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Rat & Mouse Removal Perth
Pesti Pest Control Perth are leading residential & commercial rodent removal specialists. Ensuring all properties are hygienic and rodent free with affordable, fast and effective rodent control. Experience years of industry knowledge & trust with your rodent control from Pesti Pest Control Perth.
Rat & Mouse Control Perth
If you just need peace of mind or have a rodent infestation damaging your property, Pesti Pest Control Perth will eliminate rats and mice with eco-friendly, efficient and affordable service . Working in the industry for over 10 years we systematically, inspect, treat and maintain your property with innovative and environmentally friendly pest control treatments. Call Perth’s leading pest control specialists and schedule a booking!
Seeing rats running around your house can be very upsetting. Rats will grasp any chance to enter your house in search of food and shelter. For this reason, you should make your home as unattractive to rodents as possible. Here are some ways to fend off rats and avoid infestation:
If all fails, call in a professional pest controller.
Pest control is the regulation or management of a pest population. Pest populations need to be controlled because they are detrimental to the ecology, economy, and human health.
Pest control in Perth usually means exterminating the pests, and treating the surrounding. Some of the most common pests in the area include rodents, spiders, bed bugs, fleas, and ants.
Ever heard something scratching or gnawing in the night? You might be accommodating mice. Homeowners in metropolitan Perth are most likely to see mice in winter. As it is cold out there, food runs out fast. But then, there’s your house to be occupied by mice that need a bit of shelter, your dinner leftovers, and warmth.
To exterminate mice:
Mice are ingenious animals and will use any home they set foot in to raise their families. And that could be your house. Mice look for the most accessible entry points to your fortress, which they may find. All thanks to their keen senses.
Apart from being excellent swimmers, these climbers can jump up to one foot in the air. Mice enter houses through holes and cracks found in floors, walls, and foundations. They may also find their way into your home through gaps in the ceilings, windows, or even sewer lines!
Mice can also enter your house via sealed drainage pipes, bathtub drains, and sinks. Moreover, they can come in through holes around gas lines.