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Preventing pests for nearly 25 years in:
  • Offices and retail premises
  • Warehouses and industrial units
  • Residential blocks and dwellings
  • Restaurants and food outlets
  • Empty properties and construction sites
  • Education and community centres
  • Sports grounds and leisure facilities
  • Heritage sites and places of worship
Reasons to choose Cleankill Pest Control:
Delivering 'big company' professionalism and quality with a friendly, small local business ethos.

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Cleankill’s Paul Bates shortlisted for Institute of Directors Award

Cleankill Pest Control is proud to announce its Managing Director Paul Bates has been shortlisted as a finalist at the Institute of Directors (IoD) London & South Director of the Year Awards 2020.

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5
Aug

Eleven years of pigeon guano

There is an old Yorkshire saying, “where there's muck there's brass!” After the job we have just finished, I can certainly confirm that muck means work…hard work. I’ll pass you over to our sales manager Mike…
30
Jun

“Oh, rats!” – Why are there more callouts for rats during lockdown?

Last week we were approached by ITV’s This Morning to talk about lockdown, rats and mice. This comes off the back of several newspaper articles about increases in rodent problems, which is something about…
26
May

Pest control and COVID-19 – a managing director’s story…

Our financial year ended on the 31 January 2020 with over 30% turnover growth over the previous year…profits had also grown accordingly…a company that we had bought in Bristol the previous year was ready to…

FAQ

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We can offer advice and help with a wide range of pests commonly found in the London, Surrey, Kent and Sussex area. For a comprehensive guide to dealing with everything from Ants to Wasps and to… read full answer

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Yes, contact us today for free advice on pest problems.

Cleankill Pest Control carries out pest control in London and across the South East of England from our offices in Croydon and Seaford. We predominantly work in Surrey, Kent, Sussex and Greater… read full answer

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We work alongside facilities managers, property managers, estate managers and landlords who appreciate our fast, efficient, honest and flexible approach. We have contracts with private customers,… read full answer

Each pest problem has its own unique set of circumstances and each requires its own solution. Look at our individual pest pages for advice on each different situation. Or,… read full answer

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Mouse control

Mouse Control in Royal Tunbridge Wells

Incontinent and prolific, mice are pests that love to set up home in warm, dry houses. Often the first sign of a rodent infestation will be their droppings. What you don’t see is their urine which smears on every surface they touch.


How to find a Mouse nest

You have seen evidence of mice in your house in Royal Tunbridge Wells. You may even have seen a mouse scurrying away out of the corner of your eye - but how do you find its home? Unfortunately, mice don’t make nice semicircular holes in skirting boards like they do in the cartoons. Mice generally look for somewhere which is quiet and rarely disturbed. One of the first places to look is underneath your stair cupboard. Another popular place is underneath kitchen kick boards. This is a favourite for mice as it is quiet, but also has the advantage for the mouse of lots of little bits of food being kicked under it.

If you can’t see the actual nest, you may see what look like little grains of black rice. These are mouse droppings and they are a clear sign that you have a problem. One mouse produces up to eighty droppings a day.


How to get rid of a mouse problem if you live in Royal Tunbridge Wells

The first question you need to ask yourself is how did they get in? Look around the outside of the property. There may be a damaged air brick that will either need replacing, or you'll need to put some fine mesh wire over it. If there's a gap underneath the doors install a bristle strip draft excluder.

These things will help stop the mice getting in but not completely, because modern houses in Royal Tunbridge Wells are built with breeze blocks and stud partition walls which allow mice to travel through these areas quite easily, even from neighbouring properties.

If the problem continues, you can resort to old fashioned mouse traps baited with either chocolate or some peanut butter. Place them sideways onto the wall as the mice will then run straight across them – lengthways means the mice will have to approach from the right end.

If the problem persists, it’s time to try poisoning. We don’t recommend that you try setting poison yourself, due to the risk of contamination and unintentional poisoning. You also need to use precisely the right amount or you will end up simply giving the rodents a free meal and helping them to become resistant to the poison.

