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.
With the stress of A-level results over, thousands of young people are leaving the parental nest to study at university, where they will experience another stressful experience – mice nests. But removing mice from student flats can be notoriously difficult.
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
For some homeowners finding the best way to get rid of mice in their house proves to be harder than finding the mice in the first place. Many property owners, whether they have houses, flats or commercial premises, struggle to get rid of mice. They are only tiny, frail, little animals, so how hard should
Selecting the best mouse poison might appear a sensible move to get rid of mice. Right? Well, here at SUPERPROOFTM we believe we can explain how that would be wrong. That’s because mouse control is not about destruction of wild mammals, but about removing them through effective mouse proofing, a process we call Superproofing. Conventional
You have mice in your house, and you want to get rid of them. The first thing that comes into many people’s heads? Buy a cat. Sounds reasonable. But a moggy could be a big mistake when it comes to getting rid of mice, or preventing mice infestations. Here are five reasons – and some