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Scratching Noises in Your Home at Night? Rodents May Have Settled In…

Rats, mice and shrews getting into a building is a very serious problem and should be treated as an extremely urgent matter.

Nearly a dozen diseases are directly linked to them and represent a high risk for people. They are very persistent and if they gain access to your premises, they will cause huge damage to your buildings and belongings while contaminating your food.

Other Associated Risks to These Rodents Are


They can chew your electrical cables, causing fire, and damage your building’s insulation. Rats can chew everything in a building, including floor joints.

Introducing other parasites

If they gain access to your home or business, they can bring along lice, ticks and fleas.


The presence of rats and mice on your premises creates fear and anxiety. For a business, these can lead to an immediate loss of trust from customers and employees, especially in food processing, industrial & manufacturing and food & beverage sectors.


For a business, infestations may cause product recalls and loss of contracts which can lead to financial loss and the loss of company reputation.

Rodents are a very high-risk for any home and business.

That’s why professional solutions may be the most reliable way and guarantees a long-term solution to a rat, or rodent issue.
Our effective solutions have been designed to cater for all needs:

Integrated Pest Management

For the food-handling industry that requires zero tolerance to pests.

Pest Prevention Programme

For the long-term solution to prevent any type of infestation in your business.

Pest Control for Your Home

To guarantee a safe and healthy living environment.

​​Signs of Rats, Mice or Shrews Infestation: Look Up For These!

Have you spotted any of the signs mentioned below? If yes, act quickly to ensure the potential infestation doesn’t spread any further.

Strong ammonia – like smell

Rodents urinate frequently. The smell can be very strong and linger for a long time while house shrews have a pungent musky smell.

Weird noises

Scratching noises in partition walls and false ceilings as they run along your building.

Gnaw marks

Rats will shred available materials such as loft insulation, cardboard and other soft items to make nests.


They usually contain young and will be located close to a food source such as behind or under the fridge. In the case of shrews, their nests will usually be located in the vicinity of houses.

Damaged furniture and cables

Rats and mice have a natural and constant gnawing habit.


Rat droppings are dark brown in a tapered, spindle shape – like a grain of rice.


Rats leave foot and tail marks in dusty, fewer used areas of buildings.


Rodents are well known for digging extensive burrow systems for shelter, food storage and nesting.

​​How to Prevent a Rodent Infestation?

The first course of action to prevent a rodent infestation is to cut any available food sources, and prevent an infestation by following these tips.

Keep foodstuffs in metal or glass containers with tight-fitting lids.

Tidy inside the house and around the garden – less clutter means fewer places to hide.
Place outdoor rubbish bags in metal bins with securely fitted lids to stop them feeding from contents.
Clean up pet food and bird seed debris, and store pet food in robust containers with fitted lids – preferably above ground level.
Keep gardens free from debris. If you have a compost heap don’t include organic food waste, as this will attract them.

Did you know?

Rats are versatile and make the most of any opportunity to enter your building. Black rats are good climbers. Whilst brown rats can climb, they prefer to build burrows, particularly near or beneath solid structures like sheds, garages and walls.
They are very adept at swimming in sewers and drain systems, making the most of any damaged pipework. Both species will gnaw at gaps to enlarge them enough for easy entry.

DIY Methods & The Time To Seek For Professional Rodent Control

Some practical mice, rats and shrews control solutions such as traps and poison are available in stores. However, if you are facing a persistent rat or mice issue in your premises, it’s the time to call us.

When it comes to rodents, professional help is a must to protect your family’s health and your building’s safety. We’ll deal with your larger or multiple rodent infestations.

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