Trapping and baiting are Cleankill’s rodent control services' preferred methods for mouse and rodent infestation control. We can set the traps and arrange inspection and collection to suit you. Our professional rodent control services in Royal Tunbridge Wells know where to look and how to ensure that traps and bait are safe from inquisitive children and pets.

If you live in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent then contact us today for more information and advice about mouse control rodent removal services


Fun facts about mice

  • Mice have tails that are as long as their bodies and their tails have scales that help with climbing
  • A mouse can jump down 12 feet without hurting itself
  • Mice travel along the same route repeatedly leaving a smear mark - a build-up of dirt and oil from their fur along walls, pipes and holes
  • House mice can run up almost any vertical surface including wood, brick, sheet metal, cables and pipes
  • House mice can become pregnant within 48 hours of producing a litter
  • A mouse produces between 40 to 100 droppings per day
  • A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies after a 3-week pregnancy, and then come straight back on heat again. In a year, you've got potentially thousands of them
  • Many mice will gather food and then store it for later use
  • If you’ve seen one mouse, there will be more of them out of sight
  • Mouse phobia is referred to as musophobia. Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse is reported to have been musophobic!
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Mouse Control in Ashford

Incontinent and prolific, mice are pests that love to set up home in warm, dry houses. Often the first sign of a rodent infestation will be their droppings. What you don’t see is their urine which smears on every surface they touch.


How to find a Mouse nest

You have seen evidence of mice in your house in Ashford. You may even have seen a mouse scurrying away out of the corner of your eye - but how do you find its home? Unfortunately, mice don’t make nice semicircular holes in skirting boards like they do in the cartoons. Mice generally look for somewhere which is quiet and rarely disturbed. One of the first places to look is underneath your stair cupboard. Another popular place is underneath kitchen kick boards. This is a favourite for mice as it is quiet, but also has the advantage for the mouse of lots of little bits of food being kicked under it.

If you can’t see the actual nest, you may see what look like little grains of black rice. These are mouse droppings and they are a clear sign that you have a problem. One mouse produces up to eighty droppings a day.


How to get rid of a mouse problem if you live in Ashford

The first question you need to ask yourself is how did they get in? Look around the outside of the property. There may be a damaged air brick that will either need replacing, or you'll need to put some fine mesh wire over it. If there's a gap underneath the doors install a bristle strip draft excluder.

These things will help stop the mice getting in but not completely, because modern houses in Ashford are built with breeze blocks and stud partition walls which allow mice to travel through these areas quite easily, even from neighbouring properties.

If the problem continues, you can resort to old fashioned mouse traps baited with either chocolate or some peanut butter. Place them sideways onto the wall as the mice will then run straight across them – lengthways means the mice will have to approach from the right end.

If the problem persists, it’s time to try poisoning. We don’t recommend that you try setting poison yourself, due to the risk of contamination and unintentional poisoning. You also need to use precisely the right amount or you will end up simply giving the rodents a free meal and helping them to become resistant to the poison.

Trapping and baiting are Cleankill’s rodent control services' preferred methods for mouse and rodent infestation control. We can set the traps and arrange inspection and collection to suit you. Our professional rodent control services in Ashford know where to look and how to ensure that traps and bait are safe from inquisitive children and pets.

If you live in Ashford, Kent then contact us today for more information and advice about mouse control rodent removal services


Fun facts about mice

  • Mice have tails that are as long as their bodies and their tails have scales that help with climbing
  • A mouse can jump down 12 feet without hurting itself
  • Mice travel along the same route repeatedly leaving a smear mark - a build-up of dirt and oil from their fur along walls, pipes and holes
  • House mice can run up almost any vertical surface including wood, brick, sheet metal, cables and pipes
  • House mice can become pregnant within 48 hours of producing a litter
  • A mouse produces between 40 to 100 droppings per day
  • A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies after a 3-week pregnancy, and then come straight back on heat again. In a year, you've got potentially thousands of them
  • Many mice will gather food and then store it for later use
  • If you’ve seen one mouse, there will be more of them out of sight
  • Mouse phobia is referred to as musophobia. Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse is reported to have been musophobic!
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Mouse Control in Dover

Incontinent and prolific, mice are pests that love to set up home in warm, dry houses. Often the first sign of a rodent infestation will be their droppings. What you don’t see is their urine which smears on every surface they touch.


