Mice infestations are a common problem and can remain hidden for a long time before you even see signs of them. Eraserpest are experts in mice pest control, so if you suspect you have a mouse infestation then contact us and we will help you with the quickest and best way to get rid of mice.
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How to get rid of mice?
The most effective and quickest way to get rid of mice from your home or business is to use a professional in mouse control who will use integrated pest management to control them.
Our mouse pest control plan follows a 3-step plan with a 4th as an optional extra.
- Carry out a professional survey to work out the level of the infestation and the access points they are using.
- Use the appropriate treatments to quickly and effectively erase the mice.
- Advise you on the proofing measures needed to prevent future infestations and carry out any work needed.
- Using our specialist machinery, we can mist either:
– A biocide effective against bacteria, viruses and fungi through anywhere that contamination could pose a risk to you.
– A highly effective odour control product which will get rid of any smells the mice will have left through urine and faeces.
If you want to know what the noise in your loft at night is or if you have seen a mouse in or near your home or business, then give our experts a call to resolve your problem and give you advice to prevent any future mice infestations.
Helpful Information on Mice
We offer a range of mice treatments from one off visits to contracts for homes, businesses, equine and agricultural premises.
Mice can breed very quickly and the damage they cause can be detrimental not only in the cost of any structural repair work from their chewing but also the risk to human health as they spread diseases including salmonella and leptospirosis (weil’s disease).
There are 3 main species of mice that you may come across as a pest in the UK.
House Mouse (Mus Domesticus)
The House mouse (Mus domesticus) is around 950mm long with a pointed snout, large round ears, small feet unlike the field mouse and with a long almost hairless looking tail. The house mouse has benefited so well from human habitation that wild populations are less common than semi tame populations in or around human activity. Living outdoors the lifespan of a mouse is around 1 year, but indoors house mice can live up to 3 years. House mice eat around 3 grams of food per day.
Field Mouse (Apodemus Sylvaticus)
Field mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) also known as wood mouse, are roughly 150mm long including their tail and have sandy/orange fur along their head and back with yellowish flanks and a white belly. The field mouse’s lifespan is between 1-3 years depending on predation and their environment. Field mice will usually go into outhouses and sheds where food may be stored and can be a bigger threat to agriculture and farming where large quantities of cereal crops are stored.
Yellow Necked Field Mouse (Apodemus Flavicollis)
Yellow necked field mice (Apodemus flavicollis) are approximately 170mm long including their tails with large ears, protruding eyes and have brown fur on their backs, a white belly and a complete band of yellow fur around the neck. The yellow necked field mouse has a short lifespan of just 3-4 months.
If you believe you have found mice or any signs of mice and would like advice or to book a mouse infestation treatment programme, please get in touch now to prevent infestations growing.
How much does pest control cost for mice?
For a quote on mice pest control, do not hesitate to contact us via email at email@example.com or call us on 07572 458216.