Mice, much like rats can be a real problem for many properties and removing them without the employing the correct mouse control methods even harder as they typically live in hard to access areas such as the floors and walls of a building. One Stop Pest Control are able to assist domestic and commercial customer with mice pest control services across Milton Keynes, Bletchley & Newport Pagnell and offer advice on how to repel future occurrences of mouse infestation.
The house mouse is common in a wide range of Urban and Rural Buildings. It hardly lives outside as it does not compete well with other Mammals. There are two types of mouse, Mus Domesticus and Mus Musculus. They avoid wet damp conditions and prefer dry conditions.
Mice leave many signs of their presence in an area these include:
Our pest control operatives can quickly identify the signs and level of the problem you face.
Droppings or Urine - Humans can contract lymphocytic choriomeningitis from this which is a fever which can lead to neurological disease.
Fire Damage - A mouse can chew through wires in your home which could lead to the risk of fire.
Carriers - Mice are carriers of Bacteria, Diseases, Parasites and Viruses.
Damage - They can cause structural damage to buildings.
Breeding - Mice breed throughout the year and each female can give birth up to 14 young each litter and can do this up to 10 times a year.
Electronic Mouse Trap - This is simply baited, placed against a wall and turned on, it uses smart Circuit Technology to sense when a mouse enters the unit and sends an electric shock killing the mouse.
Snap Trap - These are easy to set, easy to bait and easy to release and reuse. They are made of strong plastic and steel.
Live Catch Trap - This is a cage design that allows air to circulate while the mouse is waiting to be released.
Anticoagulants - This blocks Vitamin K in the body. When this happens the mouse cannot form blood clots and will eventually die.
Metal Phosphides - This poison is fast acting and will kill a mouse in 1-3 days usually containing zinc. They enter the body and cause toxic gas to form.
Hypercalcemia - This type of poison uses high levels of vitamins to kill a Rodent. The calcium absorption is greatly increased as rodents ingest more food. The levels are so high it affects the organs.
Once we have removed your mouse problem there are a few simple tips you have use to prevent returning and effective mouse repellents, these include.