A.SCOTT PEST CONTROL SERVICES

    

                
                                                    BROWN RAT
              (rattus norvegicus)    

The brown or common rat grows to approximately 270mm in length and weighs approximately 340g on average when adult.
The rat has a gestation period of 21 days and reaches a breeding age at between 8 and 12 weeks, producing in the region of six litters a year, each consisting of 6 - 8 young in each litter, you can quickly see how the rat population around YOU, are growing to infestation status if left untreated. ACT NOW. Spread of disease of this rodent i.e. Weils disease and Salmonella to name but two, dictate that we must keep its numbers to a controlled level.

All rodent treatments are carefully planned after a comprehensive survey has been carried out in and around the infestation area, this survey includes an ongoing risk assessment of the said area, after which if risk assessment allows rodenticides are placed in approved, locked baiting stations. Trapping could be the preferred method of control and/or fumigating with aluminum phosphide or a combination of all three methods, as to gain best control. We at A.SCOTT PEST CONTROL SERVICES are trained and experienced in the supply and use of all rodenticides and fumigating products available.

CONTACT US NOW FOR A FREE SURVEY

Tel: 01323 831790    Mob: 07976 437563

Email: scott.andy@tiscali.co.uk 

 

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                                   HOUSE MOUSE
                  (mus domesticus)  

The House Mouse, another of our common rodents, approximately 50-100mm in length with a weight of 10-25g when adult. With a gestation period of as little as 3 weeks and a breeding capability at only 6 weeks old and a litter size of approximately 8 young, 6-8 times a year, thats a lot of mice in a small period of time.
The mouse is very capable of creating havoc if left untreated i.e. chewing electric cables, pipes, contaminating food sources, etc, and as this creature continuously urinates as it goes about its daily routine, this causes a spread of various diseases, this is a major factor in why we must control this pest.

CONTACT US NOW FOR A FREE SURVEY

Tel: 01323 831790    Mob: 07976 437563

Email: scott.andy@tiscali.co.uk

                                         Rodent Damage!