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Mice. They are fast, often only catching a quick glance of them as they dash for cover. Some see them as cute and are often un-aware of the dangers they pose to us and our properties if left un-treated. Estimated to possess as many as 200 human pathogens, These little Houdinis can spread some very harmful diseases such as, Salmonella and Hantavirus. These diseases are spread to us via droppings and urine left behind, on surfaces and counter tops. contaminating food. It's also wise to accept that if there is one mouse, there are more mice. One mouse can turn into many mice quickly!!. A female mouse can give birth at only 2 months old, have up to 6 litters per year, with up to 16 babies in each, although a smaller number is commoner.
Mice are also little gymnasts, they jump climb and swim well, jumping around a foot in the air allowing higher access to food etc.
House mice are the most frequent rodent pest in homes and businesses in the UK. Apart from the disease they spread, they like rats have to chew and gnaw frequently to keep their incisors in shape, as they never cease growing. Chewing through paper for nesting material, wood and even electrical cables and pipework, putting your property and occupants at serious risk of a fire. 
The first thing you should do is contact a professional pest control company like ours. We offer mice treatments tailored to your circumstances. We visit, do a survey of the internal and external buildings, identify any potential entry points and tailor a treatment plan around the findings. We have a fixed cost on all mice treatments domestically with no hidden costs. We also offer these same services for commercial properties. So if you require any more information about this service, or have an issue currently, then please don't hesitate to contact Alison on 07746307885. We are always happy to help.
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