mouse
control
essex & suffolk.
from £198

01787 477804
01376 233222

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25years2

Over 25 Years' Experience
You can rest easy knowing you're in the hands of 3rd generation pest controllers.

RSPH1

RSPH Level 2 Trained.
Safeguard your property with experts trained to a recognised standard.

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Affordable Pricing.
We offer mouse control starting from £168 (incl VAT).

response

Fast Response.
Because the last thing you need is unwanted visitors.

non-toxic

Non-toxic Options.
We strive to reduce the impact we have without compromising on service.

essexsuffolk

Cover all of Essex & Suffolk.
We aim to help as many people as possible, no matter where they are.

We deal with large numbers of mouse treatments each year, with much of our work undertaken during the cold winter months. Due to the cold weather, lack of food and predators, mice often seek safety in the homes of residents in nearby towns and cities. With many of the areas we serve in Essex and Suffolk being surrounded by arable farmland, mouse infestations are a common problem.

We offer affordable mouse control services, utilising modern traps, techniques, bait and approved rodenticides. We are here to help rid you of your rodent worries!

We cover the whole of Essex and Suffolk, with large numbers of jobs undertaken in Braintree (CM6), Colchester (CO1), Haverhill (CB9) & Witham (CM8).

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Tell-tale Signs of Mice:

  • Scratching noises in loft/wall cavities.
  • A strong smell of urine.
  • “Rice grain” sized droppings.
  • Urine pillars
  • Smear marks on walls; black grease marks from prolonged activity.
  • Sightings.

Common Mouse Locations:

  • Lofts
  • Garages
  • Boiler Rooms
  • Pool Houses
  • Pantries

Mouse Control Services We Offer:

  • Commercial Mouse Control
  • Residential Mouse Control
  • Agricultural Mouse Control
  • Proofing
  • Pest Management Contracts

Due to surrounding arable farmland, the most common mouse we deal with is the field mouse, sometimes called the wood mouse. During the harvest, mice that were nesting in fields tend to scatter, often ending up in people’s houses.

A native to the UK and with estimates putting numbers at around 40 million, these are a common pest indoors. Known for chewing through pipes and electrical cables, these rodents can cause just as much damage as rats!

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Field / Wood Mouse Facts

Size & Weight
Head + body 80-100mm; tail 70-90mm (adult)
Males up to 25g, Females up to 20g

Colour
Orange-brown fur with a white/grey underbelly

Habits

Diet: seeds, snails, insects, fruit, berries, nuts and fungi.

Stores nuts and berries in burrows or nests

Woodlands, grassland and gardens but are also found in buildings and lofts.

Lifecycle

Gestation Period: 25 days
Litter Size: On average 6 but up to 9

Life Expectancy: Average of 1 year but known to live up to 3 years

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House Mouse Facts

Size & Weight
Head + Body 70-95mm with a tail of equal length (adult). 12 - 30g

Colour
Uniformly grey-brown body + tail; smaller feet than a field mouse

Habits

  • Diet: Insects (beetle larvae, caterpillars etc.), vegetation, berries, nuts and seeds
  • Strong distinctive smell
  • Live alongside people and their homes; food and warmth

Lifecycle

  • Gestation Period: 20 days
  • Litter Size: On average 6 but up to 9
  • Life Expectancy: Average of 1 year but known to live up to 3 years

treatment methods.

  • Proofing
  • Traps
  • Approved Rodenticides

The above hierarchy of methods, in order of use, are the ways in which we deal with mice. As with rats, the best treatment is always prevention, people can suffer with mice for years without any luck in finding the root cause of the problem.

Mice deserve the credit they’re due, they are incredibly smart animals that are known for their neophobic behaviour (fear of new objects or changes in their environment). Mice are becoming increasingly trap-shy, with some being resistant to rodenticides, making it harder for people to resolve the problem themselves.

That’s where we come in, we’ve been dealing with pest control in Essex & Suffolk for over 20 years. We know exactly what to look for when it comes to mice, how they’re getting in, how to stop them and how to catch them.