How to find a Mouse nest

You have seen evidence of mice in your house in Dover. You may even have seen a mouse scurrying away out of the corner of your eye - but how do you find its home? Unfortunately, mice don’t make nice semicircular holes in skirting boards like they do in the cartoons. Mice generally look for somewhere which is quiet and rarely disturbed. One of the first places to look is underneath your stair cupboard. Another popular place is underneath kitchen kick boards. This is a favourite for mice as it is quiet, but also has the advantage for the mouse of lots of little bits of food being kicked under it.

If you can’t see the actual nest, you may see what look like little grains of black rice. These are mouse droppings and they are a clear sign that you have a problem. One mouse produces up to eighty droppings a day.


How to get rid of a mouse problem if you live in Dover

The first question you need to ask yourself is how did they get in? Look around the outside of the property. There may be a damaged air brick that will either need replacing, or you'll need to put some fine mesh wire over it. If there's a gap underneath the doors install a bristle strip draft excluder.

These things will help stop the mice getting in but not completely, because modern houses in Dover are built with breeze blocks and stud partition walls which allow mice to travel through these areas quite easily, even from neighbouring properties.

If the problem continues, you can resort to old fashioned mouse traps baited with either chocolate or some peanut butter. Place them sideways onto the wall as the mice will then run straight across them – lengthways means the mice will have to approach from the right end.

If the problem persists, it’s time to try poisoning. We don’t recommend that you try setting poison yourself, due to the risk of contamination and unintentional poisoning. You also need to use precisely the right amount or you will end up simply giving the rodents a free meal and helping them to become resistant to the poison.

Trapping and baiting are Cleankill’s rodent control services' preferred methods for mouse and rodent infestation control. We can set the traps and arrange inspection and collection to suit you. Our professional rodent control services in Dover know where to look and how to ensure that traps and bait are safe from inquisitive children and pets.

If you live in Dover, Kent then contact us today for more information and advice about mouse control rodent removal services


Fun facts about mice

  • Mice have tails that are as long as their bodies and their tails have scales that help with climbing
  • A mouse can jump down 12 feet without hurting itself
  • Mice travel along the same route repeatedly leaving a smear mark - a build-up of dirt and oil from their fur along walls, pipes and holes
  • House mice can run up almost any vertical surface including wood, brick, sheet metal, cables and pipes
  • House mice can become pregnant within 48 hours of producing a litter
  • A mouse produces between 40 to 100 droppings per day
  • A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies after a 3-week pregnancy, and then come straight back on heat again. In a year, you've got potentially thousands of them
  • Many mice will gather food and then store it for later use
  • If you’ve seen one mouse, there will be more of them out of sight
  • Mouse phobia is referred to as musophobia. Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse is reported to have been musophobic!
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Mouse Control in Canterbury

Incontinent and prolific, mice are pests that love to set up home in warm, dry houses. Often the first sign of a rodent infestation will be their droppings. What you don’t see is their urine which smears on every surface they touch.


How to find a Mouse nest

You have seen evidence of mice in your house in Canterbury. You may even have seen a mouse scurrying away out of the corner of your eye - but how do you find its home? Unfortunately, mice don’t make nice semicircular holes in skirting boards like they do in the cartoons. Mice generally look for somewhere which is quiet and rarely disturbed. One of the first places to look is underneath your stair cupboard. Another popular place is underneath kitchen kick boards. This is a favourite for mice as it is quiet, but also has the advantage for the mouse of lots of little bits of food being kicked under it.

If you can’t see the actual nest, you may see what look like little grains of black rice. These are mouse droppings and they are a clear sign that you have a problem. One mouse produces up to eighty droppings a day.


