Bespoke rat control in Oxfordshire! We offer a same day service to all of our customers. We know that your time is precious, so we will arrange a 2 hour slot that suits you. Please be aware that we could run late at times due to unforeseen circumstances. We need to ensure that we give all our customers the best possible service and at times we could run late. We use the latest technology that ensures that we can deal with any rat situation you might have.
We will do a survey of the area prior to any treatment that we decide on doing. With this we will ensure that no non target species are affected with the treatment program. If we cannot use rodenticides then we will fit trapps in the area.
Oxfordshire pest control are experts at the rat control in Oxfordshire. There are two species of rat in Britain, the most common of which is Rattus Norvegicus, known as the Brown Rat or Common Rat. The other is Rattus Rattus,referred to as the Black Rat or Ship Rat.
It goes without saying that rat infestations can have a devastating impact on personal wellbeing. Aside from the health risks, the sound of them scuttling around the home, the evidence of their presence and the damage they can cause do little to help householders sleep easy.
What damage could rats do to your property? They will chew through anything – cinder block, wood, glass, metal, the rats will take on pretty much anything, which is why they can cause untold damage to both homes, businesses and the occasional finger.
Flooding from gnawed pipes and electrical fires from chewed wires may be associated with rat infestations.
Oxfordshire pest control technicians are all trained and qualified to deal with your rat infestation in the best possible way. The common way of dealing with the rats inside the property will be to apply a rodenticide in tamper proof bait boxes.
How to prevent rats on your property.
- Eliminate all gaps that they could use as access. Gaps around pipes and under sheds, as rats only need a gap of 15mm to gain entry to a structure.
- Remove all potential nesting sites. Rats love compost heaps, turn the heaps regularly.
- Ensure all drains are covered.
- Bird feeders are a massive food source for rats. Remove as much of the spilled feed as possible to reduce the source of food.
- Household waste needs to be covered as best possible. Ensure all bin lids are closed.
All the methods used by Oxfordshire pest control will comply with the industry standards. We will ensure that all non-target species are unaffected by our treatments, this includes your pets.
Call Oxfordshire pest control today for a free quote 07481553551