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Rats. They are a Pest that has evolved to survive alongside us. With there ever growing incisors and disease they spread, they are a very dangerous pest to share your property with, both for occupants and the property itself. With there incisor teeth continually growing, rats have to chew and gnaw on a regular basis. This can be wood electrical cables and pipework, which in turn has been known to cause fires within the property. Apart from the dangers of chewing, they also carry some dangerous diseases that can be passed on to humans. Some of the diseases that can be spread from rats to people are, bubonic and pneumonic plague, murine typhus, salmonella, leptospirosis, hantavirus and tularemia. They transmit this disease if they bite or scratch humans, and also by leaving their droppings and urine around your home. Humans can also get sick when rats contaminate their food or run across counter tops where food is prepared.
Rats tend to nest it sheltered areas. Making your home or building an ideal location. Once set up, they breed at an alarming rate. A female brown rat can breed from around 3 months old, and has an average of 5 litters a year. Each of up to 12 young per litter. So you see how quickly an un-treated infestation can quickly become a serious issue.
Rats are omnivorous, eating pretty much anything, from fruit and seeds to human waste, insects, birds, eggs or even small mammals.
If you discover a rat issue internally or externally its best to call in a professional company like us to deal with the issue quickly and efficiently. We have a fixed price on internal and external treatments. With internal treatments covered by our guarantee promise. We offer these treatments on a domestic and commercial level, meaning we have you covered no matter what the issue. So for more information or to book a treatment, please call Alison today on, 07746307885, we are always happy to help any way we can.
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