How to get rid of a mouse problem if you live in Canterbury

The first question you need to ask yourself is how did they get in? Look around the outside of the property. There may be a damaged air brick that will either need replacing, or you'll need to put some fine mesh wire over it. If there's a gap underneath the doors install a bristle strip draft excluder.

These things will help stop the mice getting in but not completely, because modern houses in Canterbury are built with breeze blocks and stud partition walls which allow mice to travel through these areas quite easily, even from neighbouring properties.

If the problem continues, you can resort to old fashioned mouse traps baited with either chocolate or some peanut butter. Place them sideways onto the wall as the mice will then run straight across them – lengthways means the mice will have to approach from the right end.

If the problem persists, it’s time to try poisoning. We don’t recommend that you try setting poison yourself, due to the risk of contamination and unintentional poisoning. You also need to use precisely the right amount or you will end up simply giving the rodents a free meal and helping them to become resistant to the poison.

Trapping and baiting are Cleankill’s rodent control services' preferred methods for mouse and rodent infestation control. We can set the traps and arrange inspection and collection to suit you. Our professional rodent control services in Canterbury know where to look and how to ensure that traps and bait are safe from inquisitive children and pets.

If you live in Canterbury, Kent then contact us today for more information and advice about mouse control rodent removal services


Fun facts about mice

  • Mice have tails that are as long as their bodies and their tails have scales that help with climbing
  • A mouse can jump down 12 feet without hurting itself
  • Mice travel along the same route repeatedly leaving a smear mark - a build-up of dirt and oil from their fur along walls, pipes and holes
  • House mice can run up almost any vertical surface including wood, brick, sheet metal, cables and pipes
  • House mice can become pregnant within 48 hours of producing a litter
  • A mouse produces between 40 to 100 droppings per day
  • A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies after a 3-week pregnancy, and then come straight back on heat again. In a year, you've got potentially thousands of them
  • Many mice will gather food and then store it for later use
  • If you’ve seen one mouse, there will be more of them out of sight
  • Mouse phobia is referred to as musophobia. Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse is reported to have been musophobic!
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Mouse Control in Tonbridge

Incontinent and prolific, mice are pests that love to set up home in warm, dry houses. Often the first sign of a rodent infestation will be their droppings. What you don’t see is their urine which smears on every surface they touch.


How to find a Mouse nest

You have seen evidence of mice in your house in Tonbridge. You may even have seen a mouse scurrying away out of the corner of your eye - but how do you find its home? Unfortunately, mice don’t make nice semicircular holes in skirting boards like they do in the cartoons. Mice generally look for somewhere which is quiet and rarely disturbed. One of the first places to look is underneath your stair cupboard. Another popular place is underneath kitchen kick boards. This is a favourite for mice as it is quiet, but also has the advantage for the mouse of lots of little bits of food being kicked under it.

If you can’t see the actual nest, you may see what look like little grains of black rice. These are mouse droppings and they are a clear sign that you have a problem. One mouse produces up to eighty droppings a day.


How to get rid of a mouse problem if you live in Tonbridge

The first question you need to ask yourself is how did they get in? Look around the outside of the property. There may be a damaged air brick that will either need replacing, or you'll need to put some fine mesh wire over it. If there's a gap underneath the doors install a bristle strip draft excluder.

These things will help stop the mice getting in but not completely, because modern houses in Tonbridge are built with breeze blocks and stud partition walls which allow mice to travel through these areas quite easily, even from neighbouring properties.

If the problem continues, you can resort to old fashioned mouse traps baited with either chocolate or some peanut butter. Place them sideways onto the wall as the mice will then run straight across them – lengthways means the mice will have to approach from the right end.

If the problem persists, it’s time to try poisoning. We don’t recommend that you try setting poison yourself, due to the risk of contamination and unintentional poisoning. You also need to use precisely the right amount or you will end up simply giving the rodents a free meal and helping them to become resistant to the poison.

