Rodent Control Hampshire

Rodent Control Hampshire: Rats, mice and squirrel’s can cause problems for homes, commercial properties, gardens and wildlife.

What causes rats & other rodents to enter your house?

  • Warmth and comfort: Rats enter homes for the same reasons as any other animal: food, water, and shelter,” Cox says. Rats and other rodents are warm-blooded animals, so seeking a warm place to nest is a natural instinct.
  • Food—all types of food: Rats aren’t picky eaters. Milk, meat, veggies, soap, leather, fur—it’s all good to them. This explains why the first thing that attracts rats to a house is garbage bins, if they are not well-covered with lids. If you have any unsecured food in your home such as bags of pet food, birdseed, or even grass seed— rats will sniff it out.

  • Pet waste and compost: As rats are attracted to all types of food, they’re attracted to digested food, too. Your pile of compost or yard littered with dog waste is a buffet to them.

  • Dripping pipes: Rats need a daily source of water, and if they can’t find it outside, they will be attracted to indoor sources. Have a small leak in a pipe somewhere? Or drippy sprinkler heads, pet water bowls you keep outside, or even a birdbath? Rats will see a watering hole—and stick around for the easy hydration.

  • Easy access:  If you have a hole or crack in your home that’s larger than a half-inch, a rat can squeeze itself through. They can also climb trees, making this a common way for them to access your attic. Roof soffits and vents are other clever ways for rats to come into your house.

  • Indoor plants: Indoor fruit plants and nut trees are attractive to rats, especially roof rats, who will seek out fruit.Rats often take advantage of large, potted plants as a safe spot indoors.

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But help is at hand: At Hampshire wildlife & pest control we pride ourselves on fast and effective rat and mice control in Hampshire and surrounding areas. If you have an infestation of rodents please don’t hesitate to contact us. We will conduct a site survey, listen to your requirements and produce for you a plan to get the rodents under control and terminate the problem. Getting a rodent infestation under control can take time depending on the situation and may require several visits to establish were and what the problem is, once identified treatment can be swift.

All traps and bait set at your property are fully risk assessed giving the upmost thought to children and pets and other persons who may be using the area that is the rodent problem. Any traps and bait set and laid are placed humanely and safely. Depending on the situation we can use non chemical or chemical products. We like to start the control treatment by using non chemical method but unfortunately that isn’t always possible. We can advise to assist in future prevention.

We are happy to provide free advice over the phone. Often simple steps can reduce the problem if the infestation isn’t too serious.

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Rodent Control Hampshire
Rodent Control Hampshire

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