Case Study – Mice in home in Yateley.
A typical House mouse (Mus musculus) treatment.
Mice were active in the kitchen and property floor void. The home owners became aware of mouse activity after finding damaged goods and droppings in the cupboards. In this case mice were entering the property via air bricks on the external walls and following service pipes into the kitchen. The kitchen and floor void were baited with poison, this was followed up by two visits to ensure that adequate poison had been consumed.
On the final treatment visit mouse mesh vents were fitted to the air bricks on the external walls to prevent further mouse entry in the future.
The picture shows the damage to wiring by mice, causing a potential fire risk.