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Rodent Control London

Do you think you have rat, mouse or squirrel activity ?

Rodent Control has been carried out by Beaver Pest Control for rats, mice and squirrels since 1990. We successfully treat all pest infestations throughout London and all of the surrounding counties such as Kent, Surrey and Essex at a fair price. One of our recent happy customers had this to say:

Ms Merkell
Beaver Pest Control supporting NHS Staff. I cannot thank this team enough for their support, fabulous care and understanding to deal with our rat issue. Beaver Pest Control visited our family home during this extremely difficult time, they were extremely responsive and 5* plus for professionalism from start to finish. The team have amazing customer care and its refreshing to be treated as a person rather than another number in a queue. The rat issue is now resolved, we cannot thank you enough. I can highly recommend Beaver Pest Control to deal with any pest control issues. An amazing team who deserve more than 5*.

It can be a very worrying time if you think you have rodent activity in your business or home ? Our aim is to provide you with helpful, friendly advice. Our office is also on hand to help on 0208 355 3443 and if you are a business, one of our surveyors will visit free of charge. 

Brown Rat (Rattus norvegicus)

Rodent name

Rats (Rattus Norvegicus)

Signs to look for

Actual sightings

Noises at night

Damage through chewing

Burrows 

 

Areas they are commonly found

External areas, bin rooms, kitchens, toilets, lofts, roof voids.

Risks

Very destructive

Will chew though cabling, metal, plasterboard, piping

Diseases - Leptospirosis

Actions to consider

Call the Beaver office for advice.

Drain survey

Proofing work

Riddance job

 

Rat Control

House Mouse

Rodent name

Mice (Mus Domesticus)

Signs to look for

Droppings the size of rice.

Damage to food packages

Noises at night

Actual sightings

Areas they are commonly found

All over but very often in kitchens, risers, cupboards.

Risks

Will leave droppings and urine wherever they travel.

Damage to food stuffs

Diseases – Salmonella, E-coli

Actions to consider

Call the Beaver office for advice.

Get a quote for a job or contract

Proofing work

 

Mouse Control

Grey Squirrel (Squirus spp)

Rodent name

Squirrels (Sciuridae)

Signs to look for

Noises - generally heard during the day

Scattered Droppings

Look for damage and access points.

Areas they are commonly found

Lofts / attics / roof voids

Risks

Very destructive and territorial if nesting.

Will chew through lagging, wood, cabling, plasterboard.

Actions to consider

Call the Beaver office for advice.

Get a quote for a riddance job

Proofing work

 

Squirrel Removal

Rodent Control London

Rats are well known to spread disease, damage property and contaminate food and animal feed. If rodent pest control is not implemented they are able to get into your home or business and can contaminate work surfaces with their urine and droppings and spread diseases such as Weil's disease and salmonellosis. Many parasites are associated with rodents like fleas, lice and ticks and these themselves can also create their own problems.

Squirrels usually come out during the day but most rodents are most active between dusk and dawn and therefore you may hear them but never see them. Our pest control technicians are fully trained over many weeks for rodent control London and they are more likely to spot signs of a rat or mouse problem.

Rodents may gnaw through stock items or electric wiring leading to computer or machinery breakdowns or even a fire. Most carry pathogens and some regularly spread disease. They need to urinate and defecate and will often damage stock. It is against the law to knowingly harbour brown rats, black rats or house mice under the Damage of Pests Act 1949 and you must protect your Clients and Family for peace of mind and to protect public health.

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