Trapping and baiting are Cleankill’s rodent control services' preferred methods for mouse and rodent infestation control. We can set the traps and arrange inspection and collection to suit you. Our professional rodent control services in Tonbridge know where to look and how to ensure that traps and bait are safe from inquisitive children and pets.

If you live in Tonbridge, Kent then contact us today for more information and advice about mouse control rodent removal services


Fun facts about mice

  • Mice have tails that are as long as their bodies and their tails have scales that help with climbing
  • A mouse can jump down 12 feet without hurting itself
  • Mice travel along the same route repeatedly leaving a smear mark - a build-up of dirt and oil from their fur along walls, pipes and holes
  • House mice can run up almost any vertical surface including wood, brick, sheet metal, cables and pipes
  • House mice can become pregnant within 48 hours of producing a litter
  • A mouse produces between 40 to 100 droppings per day
  • A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies after a 3-week pregnancy, and then come straight back on heat again. In a year, you've got potentially thousands of them
  • Many mice will gather food and then store it for later use
  • If you’ve seen one mouse, there will be more of them out of sight
  • Mouse phobia is referred to as musophobia. Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse is reported to have been musophobic!
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Mouse Control in Maidstone

Incontinent and prolific, mice are pests that love to set up home in warm, dry houses. Often the first sign of a rodent infestation will be their droppings. What you don’t see is their urine which smears on every surface they touch.


How to find a Mouse nest

You have seen evidence of mice in your house in Maidstone. You may even have seen a mouse scurrying away out of the corner of your eye - but how do you find its home? Unfortunately, mice don’t make nice semicircular holes in skirting boards like they do in the cartoons. Mice generally look for somewhere which is quiet and rarely disturbed. One of the first places to look is underneath your stair cupboard. Another popular place is underneath kitchen kick boards. This is a favourite for mice as it is quiet, but also has the advantage for the mouse of lots of little bits of food being kicked under it.

If you can’t see the actual nest, you may see what look like little grains of black rice. These are mouse droppings and they are a clear sign that you have a problem. One mouse produces up to eighty droppings a day.


How to get rid of a mouse problem if you live in Maidstone

The first question you need to ask yourself is how did they get in? Look around the outside of the property. There may be a damaged air brick that will either need replacing, or you'll need to put some fine mesh wire over it. If there's a gap underneath the doors install a bristle strip draft excluder.

These things will help stop the mice getting in but not completely, because modern houses in Maidstone are built with breeze blocks and stud partition walls which allow mice to travel through these areas quite easily, even from neighbouring properties.

If the problem continues, you can resort to old fashioned mouse traps baited with either chocolate or some peanut butter. Place them sideways onto the wall as the mice will then run straight across them – lengthways means the mice will have to approach from the right end.

If the problem persists, it’s time to try poisoning. We don’t recommend that you try setting poison yourself, due to the risk of contamination and unintentional poisoning. You also need to use precisely the right amount or you will end up simply giving the rodents a free meal and helping them to become resistant to the poison.

Trapping and baiting are Cleankill’s rodent control services' preferred methods for mouse and rodent infestation control. We can set the traps and arrange inspection and collection to suit you. Our professional rodent control services in Maidstone know where to look and how to ensure that traps and bait are safe from inquisitive children and pets.

If you live in Maidstone, Kent then contact us today for more information and advice about mouse control rodent removal services


Fun facts about mice

  • Mice have tails that are as long as their bodies and their tails have scales that help with climbing
  • A mouse can jump down 12 feet without hurting itself
  • Mice travel along the same route repeatedly leaving a smear mark - a build-up of dirt and oil from their fur along walls, pipes and holes
  • House mice can run up almost any vertical surface including wood, brick, sheet metal, cables and pipes
  • House mice can become pregnant within 48 hours of producing a litter
  • A mouse produces between 40 to 100 droppings per day
  • A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies after a 3-week pregnancy, and then come straight back on heat again. In a year, you've got potentially thousands of them
  • Many mice will gather food and then store it for later use
  • If you’ve seen one mouse, there will be more of them out of sight
  • Mouse phobia is referred to as musophobia. Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse is reported to have been musophobic!
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Mouse Control in Sevenoaks

Incontinent and prolific, mice are pests that love to set up home in warm, dry houses. Often the first sign of a rodent infestation will be their droppings. What you don’t see is their urine which smears on every surface they touch.


