What methods are used to control rodents?
Rats and mice must be monitored very carefully in order to keep them under control and ensure they do not wreck your property or harm the health of your family. A large amount of the world’s food loss and spoilage is caused by contamination or physical destruction and consumption by rodents. About a fifth to a third of food in the world does not get eaten by humans thanks to rodents. Our four approaches include:
- Sanitation by reducing the food and shelter available for rodent activity
- Rodent-proofing which involves altering the building structurally so that rodents cannot gain entry.
- Trapping and captures the rodents using traps.
- Chemical Control which covers a wide variety of techniques including baiting, use of tracking powders and gels and in extreme cases, fumigants.
Flick Anticimex uses rodent baiting stations which are highly secure and designed to ensure the rodents are unable to get away with the Rodenticide baits. This is crucial in places where food is being handled, as it prevents cross contamination. Secure bait stations enable you to set your mind at rest since you need not worry about the Rodenticide being moved by the rodent from the station and harming any another animals or people.
All of Flick Anticimex’s rodent bait stations are located in strategically chosen spots based on the specifics of your property, your rodent treatment programme and your requirements, and then securely installed. They are typically placed around your property’s perimeter, close to entrances and in places likely to be breeding grounds, hiding places or food sources for rodents. Each rodent station is assigned a number and clearly marked out on a plan which is then stored in the service register.
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