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It can be a problem if mice have infested your home or business. This is because they carry bacteria that cause food poisoning and spread diseases like the Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome. This is why it's vital to have mice control performed by Kensington Mice Control Treatments and Removal Service professionals.
Mice are most often found in basements, attics, and garages to look for shelter from cold weather and predators. Unfortunately, they also know where is the best and easiest place to have access to food. This is why they usually invade your home rather than make their nests on your property. Mice can also enter your house through dryer vents, cracks around windows and doors, soffit gaps and eaves seams.
Mice control service performed by Kensington Mice and Mouse Exterminators involves the inspection of the infected premises for entry points and nesting sites. Once the infestation has been identified, the pest controller will seal all possible entry points and, after that, work on eliminating them from your premises. If you have a severe mouse problem, 24 Hour Kensington Mice Control Treatment will tailor the perfect plan and process to eradicate them.
MICE CONTROL TREATMENT is necessary when you see droppings on surfaces, gnawing of wood structures or nests made out of paper towels/clothing, etc. These are signs of activity which means there may be more than one mouse inside the building. However, if there is food nearby, they will look for it. Mice can enter your home through any opening that is more significant than 1/4 inch in diameter. So if you've seen evidence of their presence, please give us a call today.
Mice typically breed year-round, but most frequently from early spring through late summer. Females build nests and have 2-5 litters with 5-10 young per litter. A mouse has an average life expectancy of 1-2 years. Mice can reproduce as early as four weeks old and, at 3-4 months old, reach sexual maturity. They begin to breed year-round after eight weeks of age.
Whenever you suspect your home has been invaded by mice, there are a few signs to look out for:
1) Gnawed food packaging and items
2) Dirty trails along baseboards and walls
3) Droppings or urine stain trails in cupboards, drawers, stovetops, behind furniture
4) Urine-soaked cotton balls trapped between floor cracks (to determine if the mice nest inside your walls).
5) Sounds of scurrying, scratching and gnawing
6) The presence of live or dead mice.
If you suspect a mouse infestation, call Kensington Mice and Mouse Exterminator immediately at 0161 776 9832 to schedule a free inspection to determine the appropriate course of action.
Mice can contaminate food with their droppings, saliva and urine. They may also spread diseases, including salmonella and hantavirus.
Some diseases potentially transmitted to humans by mice are hantavirus, salmonella, and rat-bite fever. These are all rare diseases. However, they can be deadly if not treated properly.
Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) is an acute, severe respiratory disease that can progress to respiratory failure and shock within 48 hours of first symptoms. HPS is caused by hantaviruses carried mainly by deer mice, cotton rats, rice rats, white-footed mice and other rodents.
Salmonella is a bacterium that infects humans and other animals, causing gastrointestinal symptoms such as fever, diarrhoea, abdominal cramps and sometimes vomiting. In some cases, salmonellosis can be severe, especially if the infected person is young, elderly or has a weakened immune system. In addition, mice commonly carry salmonella bacteria.
Rat-bite fever is a rare, infectious disease transmitted to humans by the bite or scratch of an infected rodent. Infectious diseases can also spread through contact with an infected rodent's urine, saliva, or blood. Rat-bite fever causes high fever, chills, headaches and muscle aches. In addition, it can lead to meningitis, septicaemia (blood poisoning), and even death in severe cases.
The Kensington Mice Control Treatment is a 24-hour service. You can count on us to inspect problem areas, set up an exclusion barrier around those points, and seal all holes in walls where mice can enter your space. This way, we ensure that you'll be able to get on with life without having to worry about these pests for another day! In case of questions about our products, please contact us at 0161 776 9832.