When at work, our Pest Police technicians undertaking mice removal services Melbourne-wide know that nests are often found close to where they scavenge for food and water. The female will give birth to four to six litters a year, which will contain five to ten young. These young can reproduce three months after birth, so it is calculated, that within one year, a single pair of rodents can be responsible for as many 400 – 700 pests.
Rodent activity is usually at night, so it is important to identify if these pests from signs they leave. An expert from Pest Police Australia will professionally identify the specific rodent and likely nest location. It is important to get expert advice for effective eradication, as both rats and mice have a highly developed sense of smell and can often identify chemicals in food, warning them of domestic baits.
The Pest Police Australia inspector will identify the type of rodent and recommend suitable treatment and warranty for all work, including baiting the roof void and subfloor area. If there are internal problems, lockable mouse and rat boxes are available.