Rodent Control - Rats & Mice
Rat Control and Prevention Specialists for Kent and the South East
Rodents, such as rats and mice, can cause serious damage to your business or organisation, so a rodent control, management and prevention solution is absolutely vital. Monitor provides rodent control that will eliminate the problem to prevent food contamination, damage to your building or structure and potential risk of disease to humans.
With over 25 years of experience, you can trust our rodent control service to identify and eliminate your rodent infestation quickly and effectively. We will protect your business from rodents of all kinds, giving you complete peace of mind that you adhere to the highest operational standards and current health and safety legislation.
DID YOU KNOW?
Rats and mice, need to gnaw to keep their constantly growing incisor teeth worn down. They damage woodwork, plastic and lead pipes and will strip insulation from electrical cables which is a serious fire risk. They are also capable of spreading many diseases and can transmit food poisoning, Weil’s disease (from which about ten people and a number of dogs die each year in the UK), murine typhus, rat bite fever, trichinosis and other diseases. They contaminate more food than they consume and the average mouse deposits 70 droppings in 24 hours and urinates frequently. They climb well and can squeeze through very small gaps.
All rodents breed rapidly and become sexually mature very quickly. Each female may produce multiple litters of young in a year.
OUR RAT REMOVAL TREATMENT SERVICE
We oﬀer an easy rat control treatment service, which includes the following process:
Call or email us to discuss your pest problem and we will give you advice or arrange for our local technician to make a visit.
If necessary, we will arrange a survey at a time convenient for you, and provide a quote and pest recommendations.
The BPCA certified technicians at Monitor Pest Control will visit your premises to treat the pest issue and working together we will resolve the problem.