We completely eradicate and control mice infestations using a combination of industry-leading methods. Our fast mouse control service can restore business operations quickly, minimising interruption.
With extensive knowledge in effective mouse control, we're fully trained to deal with any size infestation and can also eliminate odours and carry out remediation tasks to fix any damage caused by the infestation. Our comprehensive service is available to the commercial, residential, industrial, healthcare, leisure and educational sectors across the UK.
Mice are a nuisance pest that can damage property, contaminate foodstuffs and gnaw through cabling and pipework, potentially causing electrical and plumbing issues. They can also carry harmful pathogens that can cause food poisoning, such as Hantavirus & Salmonellosis, which can be detrimental to any premises that deals with the handling or production of food.
Our BPCA certified technicians are specialists in rodent control and can eliminate and manage mice on any premises while protecting your business long-term against future pest problems.
We can eliminate and control mice in commercial kitchens, food production lines, ghost kitchens, coffee shops, bars, restaurants, fast food outlets, schools, colleges, universities, leisure centres, cinemas, retail stores and many more places.
Leaders in mouse control
Our comprehensive pest control services, not only eliminate all traces of mice but also includes odour removal, decontamination and remediation. Our service includes;
- 100% Extermination of mice
- Decontamination and full cleaning services are available
- Odour removal
- Site risk assessment
- Remediation work, including plumbing and electrical
- Free, no-obligation quote
- Fast response
- 24/7 call-outs
100% Successful removal and
control of all mice
We use a combination of methods to successfully catch and remove mice as well as prevent re-infestation. Our methods include:
- Glue boards
- Proper placement of poison baits
- Bait traps & bait stations
- Rodent proofing
- Seal cracks & crevices
- Caulking easy access areas
Working for multi-national, national and independent companies, governmental and non-governmental organisations, our experience spans agencies, commercial, emergency services, education, factories, food, film and TV, healthcare, hospitality, industrial, leisure, local authorities, manufacturing, property & retail.
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Frequently asked questions
What does mouse control mean?
Mouse control is used commonly by pest controllers as part of a strategy to eradicate mice from buildings or apartments.
What are the common mouse control methods?
The most common methods of mouse control are baits and traps. These are the most effective at trapping and killing mice.
What are the most common species of mouse in the UK?
Mice are small mammals from the family Rodentia which are one of the biggest pests in the UK. The most common mice are, house mouse, field mouse, harvest mouse and the yellow-necked mouse.
What do mice eat?
Mice eat most foods, but cereal grains and dried fruit being are the most common. They can only go up to 2-4 days without food, so it's important their food supply is cut short to prevent mice from breeding.
Can I control mice myself?
Mice are difficult creatures to eliminate. Their speed and agility help them to manoeuvre quickly, while their flexible ribs allow them to squeeze into tiny spaces.
It's always important to leave mouse control to the experts, although there are things you can do to prevent mice from entering your premises.
- Make sure every food source is covered and protected in airtight containers and storage boxes.
- Ensure your premises has good sanitation practises.
- Try to minimise the amount of shelter there is for a mouse to hide in.
- Fill in cracks and holes from external walls to internal walls.
- Use fresh bait to prevent mice from entering.
Why do we need to control mice?
Mice can cause damage to property by gnawing through cable, electrical connections, pipes and water pipes and can also cause damage to soft furnishings, textiles and wallpaper. Mouse infestations can spread disease and increase the risk of certain pathogens such as Salmonella and Hantavirus contaminating foodstuffs, which can be detrimental to businesses that prepare and serve food.
It's important to remove any unnecessary food supply and store food correctly to prevent mice from entering a property.
Where would you be more likely to find a mouse infestation?
Mice can be found in almost any environment, but they prefer dark, quiet and undisturbed places. This may include: in roof spaces, in lofts, behind or under furniture, inside wardrobes, inside cupboards, between partitions walls, in the cavity walls of properties, in garages and sheds. They are commonly found in kitchens as this is often a good place to find scraps of food, with plenty of hiding spaces.
How do I know I have a mice infestation?
Mice are nocturnal, so spotting them during the day can be difficult. You are much more likely to notice them while they're hunting for food from dusk till dawn, or if you spot any of the common signs of mouse activity.
- Droppings - One of the first signs of a mice infestation is usually from spotting their droppings which are often scattered randomly on cupboard tops or along skirting boards. They are small and dark and usually around 3-8mm in length.
- Strong smell - Mice urinate frequently, embedding a strong ammonia-like smell into floorboards and furnishings.
- Scratching noises - Most commonly heard at night, mice can sometimes be heard scratching, especially under floorboards or between partitioning walls.
- Nests - Mice will often shred materials to create soft nests. Seeing chunks removed from furnishings or seeing textiles with bite marks is a common sign of mice.
- Dead mice - Spotting a dead mouse can sometimes be a sign of an infestation, but seeing a mouse during the day, when they are nocturnal by nature can be a sign of a much larger infestation.
Can mice cause food poisoning?
Yes. Mice can carry harmful pathogens such as Hantavirus and Salmonellosis, which can cause food poisoning.
How fast can mice breed?
Female mice can typically reproduce every 25 days and have up to 32 to 56 pups a year.