How to find a Mouse nest

You have seen evidence of mice in your house in Sevenoaks. You may even have seen a mouse scurrying away out of the corner of your eye - but how do you find its home? Unfortunately, mice don’t make nice semicircular holes in skirting boards like they do in the cartoons. Mice generally look for somewhere which is quiet and rarely disturbed. One of the first places to look is underneath your stair cupboard. Another popular place is underneath kitchen kick boards. This is a favourite for mice as it is quiet, but also has the advantage for the mouse of lots of little bits of food being kicked under it.

If you can’t see the actual nest, you may see what look like little grains of black rice. These are mouse droppings and they are a clear sign that you have a problem. One mouse produces up to eighty droppings a day.


How to get rid of a mouse problem if you live in Sevenoaks

The first question you need to ask yourself is how did they get in? Look around the outside of the property. There may be a damaged air brick that will either need replacing, or you'll need to put some fine mesh wire over it. If there's a gap underneath the doors install a bristle strip draft excluder.

These things will help stop the mice getting in but not completely, because modern houses in Sevenoaks are built with breeze blocks and stud partition walls which allow mice to travel through these areas quite easily, even from neighbouring properties.

If the problem continues, you can resort to old fashioned mouse traps baited with either chocolate or some peanut butter. Place them sideways onto the wall as the mice will then run straight across them – lengthways means the mice will have to approach from the right end.

If the problem persists, it’s time to try poisoning. We don’t recommend that you try setting poison yourself, due to the risk of contamination and unintentional poisoning. You also need to use precisely the right amount or you will end up simply giving the rodents a free meal and helping them to become resistant to the poison.

Trapping and baiting are Cleankill’s rodent control services' preferred methods for mouse and rodent infestation control. We can set the traps and arrange inspection and collection to suit you. Our professional rodent control services in Sevenoaks know where to look and how to ensure that traps and bait are safe from inquisitive children and pets.

If you live in Sevenoaks, Kent then contact us today for more information and advice about mouse control rodent removal services


Fun facts about mice

  • Mice have tails that are as long as their bodies and their tails have scales that help with climbing
  • A mouse can jump down 12 feet without hurting itself
  • Mice travel along the same route repeatedly leaving a smear mark - a build-up of dirt and oil from their fur along walls, pipes and holes
  • House mice can run up almost any vertical surface including wood, brick, sheet metal, cables and pipes
  • House mice can become pregnant within 48 hours of producing a litter
  • A mouse produces between 40 to 100 droppings per day
  • A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies after a 3-week pregnancy, and then come straight back on heat again. In a year, you've got potentially thousands of them
  • Many mice will gather food and then store it for later use
  • If you’ve seen one mouse, there will be more of them out of sight
  • Mouse phobia is referred to as musophobia. Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse is reported to have been musophobic!
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Mouse Control in Gillingham

Incontinent and prolific, mice are pests that love to set up home in warm, dry houses. Often the first sign of a rodent infestation will be their droppings. What you don’t see is their urine which smears on every surface they touch.


How to find a Mouse nest

You have seen evidence of mice in your house in Gillingham. You may even have seen a mouse scurrying away out of the corner of your eye - but how do you find its home? Unfortunately, mice don’t make nice semicircular holes in skirting boards like they do in the cartoons. Mice generally look for somewhere which is quiet and rarely disturbed. One of the first places to look is underneath your stair cupboard. Another popular place is underneath kitchen kick boards. This is a favourite for mice as it is quiet, but also has the advantage for the mouse of lots of little bits of food being kicked under it.

If you can’t see the actual nest, you may see what look like little grains of black rice. These are mouse droppings and they are a clear sign that you have a problem. One mouse produces up to eighty droppings a day.


