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Action Force Pest Prevention provides guaranteed rodent control services for residential and commercial properties. We use an integrated pest management strategy that includes inspection, treatment, exclusion, and sanitation. Our licensed exterminators will develop a custom rodent treatment plan designed to eliminate all rodents from your premises.

The Action Force Pest Prevention Process comprises four effective steps that guarantee a rodent-free home:

Step 1: Inspection - Our team conducts a comprehensive inspection to identify any signs of rodent activity. This evaluation helps us determine the root cause of the problem and where the rodents are coming from.

 

Step 2: Treatment - We implement a personalised integrated pest management plan that uses a multi-faceted approach to stop rodents in their tracks and prevent further issues. Our experts will also guide you on how to minimise the potential of a recurring rodent problem.

 

Step 3: Exclusion - After we have successfully eradicated all rodents, we seal any gaps and block any unnecessary openings to prevent them from reentering your home.

 

Step 4: Guarantee - We stand by our work and offer a guarantee that if any unwanted visitor returns, we will pop straight back out to take care of the problem. Say goodbye to rodent problems and hello to a rodent-free home with the Action Force Pest Prevention Process. Contact us today to schedule your comprehensive inspection!

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Call us on 0117 444 9821

Are you fed up with unwanted pests in your home or business? Look no further! Our local pest control company is here to help. We have a deep understanding of the specific pests that are common in your area, and we use the latest technology and methods to eradicate them. Our services come with a 100% guarantee of eradication, so you can rest assured that your pest issues will be resolved. We also have a one-time set fee, so you won't be charged per visit. By selecting us, you'll benefit from our expertise and dedication to addressing your pest issues effectively and efficiently. Say goodbye to pests for good!

Why do we control Rodents?

Public Health: Rats and mice carry diseases that can be transmitted to humans, such as leptospirosis, hantavirus, and salmonellosis. Controlling rat populations helps reduce the risk of these diseases spreading.

Damage to Property: Rodents can cause significant damage to buildings, infrastructure, and property by gnawing on wires, insulation, and structural components. This can lead to costly repairs and pose fire hazards.

Ecological Impact: In areas where rats are invasive species, they can have detrimental effects on native wildlife by competing for resources and preying on smaller animals.

Food Safety: Rats can contaminate food stores and food preparation areas with their urine, feces, and hair, leading to foodborne illnesses and economic losses in the food industry.

Quality of Life: Rats infestations can negatively impact the quality of life in affected areas, causing stress and anxiety for residents and business owners.

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  • How to prevent rodent infestation?
    The best way to prevent contact with rodents is to remove food sources, water, and items that provide shelter for them. You can prevent rats from returning by following these steps: use an integrated pest management approach that includes environmental sanitation, proper food storage, rodent-proofing, trapping, and poisoning.
  • What are the most effective rodent control measures?
    The most efficient strategies for eradicating and managing rodent populations entail the utilisation of traps and rodent baits. Rats, due to their neophobic nature, exhibit wariness towards novel foods and objects within their environment, necessitating a patient approach to trapping and the use of appropriate bait.
  • What is the most destructive rodent?
    Squirrels, particularly the grey squirrel, are recognised as one of the most detrimental rodent species. Once they gain access to premises, their gnawing activity can lead to damage to electrical installations, cabling, and other materials. Furthermore, they have been observed gnawing on lead flashings on roofs, displaying an apparent preference for the texture of the soft metal.
  • is it worse to have rats or mice?
    Rats and mice can carry numerous diseases such as salmonellosis, Weil's disease, rat bite fever, hantavirus, the plague, and more. However, because rats are more aggressive and can lead to an infestation more quickly, the chances of contracting a disease from them increase. Additionally, rats are generally smarter as well.
  • What smell will keep rats away?
    Peppermint oil and other essential plant oils such as rosemary, citronella, sage, and lavender have strong botanical scents that rats dislike. However, this does not guarantee that rats will leave and not return.
  • Will leaving lights on deter mice and rats?
    Having lights on inside your house is not an effective deterrent. This is because intruders can easily look for dark areas to hide inside houses until all the lights are turned off. While the lights are on, they might feel more exposed and could hide inside walls, crawl spaces, attics, and ceilings.
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Our expert will search for the source of entry and use the latest technology to determine any entry points. Finally, we will block any entry point to prevent future infestations.

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