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Agouti Pest Control Mice

The house mouse, and sometimes the long-tailed field mouse, seek the warmth and shelter of buildings for nesting sites and food. Mice become sexually mature in eight to ten weeks, and a pair may produce eight litters each of 16 young, in a year.

Their favoured areas are food storage and preparation places such as kitchens and pantries. They climb extremely well and squeeze through gaps as small 5mm populating airing cupboards, sub-floor areas, enclosed pipes and baths in bathrooms and loft areas.

Their presence is usually detected from their dark-coloured droppings or partially eaten, spilled or hoarded food, damaged packaging materials and other signs of gnawing.

They shed 70 droppings in 24 hours and urinate frequently to mark their territory contaminating surfaces and food as they go. They are also carriers of fleas and a wide range of diseases including Salmonella, trichinosis and Typhus. They can also cause considerable damage to electric cables and water or gas pipes.

Agouti pest control technicians have vast experience in dealing with the eradication of mice and adopt a variety of proven techniques including mouse proofing, humane traps, and strategically positioned tamper-resistant bait stations containing poisons.

For your FREE Mouse eradication assessment and quotation contact us today.

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Agouti Pest Control

Brook Lane, Doddinghurst
Essex, CM15 0RT
United Kingdom

Tel: 01277 824631
Mob: 07709 352974
Fax: 01277 824631
E: info@agoutipestcontrol.co.uk

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