomfortable if you have mice, but there is no need to worry. This is a common problem that can be solved quickly.
Call us on 1890 666 444 if you have spotted signs of mice, like droppings or an unpleasant smell of ammonia, and we will do the rest for you:
1 - We guarantee to be in touch within 24 hours (Monday to Friday) to arrange an appointment at a time that suits you.
2 - One of our Surveyors, will carry out a thorough inspection, assess your problem and make recommendations for effective treatment. Working with mice day-in and day-out gives us expert knowledge and insight into mice.
3 - Our Technician will visit at a time chosen by you to start treatment once you have given us the go-ahead. All our treatments are safe for children and pets.
4 - The Technician will then make several follow-up visits until your problem is solved. No need to worry about mice remains, we will get rid of them for you too.
Learn the key differences between rats and mice to correctly identify the rodents in your premises and take corrective action.
Getting a cat to deter mice is an old wives tale. Cats do instinctively hunt mice, but a pet is rarely effective mouse control.
There are also several plants that mice allegedly dislike, including peppermint, chamomile, lavender, cloves and chillies. These could be used as a minor deterrent, but none can promise a mouse-free home or business.
Learn more about preventing access to mice in the first place.