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The house mouse can be found in houses and buildings and rural buildings, they are a brown or grey in colour and their body length varies between 60 – 90mm, however their tail can add another 100mm to their length. Droppings from mice are black and a rod shape and are about 3-6mm in long.
Mice live in nests which usually are found inside buildings or in sheltered areas, but mainly inside during the cold winter months, they like spaces under floorboards and also attics are a popular place for mice they also usually build their nests close to a good food source, their nests are usually made from wool, paper and cloth.
Mice are also mainly active at night and they can fit through holes as small as 4mm. Mice will also eat anything but their favourite food is cereal products, mice also urinate in food as well as leaving mice droppings, they will gnaw their way through anything to get to a good food source.
Mice also carry diseases such as jaundice, typhus and weils disease.
Rodent issues are a very persistent concern all over the Greater London area and indeed anywhere where humans live. Rodents are always attracted to places with available food and water, along with shelter and a call out we received for mice control in South Harrow HA2, demonstrated this perfectly.
On this occasion, the job was very urgent as we had been called out to a commercial warehouse whose primary function was to store packaged baked goods before they were transported to retailers. It is normal in such an environment that some breakage or damaged packaging can cause food crumbs to be left on the floor, while a leaking tap in the staff canteen provided water.
Mice had been gaining entry to the building through some gaps in the external brickwork. These were really nothing more than cracks, but as mice are incredibly flexible animals they were able to squeeze through.
We set about baiting and trapping the animals and found that the population was relatively small, making our work straightforward. Fortunately our customer had phoned us in on witnessing the first signs of an infestation rather than allowing it to worsen over time.
We removed the animals for disposal and also sealed the outside of the building, filling cracks with expansion foam to prevent further reinfestation in the future. Needless to say our customer was very grateful as his livelihood would have been seriously affected if the mouse population had become more established.