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Professional Neston Mice Control
Mice are one of the most common pests found in households, with the house mouse (Mus domesticus) being the single most common species encountered in UK properties. Mice generally gain access through holes or cracks they find in the walls, foundations, or floors and bring several different issues.
Because they can breed quickly and survive on relatively little food or water, Neston mice control can be difficult. In addition, mice can spread many diseases, including Hantavirus, Lyme Disease, and Leptospirosis and tend to gnaw and chew on things, leading to structural damage and even electrical fires.
As a result, if you encounter mice in your home, business or other property, it is important that you take swift Neston mice control action. Young’s Pest Control provides this professional mice infestation control service, eliminating infestations and limiting the damage they can cause.
Although other species can infest UK households, the most common species causing mice infestation in the country is the Mus domesticus. These creatures are typically brownish-grey and have long tails, with only a thin covering of hair, meaning the tail can appear bald.
The house mouse can breed extremely quickly, producing litters of up to 15 mice a time, with gestation lasting just three weeks. As a result of this short gestation period, the Mus domesticus can produce between 6 and 9 litters of young per year and each offspring can start reproducing from the age of around 7 weeks old.
Usually, mice will eat around 2 or 3g worth of food per day. Yet, mice can function on minimal quantities of food and water. In fact, one pea will supply enough food and water to allow a house mouse to survive for 24 hours.
Signs of Infestation
The most obvious sign of an infestation actually sees alive or dead mice on your property. However, they are small, fast and able to create undisturbed breeding grounds in less-visited parts of a building, which is not always possible. Other common signs of infestation include:
- The presence of droppings, which are usually rod-shaped.
- Grease marks on the walls, which usually resemble a smear.
- Signs of gnawing, such as damage to food packaging, boxes, furniture, walls or wires.
- Unusual scratching noises or squeaking.
- Footprints, especially in dusty environments.
- An unusual and strong smell of urine.
Treatment and Control
If you have encountered evidence of a mouse infestation in your home or property, you must seek professional help from a qualified Neston mice control service. Trying to deal with mouse removal yourself can lead to incorrect or insufficient action being taken, as well as increased exposure to disease and other hazards.
At Young’s Pest Control, we offer professional Neston mice control and other household pest control services, ensuring that damage is limited and the problem is sufficiently treated to prevent re-infestation. Our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and our prices are fixed.
So for mouse removal or other pest control problems, call us today.