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
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.
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
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.
Official figures obtained by a London Assembly member reveal that more than 100 complaints about rats and mice are made on average to London’s councils every day.
The famous definition of insanity – making the same mistake again and again, and expecting different results, describes conventional mouse control perfectly. The answer is to be different, and do something that works.
If you really don’t like mice and find one in the house at 2 o’clock in the morning – what is the natural response? A lot of people think first to look up the nearest local 24-hour mouse control service. But they should think again.
A sleeping woman was woken by a sharp jab of pain and found she was being eaten by a mouse. She looked down in horror to find blood gushing from her thumb, then saw a mouse scurrying out of her bed and into the corner of the bedroom. Sara* said: “I woke suddenly and could
A major London mouse control problem is driving tens of thousands of people out of their homes every year to escape entrenched mice infestations, says the capital’s leading mouse proofing specialist. People are changing the homes they rent – and even selling their properties to buy elsewhere – because they see it as the only