Rats, Rat Burrows, Vermin, Rodent Control – Worksop,  Retford,  Mansfield, Hull,

Rats: when living in close proximity to man can cause considerable problems. Many people are afraid of rats and with their capacity to cause damage & carry disease they have good reason. Rats breed extremely quickly, what starts off as a small infestation can quickly spread throughout the premises, causing damage and posing a fire risk from potential damage to wiring by their constant gnawing.

ratBrown Rat  (Rattus norvegicus)

If you have a problem with rats, PCS Pest Control can review the situation and make suggestions on how to best eradicate the problem. We use variety of targeted professional removal techniques appropriate for the environment and situation. We can also carry out rat proofing work to help prevent the problem re-ocuring. Please contact us for details of how to deal with a rat infestation.

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A typical Rat run

A typical Rat run

A clear path worn by rats which is a sign of an established infestation.
Bird food attracting rats

Bird food attracting rats

A problem caused by feeding birds on the floor which is attracting rats. It is advised to feed birds on a bird table or feeder and ideally away from cover (vegetation), e.g. middle of a lawn or open space.
Damage to a door by Rats.

Damage to a door by Rats.

Gnawing damage caused by rats to a barn door. Rats will chew almost anything.
A Rat caught in a live cage trap

A Rat caught in a live cage trap

Trapping is just one method we utilise to remove a rat problem from a property or land.
Brown Rat droppings compared to mouse droppings

Brown Rat droppings compared to mouse droppings

The larger brown rat dropping are shown with a 20p piece for scale illustration.
Gnawing damage

Gnawing damage

A bar off of soap where a rat has chewed the edges. You can see the incisor mark on the soap. This was taken from a basement infestation which was successfully treated.

Rats, Rat Burrows, Vermin, Rodent Control - Worksop, Retford, Mansfield, Hull

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