Rats and Rodents Removal
Zero Tolerance is fully certified to remove, treat and if applicable exterminate a variety of rodent species
These include rats, mice and squirrels
Rodents Resistance Specialist
RODENTS CAN CAUSE CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE AND SPREAD DISEASE.
- Rats are active both day and night, depending on food source availability.
- Droppings are a good indicator of activity if found.
- Holes chewed through walls and floors create entry points into the home.
- You may hear rustling sounds around your house.
- Urine smell is a indicator of rat activity both in drains and roof spaces.
- Rats, mice and squirrels can be a health hazard.
- Gnawing day or night is common place, damage to foul sewer pipe work and in many cases biting through the plastic coupling that joins onto the toilet thus allowing body waste to collect on floor of property.
Advocate of CRRU
Heavily promoting the Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use (Think Wildlife) and compliant with the 35 Day Rule.
With years of experience and industry changes over the years’ Martin will always explore the most humane, least disruptive and cost efficient solutions bespoke to your situation.
Using full site surveys Martin will use the most effective solution and not just the most obvious option with the aim to avoid any animals being left in your home and walls.
With the use of due diligence, experience and follow up calls this will ensure the issue has been resolved.
SURVEYING IS THE KEY WHEN DEALING WITH ANY PEST PROBLEM
There are several different types of mice that invade our homes at any time of year, mostly during autumn and winter months most commonly is MUS musculus domsesticus the house mouse.
Some Facts About Mice
MICE CAN BE A SERIOUS PEST.
- Gnawing electric cables in roof spaces and fouling roof insulation as incontinent can be a serious hazard to any home-owner.
- A common feeder both night and day, they can survive without water.
- House holders are usually alerted to the presence of mice from noises in walls or across ceilings..
- But at that point, the mice have established themselves!