How to get rid of a mouse problem if you live in Gillingham

The first question you need to ask yourself is how did they get in? Look around the outside of the property. There may be a damaged air brick that will either need replacing, or you'll need to put some fine mesh wire over it. If there's a gap underneath the doors install a bristle strip draft excluder.

These things will help stop the mice getting in but not completely, because modern houses in Gillingham are built with breeze blocks and stud partition walls which allow mice to travel through these areas quite easily, even from neighbouring properties.

If the problem continues, you can resort to old fashioned mouse traps baited with either chocolate or some peanut butter. Place them sideways onto the wall as the mice will then run straight across them – lengthways means the mice will have to approach from the right end.

If the problem persists, it’s time to try poisoning. We don’t recommend that you try setting poison yourself, due to the risk of contamination and unintentional poisoning. You also need to use precisely the right amount or you will end up simply giving the rodents a free meal and helping them to become resistant to the poison.

Trapping and baiting are Cleankill’s rodent control services' preferred methods for mouse and rodent infestation control. We can set the traps and arrange inspection and collection to suit you. Our professional rodent control services in Gillingham know where to look and how to ensure that traps and bait are safe from inquisitive children and pets.

If you live in Gillingham, Kent then contact us today for more information and advice about mouse control rodent removal services


Fun facts about mice

  • Mice have tails that are as long as their bodies and their tails have scales that help with climbing
  • A mouse can jump down 12 feet without hurting itself
  • Mice travel along the same route repeatedly leaving a smear mark - a build-up of dirt and oil from their fur along walls, pipes and holes
  • House mice can run up almost any vertical surface including wood, brick, sheet metal, cables and pipes
  • House mice can become pregnant within 48 hours of producing a litter
  • A mouse produces between 40 to 100 droppings per day
  • A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies after a 3-week pregnancy, and then come straight back on heat again. In a year, you've got potentially thousands of them
  • Many mice will gather food and then store it for later use
  • If you’ve seen one mouse, there will be more of them out of sight
  • Mouse phobia is referred to as musophobia. Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse is reported to have been musophobic!
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Mouse Control in Sittingbourne

Incontinent and prolific, mice are pests that love to set up home in warm, dry houses. Often the first sign of a rodent infestation will be their droppings. What you don’t see is their urine which smears on every surface they touch.


How to find a Mouse nest

You have seen evidence of mice in your house in Sittingbourne. You may even have seen a mouse scurrying away out of the corner of your eye - but how do you find its home? Unfortunately, mice don’t make nice semicircular holes in skirting boards like they do in the cartoons. Mice generally look for somewhere which is quiet and rarely disturbed. One of the first places to look is underneath your stair cupboard. Another popular place is underneath kitchen kick boards. This is a favourite for mice as it is quiet, but also has the advantage for the mouse of lots of little bits of food being kicked under it.

If you can’t see the actual nest, you may see what look like little grains of black rice. These are mouse droppings and they are a clear sign that you have a problem. One mouse produces up to eighty droppings a day.


How to get rid of a mouse problem if you live in Sittingbourne

The first question you need to ask yourself is how did they get in? Look around the outside of the property. There may be a damaged air brick that will either need replacing, or you'll need to put some fine mesh wire over it. If there's a gap underneath the doors install a bristle strip draft excluder.

These things will help stop the mice getting in but not completely, because modern houses in Sittingbourne are built with breeze blocks and stud partition walls which allow mice to travel through these areas quite easily, even from neighbouring properties.

If the problem continues, you can resort to old fashioned mouse traps baited with either chocolate or some peanut butter. Place them sideways onto the wall as the mice will then run straight across them – lengthways means the mice will have to approach from the right end.

If the problem persists, it’s time to try poisoning. We don’t recommend that you try setting poison yourself, due to the risk of contamination and unintentional poisoning. You also need to use precisely the right amount or you will end up simply giving the rodents a free meal and helping them to become resistant to the poison.

