Lookout for Rats & Mice in the Winter Months

Colder weather is driving rats & mice indoors so we are seeing a surge in pest problems especially anywhere that food is present.

As temperatures begin to drop and food becomes scarce, rats will begin looking for shelter and scraps in more urban locations. And as autumn and winter push on, rats start to head indoors.

Rats and mice do not hibernate and are a problem all year round but as the weather gets colder, field mice will look for warmer places to nest and begin to move indoors too.

Right now most of our work in Pest Control Wolverhampton is for Rats and Mice – on identifying an infestation and the eradicating the problem and removing the pests. Stay safe and call in the professionals – Anti-Pest Pest Control Wolverhampton

During the lockdown, as designated key workers, the professional pest management sector is working hard to protect homes, as well as key areas including healthcare environments such as hospitals, the food manufacturing industry, and farms too.

Rodents and many other pests carry and transmit diseases, and can breed at an alarming rate if left unattended.

They contaminate food, ruin stock, and can even cause fires and floods with their gnawing.

Pro-active pest management is the best way we can manage the risks to public health and safety.

Call Anti-Pest Pest Control Wolverhampton – tel: 01902 755094
or visit: https://www.anti-pest.co.uk

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