Glossop Rat And Mice Problems

Glossop Rat And Mice Problems – The Professionals Are Here To Help

Glossop rat and mice problems are now the cause of many telephone calls I am receiving. As these vermin are looking for a warmer environment now the weather is getting colder, your home or commercial building is a great attraction to them.

I have 27 years experience dealing with household or commercial Glossop rat and mice problems. Have a look at the many testimonials from my satisfied domestic and commercial customers.

Glossop rat and mice problems mean that rats can carry diseases such as Salmonella, Typhoid and Disentery. Weil’s Disease (Leptospirosis) is caused by rat urine contaminating any water source. Typhus is also carried by rats and mice via flea bites.

Glossop Rat And Mice ProblemsWith over 10 million rats in the UK, according to estimates, and more than a million domestic and commercial properties infected, this problem needs the attention of professional pest control operatives. The dominant species of rat in the UK is the Norway or Brown Rat (rattus norvegicus). They are not always brown and neither are they from Norway. They are often found living in sewers and drains, refuse tips, farms and waterways. Rats have around 7 litters per year and can soon overrun a property if not dealt with quickly. Don’t risk your families health or damage to your property for the sake of a cost effective treatment that will cure your Glossop rat and mice problems.

I offer a very fast service, so if you are suffering with any Glossop rat and mice problems give me a call on 07940 062670. Normally I can be with you within the hour. If you are a business, I have many commercial contract customers for Glossop rat and mice problems and would be happy to add you to my satisfied client list.

If you have any Glossop rat and mice problems then call me give me a call on 07940 062670. Pest Control Glossop can also solve your rat and mice problems in Tameside, Saddleworth, Oldham, Stockport and Manchester.

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