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Rodent Control

Exterminate Rats & Mice

Many Northland properties are invaded in autumn every year as rats and mice seek shelter in cooler weather. Others may be invaded when nearby areas are developed.

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Did you know

An adult house mouse produces 50 to 100 droppings per day!

They will often inhabit the roof cavity area of houses and other buildings which presents a real health and safety risk as they have a habit of chewing the electrical wiring causing faults or at worst fire, plumbing causing leaks and damage, and to timber in the roof causing damage. An adult house mouse produces 50 to 100 droppings per day, a rat about 40 to 50 droppings per day and over 10 litres of urine per year – you can imagine the putrid smell this can cause in your home.

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Our control strategies

Normally you notice a marked reduction in rodent activity within a week.

Baiting is the most common method used by Pest Managers and by the general public – the differences are that our professional pest control technicians know which active ingredients and formulations are most suitable for the situation at hand and they will often integrate other actions such as trapping, exclusion, hygiene suggestions etc, depending on what they find in the inspection.

Our professional rodent control service starts with a site visit from one of our experienced technicians to survey and set up a Rodent Control Site Plan. This includes supplying and installing a number of tamper-proof baitstation units that will ensure that only the target pest can access the bait. These units keep your family and pets safe whilst also protecting the bait from weathering or being consumed by non-target species. Our technician will make recommendations on an appropriate maintenance programme and rodent-proofing measures that could be undertaken to keep thing under control over time.

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"I absolutely love your product. It's amazing! Please give me a reminder for next year as I will get the house done again. "