Do you know that you could have rats in your Warwickshire home? Although many people don’t know it, the winter season brings a lot of rats into homes. They are mammals and respond to the weather just like we do so rats look for warm places to hide when it becomes cold. If you have heard scurrying in your ceiling or walls, seen rat droppings or chewed wood and carpets you should do something about it immediately.
If you are wondering why it is necessary to clear out rats as soon as you notice signs of their presence, it is because they breed very fast. They have a very short gestation period and in a few months you could have a rat infestation
in your home.
Many people try to get rats out of their homes using DIY methods but what they don’t realise is that these methods are rarely effective. You can use a mouse trap but you will need lots of them to kill all the rats. Some choose to use rat poison which makes the problem even worse because when the rats die and decompose in your home they start to smell.
So what is the best solution if you want to get rid of rats in your home? We suggest that you call in a professional team like us at Avon Pest Control. We have cleared many Warwickshire homes of rat infestations so you can be sure that we can do it for you too. Here are some of the benefits of choosing us:
• We have invested in all the necessary equipment to take care of rat problems. In addition to that, we use chemicals that are friendly to the environment.
We are very prompt in our response to any pest problem
• Not only are we professional, we are discreet. We use unmarked vans so your neighbours will not know that you have a pest problem. Our staff work fast but efficiently to ensure that we take care of the problem in as short a time as possible.
• Not only do we remove the rats from your home, we also block their entrance points so you don’t have to worry about having another rat infestation.
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