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.
Nick Heal and Jessica Vaughan found out the hard way that trying to get rid of mice in their home with poisons does not work – now they’re urging others not to make the same mistake. The couple suffered a mouse infestation in their maisonette in South London for six months – and like many home owners first took a conventional route in trying to remove the mice. Their rodent problem was only solved when they turned to SUPERPROOF for a comprehensive programme of mouse proofing.
You’d think it would be an unequal contest – Man vs Mouse – but mice removal is not so easy. They might be weigh in at less than 30g, are all but blind, and notoriously shy (most of the time), but try to get rid of mice, and they can dig in their tiny heels.
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.
Christmas is the time to be jolly, and to be worried about mice in the house. There is a widespread belief that mouse control problems get worse in winter because the mice come in from the cold. That idea, that mice move in to shelter in our homes when it gets colder, is a myth. The reason? The rodent that lives in our home is House Mouse. It has evolved to live with us humans.
The British use the word ‘posh’ in so many ways, so there is no reason it cannot perfectly describe the latest trend in mouse control. Here at SUPERPROOF we’re proud to help people from all walks of life get rid of mice.
The mouse problem in London is well documented, not least in our news pages. But when does it become more of a problem. When do the mouse control risks faced by tens of thousands of people become a crisis?
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.
You may never come across signs of mice in your home, even when they are there. But when the mouse population grows, or when us humans are particularly sensitive to their presence, it becomes much easier to spot the tell-tale signs that mice have taken up residence. Mice are nocturnal creatures so the signs of