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Mouse Control Services

The house mouse (Mus domesticus) is cause for alarm in a home or on a commercial property. Mice can leave droppings around the building, contaminate food and be a general nuisance to the people on the property. If you need professional mouse control services on your premises, get in touch with Premier Pest Control immediately.

While there are products that can be purchased to remove mice from a residential or commercial property they are not always entirely effective. Many people are uncomfortable with the idea of leaving over-the-counter mice poison around the building. Similarly, while mousetraps are a popular method of extermination, it can take a while for this to work and may be difficult to implement at a workplace with lots of people walking around.

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At  Premier Pest Control we are committed to using industry-leading equipment and tools to ensure your premises are free of mice in a way that is quick, efficient and secure. We also understand the best practices when it comes to things like mouse control and using traps and poison is to determine which scenarios are appropriate for usage and how they should be administered. The products we use are safe and quick-working– all of which are professionally made products safe for home or business use.

Mice are a public health pest. If you own or run a business that has mice on the premises, you need to quickly eradicate this problem to ensure you do not break any public health and/or food hygiene laws. There have been numerous incidents over the years, where business have received large fines and even closed down, due to mice problems that have not been eradicated.

If you do have a business that has mice issues, we always recommend an ongoing pest control contract, to ensure your business stays pest-free. Premier Pest Control will take a free survey and quote.

Mouse Control Guidelines

Mouse Control FAQ’s

Mice are small rodents with pointed snouts, long, scaly tails and furry, round bodies. While often confused with rats, mice are much smaller mammals and can come in many different shapes and sizes.

Although small, they are highly adaptable rodents capable of living in a wide variety of dwellings. They can live in any terrain in any country, burrowing underground and foraging throughout the night. Their nocturnal nature and burrowing tendencies emerged because of their many predators. Mice are the prey of cats, owls, lizards, foxes and, of course, humans.

Before answering this, we must first distinguish between wild and domesticated mice (also known as the ‘house mouse’). Breeds of wild mice found in the UK, such as the bank vole, field vole and water vole, can often carry diseases harmful to humans.

These diseases include typhus, lymphocytic choriomeningitis, Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) and even the bacteria responsible for the Plague (Yersinia pestis). This harmful bacterium can affect humans if they breathe in rodent urine, touch mice and their nesting materials or suffer rodent bites.

Domesticated mice, however, are not dangerous. The average house mouse has been bred in captivity and does not contain any of the harmful diseases carried by wild mice.

Do you think you have a mouse infestation? Look out for rodents droppings around food cupboards and food preparation areas. Their droppings are shiny, black pellets that measure between ½ and ¾ of an inch long.

Are you suddenly noticing a lot of shredded paper, plant matter or fabric? These are nesting materials and can be another sign of infestation. If you notice stale smells around your home in dark areas or identify holes in the floor or walls, these could be entry points for mice to enter your home.

If you do not get help for your mice infestation, they can destroy parts of your home. For example, your clothes, plants, rugs and blankets may get gnawed to create nesting materials.

Not only this, but they can destroy the insulation inside your walls, which will be costly to replace. Mice have teeth that are constantly growing. If they do not chew to shorten their teeth, their mouth will be restricted, and they will die.

That’s why mice chew through anything: rubber, wood, electrical wires, aluminium and even gas wires. They will gnaw but not ingest, leaving your home in disarray and your family in danger of contracting dangerous bacterium.

If you think you have a mouse infestation and want to protect yourself, Premier Pest Control are here to help. We will provide fast and efficient solutions to keeping your home clean. Call us on 0151 426 1604 or send an email to

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