Trapping and baiting are Cleankill’s rodent control services' preferred methods for mouse and rodent infestation control. We can set the traps and arrange inspection and collection to suit you. Our professional rodent control services in Sittingbourne know where to look and how to ensure that traps and bait are safe from inquisitive children and pets.

If you live in Sittingbourne, Kent then contact us today for more information and advice about mouse control rodent removal services


Fun facts about mice

  • Mice have tails that are as long as their bodies and their tails have scales that help with climbing
  • A mouse can jump down 12 feet without hurting itself
  • Mice travel along the same route repeatedly leaving a smear mark - a build-up of dirt and oil from their fur along walls, pipes and holes
  • House mice can run up almost any vertical surface including wood, brick, sheet metal, cables and pipes
  • House mice can become pregnant within 48 hours of producing a litter
  • A mouse produces between 40 to 100 droppings per day
  • A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies after a 3-week pregnancy, and then come straight back on heat again. In a year, you've got potentially thousands of them
  • Many mice will gather food and then store it for later use
  • If you’ve seen one mouse, there will be more of them out of sight
  • Mouse phobia is referred to as musophobia. Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse is reported to have been musophobic!
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Mouse Control in Rochester

Incontinent and prolific, mice are pests that love to set up home in warm, dry houses. Often the first sign of a rodent infestation will be their droppings. What you don’t see is their urine which smears on every surface they touch.


How to find a Mouse nest

You have seen evidence of mice in your house in Rochester. You may even have seen a mouse scurrying away out of the corner of your eye - but how do you find its home? Unfortunately, mice don’t make nice semicircular holes in skirting boards like they do in the cartoons. Mice generally look for somewhere which is quiet and rarely disturbed. One of the first places to look is underneath your stair cupboard. Another popular place is underneath kitchen kick boards. This is a favourite for mice as it is quiet, but also has the advantage for the mouse of lots of little bits of food being kicked under it.

If you can’t see the actual nest, you may see what look like little grains of black rice. These are mouse droppings and they are a clear sign that you have a problem. One mouse produces up to eighty droppings a day.


How to get rid of a mouse problem if you live in Rochester

The first question you need to ask yourself is how did they get in? Look around the outside of the property. There may be a damaged air brick that will either need replacing, or you'll need to put some fine mesh wire over it. If there's a gap underneath the doors install a bristle strip draft excluder.

These things will help stop the mice getting in but not completely, because modern houses in Rochester are built with breeze blocks and stud partition walls which allow mice to travel through these areas quite easily, even from neighbouring properties.

If the problem continues, you can resort to old fashioned mouse traps baited with either chocolate or some peanut butter. Place them sideways onto the wall as the mice will then run straight across them – lengthways means the mice will have to approach from the right end.

If the problem persists, it’s time to try poisoning. We don’t recommend that you try setting poison yourself, due to the risk of contamination and unintentional poisoning. You also need to use precisely the right amount or you will end up simply giving the rodents a free meal and helping them to become resistant to the poison.

Trapping and baiting are Cleankill’s rodent control services' preferred methods for mouse and rodent infestation control. We can set the traps and arrange inspection and collection to suit you. Our professional rodent control services in Rochester know where to look and how to ensure that traps and bait are safe from inquisitive children and pets.

If you live in Rochester, Kent then contact us today for more information and advice about mouse control rodent removal services


Fun facts about mice

  • Mice have tails that are as long as their bodies and their tails have scales that help with climbing
  • A mouse can jump down 12 feet without hurting itself
  • Mice travel along the same route repeatedly leaving a smear mark - a build-up of dirt and oil from their fur along walls, pipes and holes
  • House mice can run up almost any vertical surface including wood, brick, sheet metal, cables and pipes
  • House mice can become pregnant within 48 hours of producing a litter
  • A mouse produces between 40 to 100 droppings per day
  • A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies after a 3-week pregnancy, and then come straight back on heat again. In a year, you've got potentially thousands of them
  • Many mice will gather food and then store it for later use
  • If you’ve seen one mouse, there will be more of them out of sight
  • Mouse phobia is referred to as musophobia. Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse is reported to have been musophobic!
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