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
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.
A residential landlord and property developer has told how he is impressed with the promise shown by SUPERPROOF as an effective mouse control solution. The landlord turned to SUPERPROOF after one of his tenants complained of seeing mice in his flat, and more conventional forms of getting rid of the rodents had failed. In feedback