We use the latest modern traps, that instantly despatch mice as humanly as possible with a backup arsenal of professional-grade rodenticides in varying methods of delivery.

If you have a mouse problem in Essex or Suffolk and are fed up with living with an ongoing problem, give us a call.

pest control prices.

We believe in being open and honest in all aspects of our business. Consequently, we display our prices online so you know exactly how much it is going to cost to be rid of your pests.

£198 Inc VAT
with "Pay Fast Pay Less"
£222 Standard Price

£198 Inc VAT
with "Pay Fast Pay Less"
£222 Standard Price

£78 Inc VAT
with "Pay Fast Pay Less"
£90 Standard Price
(Additional nests on same visit £24 each)

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Hornets

£78 Inc VAT
with "Pay Fast Pay Less"
£90 Standard Price
(Additional nests on same visit £24 each)

1-2 Bed House
£120 Inc VAT
with "Pay Fast Pay Less"
£144 Standard Price

3-4 Bed House
£144 Inc VAT
with "Pay Fast Pay Less"
£168 Standard Price

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Carpet Moths

1-2 Bed House
£120 Inc VAT
with "Pay Fast Pay Less"
£144 Standard Price

3-4 Bed House
£144 Inc VAT
with "Pay Fast Pay Less"
£168 Standard Price

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from £100 Inc VAT**

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A £30.00 call-out charge is included in all prices shown. However, if for any reason work is not required and we've arrived on-site, this will still be charged.

* Additional nests found will be charged at £24 Inc VAT each.
**Following initial site visit.

towns & cities we cover.

  • Bury St Edmunds
  • Hadleigh
  • Ipswich
  • Sudbury
  • Witham

more locations we cover.

  • Acton
  • Aldham
  • Assington
  • Barrow
  • Black Notley
  • Blackmore End
  • Boreham
  • Boxford
  • Bradwell
  • Bures
  • Castle Hedingham
  • Cavendish
  • Chedburgh
  • Chevington
  • Chipping Ongar
  • Clare
  • Coggeshall
  • Colne Engaine
  • Cornish Hall End
  • Cressing
  • Duck End
  • Earls Colne
  • Eight Ash Green
  • Elmsett
  • Elmstead Market
  • Elmswell
  • Elsenham
  • Feering
  • Felsted
  • Finchingfield
  • Fordham
  • Glemsford
  • Gosfield
  • Great Baddow
  • Great Bardfield
  • Great Cornard
  • Great Easton
  • Great Finborough
  • Great Leighs
  • Great Maplestead
  • Great Notley
  • Great Saling
  • Great Tey
  • Great Thurlow
  • Great Totham
  • Great Waldingfield
  • Great Yeldham
  • Greenstead Green
  • Halstead
  • Hatfield Broadoak
  • Hatfield Heath
  • Hatfield Peveral
  • Heybridge
  • High Easter
  • High Roding
  • Hitcham
  • Horringer
  • Hundon
  • Kelvedon
  • Kersey
  • Lavenham
  • Layer de la Haye
  • Layham
  • Leavenheath
  • Little Maplestead
  • Little Yeldham
  • Long Melford
  • Maldon
  • Manuden
  • Matching Green
  • Monks Eleigh
  • Needham Market
  • Newport
  • Panfield
  • Pebmarsh
  • Pentlow
  • Polstead
  • Rattlesden
  • Raydon
  • Rayne
  • Ridgewell
  • Risby
  • Rivenhall
  • Roxwell
  • Sible Hedingham
  • Sicklesmere
  • Silver End
  • Stansted
  • Stansted Mountfitchet
  • Steeple Bumpstead
  • Stisted
  • Stock
  • Stoke-by-Clare
  • Stowupland
  • Sturmer
  • Takeley
  • Thaxted
  • Thurston
  • Tiptree
  • Toppesfield
  • Wakes Colne
  • West Bergholt
  • Wethersfield
  • Whatfield
  • White Colne
  • White Notley
  • Wickham St Paul
  • Wimbish
  • Withersfield
  • Wivenhoe
  • Woolpit
  • Writtle

frequent questions.

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