Rats are a real pest, they say when you are in a built up area, you are never 10 metres from one and when they get a whiff of waste, rubbish, leftover food they will be there in a flash. Many of our local customers in Ellesmere Port complain of having a rat pest problem and we have the experience and knowledge to professionally remove a rat infestation from your property.
Signs you may have a rat infestation
Simply put, you may see rat droppings and start to smell a strong stale urine smell.
If you start to see these then you must get in touch with us as soon as possible, as the longer you leave a rat infestation, the more it will grow and become a hindrance to your business or home in the future. You may also like to know that rats love to gnaw on plastic and wood, if you can see edges that look like they have been chewed then this is another telltale sign.
If you run a farm around Ellesmere Port, you might see rat runs where rats work themselves from their nest to different areas in the area. We regularly service farms and other agricultural facilities in and around Ellesmere Port using the latest in scientific pesticides.
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What to do if you have a rat infestation in Ellesmere Port
The best thing to do is call us immediately so we can come and survey the area, if you have anything in the vicinity that you think may get damaged like wooden furniture that can be removed, remove them immediately. There is no point in trying to clean the affected area, it is best if you just get us to call round for us to use our pesticides formula to eradicate the rats from entering your premises again. If the rats are in an area where food is easily found such as kitchens, back alley waste disposal sites or in a business where food is created, then try to seal off the food in larders, cupboards, fridges and freezers to keep the temptation for the rats to a minimum.
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