Mice Control Leytonstone Eradicating your Mice problems in all Leytonstone areas 7 days A Week
Mice Control Leytonstone part of Pest Control London can help with all your Mice Problems in Leytonstone. We offer a fast response to all enquires 7 days a week We Cover All Leytonstone Areas. And over you Affordable Mice Control Solutions Please call Pest Control London on 0800 9552347.
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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.
Mouse control in leytonstone
Often the customers that are most concerned about pest problems at home are those with vulnerable members of the family such as young children, the elderly or the sick. While the health risks of pest infestation are very real for everybody, they are increased for those whose condition is already fragile. When we were called out for a job of mouse control in Leytonstone, these issues were clearly illustrated.
The family home we arrived at was quite a large property, over three floors. Several generations of the family lived there together, ranging from grandparents, the oldest of whom was 89, to toddlers of whom the youngest was 2 and a half. One of the grandparents also suffered with various heart and lung conditions and had to be connected to a ventilator, meaning they were receiving oxygen via plastic tubes.
When the residents discovered they had a mouse problem they were naturally horrified. In addition to all the usual health concerns of faeces on the floor and the spread of disease, there was danger that mouse could gnaw through or otherwise damage the ventilator tubes, and eventuality that could prove fatal for their elderly relative.
Acknowledging the urgency of the situation we set to work immediately and used a variety of techniques to combat the infestation. We set traps and poison, blocked entry points and ensured any food sources for the animals were kept out of their reach. Fortunately we were able to solve the problem within a couple of days, allowing our customers to return to their lives with peace of mind.