A pair of mice are able to give birth to over 500 mice per year. On top of their rapid reproduction, they are carrier of parasites and diseases.
Systematic treatments should be carried out to solve mice-problems.
We offer our experience and professionalism in mouse control.
Regularly mouse control is vital
How to control mouse problems?
Mouse control starts with the understanding of the habits and diets of mice, and can be carried out by multifold treatments, namely hygiene maintenance, installation of mouse expelling equipment and mouse extermination.
We offer the below services regarding mouse control:
– Consultation with our specialists
– Strategies to prevent mouse intrusion
– Maintenance of a hygienic environment
– Installations of rodent boxes
Your enquiry about our services is always welcomed.
Inspection of mouse intrusion
Wireless video cameras are installed to check and record statuses of mouse intrusion. The hiding places of mice will be detected to facilitate the placement of rodent boxes.
Ultrasonic mouse expeller forces mice to flee by emitting up to thousands different kinds of high-frequency sounds to destroy the hearing of mice. The sounds are beyond hearings of human and pets and thus safe.
How do we catch mice?
Mice have the habits of following regular routes, usually along corners of walls, to protect themselves from dangers. Mouse traps and mouse glue can thus be placed in these corners, whic are useful for environments that are not suitable for the placement of toxic mouse baits.
Mouse baits can keep the amount of mice in control rapidly, although we do not recommend the use of it.
Theoretically, mouse baits, such as anti-agulants, are used to drive mice into observable areas (potentially, to drink) by causing internal hemorrhage in their internal systems. However, our experience found that such baits will only cause mice to die in hiding places, causing severe hygienic problems.
Habits of different kinds of mice
There are three types of mice that are commonly seen in Hong Kong:
1. Rattus norvegicus
Commonly known as ditch rat, they are usually found in sewers and burrows. They are skillful in swimming but normally stay on the grounds. They are nocturnal.
Commonly known as black ray or house rat, they are usually found in ceilings, roofs, pipes and grooves. They are skillful in climbing but rarely swim and dug holes. They are also nocturnal.
Commonly known as house mouse, they are usually found in indoor cracks and storage, especially where food is stored. Good at climbing, they are generally nocturnal but could also be active during day time.
Maintain a hygienic environment
The living of mice depends on food and living space. Given that the supply of food and hiding places are eliminated, mouse intrusion can be prevented and solved.
Prevention is always vital in mouse control