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Garden Rats are Brown Rats, and among the most commonly seen rodents you we encounter in your garden. For the most part, you should not be alarmed by the rare appearance of a single adult rat.
What you should be alarmed about is the presence of more than one rat, or rats of different sizes. This might indicate you have a colony of rats in your garden or a rat colony using it as a crossing point to access adjoining premises where food is abundant.
Both rural and urban rat populations are extremely successful at identifying new opportunities for both food and shelter, which ensures populations remain robust in spite of peoples best attempts to eliminate them.
Reasons You Have Rats In Your Garden include:
Compost Bins: Rats love compost bins that are regularly supplied with fresh kitchen waste - Tasty! Without the proper protection they can be a potent reservoir of rats due to the food they hold and the higher than ambient temperatures they generate.
Bird Feeders: Bird Feeders and bird tables offer an abundant supply of spilt food as well as easily accessible hanging food accessories that can be easily stripped. Rats are phenomenal climbers and acrobats. They can climb squirrel proof feeders and move very quickly.
Garden Decking: Garden decking hides a multitude of sins and vulnerabilities in the structure of your homes perimeter and conceals the drain inspection points beneath.
It is extremely common to also find that the rats are living beneath polythene membranes set below the decking to subdue weeds.
Decking is mistakenly placed right up against the wall of the property allowing water to penetrate the walls above the damp-course and completely hides the activities of developing rat populations beneath.
Out-Buildings & Sheds: Garden sheds and similar out-buildings are the perfect retreat and nesting site for rats. They often contain suitable nesting material, are rarely disturbed during the colder months and often have stored feed and seed in them.
The doors rarely fit snugly and the floors are often rotten and cluttered. The perfect hiding place.
Hutches and Bird Enclosures: Outdoor animals like rabbits, chickens, guinea pigs and birds provide an abundance of spilt feed or feed that is easily available. Quite often these will be in neighboring gardens or on garden perimeters, encouraging rodents into your garden.
Even when the animals and birds are located inside the property, rats quickly do all they can to find access into the property to access the food they can small externally.
Faulty Drains: Faulty drains offer rats the opportunity to populate your garden extremely quickly and represent a never ending supply of rats that without remedial work, remain imposable to permanently eliminate.
80% of rats come from the faulty drains and without repair, the constant flow of rats is unstoppable.
Question - How Does Your Service Work?
Before anything happens we schedule a thorough rat and rodent inspection of the affected areas at a time convenient to you. Everyone is capable of laying bait and traps, and in some cases this might achieve some level of control.
A professional inspection by our trained operatives brings you a completely different level of rat awareness and control.
At The Bristol Rat Company we carry sophisticated, professional equipment as well as products that although very safe, are strictly controlled, so cannot be legally acquired by non professional operators.
What this means to you is Faster, Safer Control and a property thatis SAFER - FASTER and FOR LONGER as a result.
Question - How Much Does Brown Rat Control Cost?
Significantly less than if you let brown rats continue damaging and infesting your property - Remember they carry parasites and infections that may surely cost you your health.
Being a rat control specialist, means our rat control services are faster and more flexible than many other providers.
We are usually on site within hours or faster if it is an emergency, getting rid of wild brown rats quickly. Our brown rat control prices in Bristol start from just £79.00 for an inspection, or your inspection is free if you have a treatment.
For emergencies, public holidays, weekends and out of hours services, prices may vary. Remember we also provide rodent proofing - helping you remain free of brown rats long after they are eliminated.
Question - How Long Will It Take?
Many rat populations are knocked down in a couple of weeks yet in general, a large infestation of rats is going to take much longer, depending on environmental factors such as bait resistance, bait shyness, cold conditions and levels of non bait food sources.
Where the brown rats are difficult to track or the key source of rats is difficult to find, we deploy a range of tools from high definition remote cameras to digital endoscopes to assist us. In essence - technology and science together with good old fashioned field craft, gives us unique advantage.
In almost all situations, an integrated approach, using a variety of control methods is far more successful than one that uses a single approach. We use integrated methods in the majority of our control operations as this is both an economically and environmentally, beneficial method of control.
Q: What other Ways Can You Help Me?
The Bristol Rat Company has qualified electricians who can inspect and test your entire electrical system for faults and damage caused by rodent activity.
We can also update older style electrical systems, reducing fire risks and the dangers of electrical accidents caused by electrocution from wires stripped bare by rats, squirrels and mice.
Damaged pipes like those leading into underfloor heating systems are a major hazard to both your properties structural integrity and of course electrical injury. We have qualified Plumbers from that will quickly inspect and if required, replace or repair damaged pipes and equipment.
Drain Repairs and Digital Camera Inspections
Very often the rodent problems we see are a result of rats getting into property through damaged, faulty or badly designed sewer systems.
We also have the facilities and expertise to carry out a full inspection of the sewer system and drainage of the property. Where damage is found we will carry out remediation work to protect the property.
Insulation is one of the most significant areas of contamination risk and is regularly overlooked.
Rodents nest and live between layers, depositing huge quantities of droppings, urine and nesting material infested with insect pests.
We are able to undertake a highly effective decontamination processes in place to ensure insulation is quickly and effectively replaced and surrounding surfaces fully disinfected with a sophisticated product that kills, viruses, bacteria and many other types of microorganism.
We also use the of WaspKill UK Pest Control, who are experts in insect control to handle the fumigation of properties affected by flea, bedbug and lice infestations.
We have healthcare trained operatives, formally qualified in infection control to decontaminate an infested or contaminated environment.
You can be assured that we understand infection control and how to achieve an intensive clean more than many other organisations.
Simon Berenyi is head of infection control operations and with fifteen years experience in clinical healthcare services helps us stand apart from other providers as industry leaders.
Proofing is where we put in place effective barriers preventing rodents from accessing property or sensitive areas. We have experience in sealing cavity walls, cellars, attics, store rooms, kitchens and the list goes on. If you have rodents and don't want them getting in - then we have the expertise to help.
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