A Technician will conduct a full survey of the Property / Premise to establish Ingress Points and complete a Risk Assessment, followed by a combination of Trapping and Rodenticide poisoning (Professional use only) permitting no harm to people, animals or the environment can be found.
A report on the findings of the Technician will be left with the customer detailing the findings of the survey, the preparations used and recommendations to eliminate the activity within the property.
Proofing works (ie entry holes etc) will be charged separately or the Technician can offer you advice on how to do it yourself.
The brown rat (Rattus norvegicus), also known as the common rat or Norway Rat is a widespread species of common rat. One of the largest muroids, it is a brown or grey rodent with a head and body length of up to 28 cm (11 in) long, and a tail slightly shorter than that. It weighs between 140 and 500 g (5 and 17 3⁄4 oz). Thought to have originated in northern China.
Squirrels are amongst the most versatile of pests, certainly the most agile rodents, and can access our homes from many places. The most common way that squirrels enter our home is via a gap at the eave of the roof. Regardless of its size, if there is a gap, Grey squirrels will take advantage of it and enter the attic
What we will do -
• Carry out a Risk Assessment • Survey the area for entry points (mainly Loft spaces) • Set high powered spring traps for a instant kill• Return a period of time later to remove captured Squirrels • Give advice on prevention of pest Squirrels issue reoccurring