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Mice Pest Control Wellington

Mice are nocturnal (active at night) and exist closely with man. Humans create the ideal environment for Mice by providing a constant source of food, water, warmth and shelter. They are prolific breeders, producing up to 8 litters (4-6 young per litter) each year.

Mice are called social or communal pests. This means they live in family groups… where there is one there are more!

They spread serious diseases, including salmonellosis (food poisoning), plague, leptospiros and rickettsial pox.

Mice carry ticks, fleas and other ecto-parasites, continually gnaw on wiring and ducting causing expensive damage to buildings, and cause a great deal of anxiety for occupants of infested buildings.

Mice Pest Control Process

The best methods to control a mouse population are:

Baiting.

Usually baiting is the most cost effective and thorough way to deal with a Mice problem. When using baits it is important to choose the right bait for the job, place bait where Mice travel, place enough bait to get rid of the problem and use tamper-proof bait stations where safety is a concern.

Non-toxic approach.

There are countless deterrent and repellent products out there. It has been proven that sonic, ultrasound, odour and scaring products have very limited effectiveness against Rats and Mice. Where baits are not allowed, or if it is suspected there is only a very small Mice population, there are snap and mechanical traps available that are an economical, easy to use, and usually effective way to capture Mice.

Wellington Pest Management Ltd.

Getting rid of a Mice infestation is more than setting out a few baits or traps.It is important to understand their biology and behaviour. Professional Mice eradication typically encompasses four major tasks:

  1. Inspection of premises and species identification.
  2. Appropriate baiting and/or trapping.
  3. Advice on harborage reduction, identifying potential entry points and proofing of building.
  4. Monitoring and maintenance baiting.

Each step is critical to the overall success of eradicating a Mice infestation and making sure the problem is solved in the medium to long term.

Call us on 0800 367 145 for expert information or to get a quote.

Each step is important in eradicating the Pest… and to prevent future infestations.