Superproofing recognised as future of mouse control Customers and national media catch on to proofing benefits Restaurants switching to SUPERPROOF to protect property Toughest mouse challenges overcome with intelligent pest control Increasing numbers of property professionals and householders are concluding that SUPERPROOF’s strategy of preventing pests getting into human living space is the best option
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.
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.
An Australian woman who could take living alongside some of the most poisonous snakes in the world in her stride was shocked to find “revolting” mice had taken up residence in her London flat. The senior business executive was so disgusted to find mice in her home that, at one point, she considered moving out to live in a hotel.
If you ask 100 people how to get rid of mice, 99 of them will say put down mouse traps or mice poison. Yet MOST of our customers have already found to their cost that this approach does not work. Here are the five dirty secrets about how to get rid of mice in the home you need to know.
American first-time parents wanted just one thing when mice appeared in their home at the same time as their new-born baby – a method to achieve permanent mice removal. They were worried about mice poison and mouse traps. So what should they do?
Tighter rules controlling the use of rodenticides come into force on Thursday 1st March to reduce the number of secondary wildlife deaths caused by the misuse of rodent poisons. On that date, EU Commission Regulation 2016/1179 comes into force banning the general sale of rodenticides with anticoagulant active substances above 30 parts per million (ppm).
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.
If you need to get rid of mice in the home the first thing you are likely to do is call a local a pest control company and urge them to come around as fast as possible. This might involve using a 24-hour mouse removal service with the hope that the mice will be gone