National restaurant a food retail chains are turning to SUPEPROOF to provide them with rodent proofing protection that is transforming their sites pest control performance. The London-based proofing specialist has won significant contracts with national chains during 2018 as facilities and property managers see the benefit of preventing rodent infestations over simply supressing them.
A couple spent over £30,000 on house renovations to try to get rid of mice and had been considering moving home before SUPERPROOF solved a mouse problem that had lasted nearly two decades. Mick and Janet Eden had been experiencing mouse infestations in their three-bed terraced home in South London since the early 2000s.
Restaurants and food outlets that tolerate mice activity in their premises have been sent a warning by scientists – the rodents might kill their customers.
Research has shown that common house mice carry potentially fatal diseases that are resistant to antibiotics and could be passed on to humans. A SUPERPROOF expert said that this should be of particular concern for food businesses which should be setting the highest hygiene standards to protect customers.
People who want to get rid of mice can now buy a range of ultrasonic mouse repellent devices and electronic mice repellent equipment, as well as mice repellent sprays, which claim to deter and get rid of mice. But do any of these mice repellent products work? What is the evidence that they have any effect on mice infestations in homes? And are they worth the money, given that some can cost up to £50?
They have been known to make a grown man cry, and both men and women to abandon their homes. They make otherwise sensible and peace-loving people lash out with extreme violence, and fill others with shame, fearing neighbours and friends will hate them for ever. Yes, the humble house mouse has a lot of answer for.
A couple from London found themselves in a race against time to remove mice from their home because their baby daughter was about to start crawling. John and Melissa* had tried many ways to get rid of mice in their flat, including laying mice traps and putting down mouse poison, but none of them worked.
Many cat and dog owners who suffer mouse infestations rightly want to know how to get rid of mice without harming pets. The go-to mouse control solution for many is still to buy mice poison and try to kill the rodents. Or to use mouse traps to kill mice, but in a different way.
If you find you have mice in the house you may be able to find the cause by looking out of the window or listening out for the sound of loud banging. That’s because one of the biggest causes of sudden mouse infestations is a neighbour’s decision to do a spot of home improvement –
On your marks, please go! A woman battling a mouse infestation in Islington, North London, says she felt like a spectator at a mouse marathon as the rodents constantly ran around her home. She was desperate to get rid of the mice, which dashed about the floors throughout her home day and night. The mouse
Mice infestation can be a big problem for private landlords to deal with – so who is responsible for mouse control in privately rented homes? Is it landlords or tenants? Mice are emotive. Many tenants will have mouse phobias. Many also have justifiable worries about health hazards, safety risks, spoiling of foodstuffs and bad smells. Meanwhile, mice infestations can damage buildings and fittings. For example, mice can chew through electrical wires, which can cause fires.