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Caistor Rat Catchers (LN7): Seeing rats in your garden or home can be rather an unsettling experience and whilst its not so regular an occurrence in Caistor these days, it is definitely something that happens. Rats breed quickly and are likely to cause issues, particularly when there are a lot of them. One incidence of a solitary rat might not be too much of a worry, but if you're seeing them on a regular basis make sure you do something about it.

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If you do happen to discover rats in Caistor, the likelihood is that they are going to be brown rats, although there are actually two species of rats presently living in Great Britain; black (or ship) rats and brown (or common) rats. As you could be aware black rats were the cause of the Great Plague (17th C) and at that time they were very widespread. Black rats are relatively rare now but in fact neither species is native to Great Britain, both of them coming from Asia.

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The largest of the two rat breeds is the brown at about 9 inches, whilst the black only grows to between 5" and 7". To wear down their continually growing incisor teetn, brown rats must keep gnawing at things, which is the reason they're the cause of so much damage. Their attention is usually concentrated on things made of timber.

An infestation of rats cause all kinds of problems for business and home owners throughout Caistor, they'll leave behind droppings, gnaw through wires, pipes, woodwork and insulation, spread diseases, and contaminate foodstuffs. Sightings of rats should be reported to the local authority. Or perhaps go HERE to report sightings of rats and pests on the .gov dedicated webpage.

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You will often identify the existence of rats not actually by seeing them, but by their announcing their existence in other ways. Its possible you might detect droppings in cupboards or on the floor, you might hear scratching noises coming from a floor, loft or wall, you could spot rat holes chewed in floorboards or skirtings or you may find a rat's nest hidden away somewhere.

If you don't want to wait around for the local environmental health authority to manage this rat infestation you might decide to call a local Caistor pest controller or rat catcher who will be a specialist in the business of pest removal. Back many years ago, rat catchers used to be just that, however these days they're called pest controllers and will not only be willing to help you sort out rat problems but also eliminating moles, cockroaches, ants, wasps, mice and more. (Tags: Pest Control Caistor, Ratcatchers Caistor )

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Rat catching and pest control can be undertaken in Caistor and also nearby in: North Kesley, Laceby, Cabourne Parva, Thoresway, Great Limber, Beelsby, Holton le Moor, Moortown, Croxby, Grasby, Normanby le Wold, Nettleton, Rothwell, Cuxwold, Swallow, Clixby, and in these postcodes LN7 6RB, LN7 6JL, LN7 6BX, LN7 6QH, LN7 6PX, LN7 6UN, LN7 6JJ, LN7 6UB, LN7 6GJ, LN7 6BF. Local Caistor rat catchers will most likely have the postcode LN7 and the dialling code 01472. Checking this out should guarantee you access local pest control. Caistor householders are able to utilise these and countless other pest related services.

Types of Rat

You are only likely to encounter two breeds of rat in Caistor, Lincolnshire and anywhere in Great Britain. These are the Brown Rat and the Black Rat.

The Brown Rat

The brown rat (street rat, Norwegian Rat (Rattus Norvegicus), sewer rat or common rat) is the most frequently seen rat in the British Isles and all over Continental Europe (also North America). The brown rat (it can often be grey in colour) is commonly 4-9" long (excluding the tail) and weighs in at 140 - 500 grammes. It is almost always found wherever human beings are living. Although at one time considered to have originated in Norway (hence its name), it's now known to have initially come from China/Central Asia. Brown rats dig a lot and climb well, they have excellent hearing but poor eyesight, the female rats can produce up to 5 litters every year, they will feed on pretty much anything (they are omniverous) but favour cereals and grains.

The Black Rat (Rattus Rattus)

Originating in India the black rat, roof rat or ship rat is also not a native species of Britain or Europe. Believed to have spread when the Roman Empire still existed, this rat possibly reached Europe and Great Britain via shipments of spice. Once common in Great Britain, this rat disappeared when the brown rat took over. Weighing just 75-230g, the black rat grows to a length of five to seven inches. Well known for passing on typhus, trichinosis, rat bite fever, bubonic plague, salmonella, tularemia, toxoplasmosis, listeria and Weil's disease, black rats are notorious spreaders of disease and pathogens.

Rat Burrows

Digging is something that all rats love to do and it is next to solid objects or structures such as garages, terraces, walkways and shed bases that they especially like to dig. These are often not simple holes in the ground, but substantial systems of burrows, made to provide shelter, food storage and a nesting place. The entrances to rat burrows are often worn smooth by the constant movement, so keep your eyes open for holes with smooth sides next to solid surfaces. The entrance holes to rat burrows are normally two to four inches in diameter. It's possible to find out if rats are still about by temporarily blocking the entrance hole to ascertain if they come back and clear it.

Spotting Rats

If you've got an inkling that you may have rats in your business or property, there are various ways in which you could find out. You can keep your eyes peeled for droppings, they look just like large grains of rice and are darkish brown, search for footprints or tail trails on loose soil or in dusty areas, look out for burrows or tunnels next to solid surfaces, listen closely for scratching noises coming from attics and walls, particularly during the night, watch for rub marks where their greasy fur leaves marks on skirting boards and walls, check for gnaw marks in wood, cables and wires, especially in lofts.

Rat Sightings - Reporting

We highlighted this topic earlier, so now we'll go into it a bit more. The local authority Environmental Health Department is the place to send a report should you witness rats in your own garden, in a public place or in a neighbours garden. Occasionally councils will take care of rats cost-free, but if you have other pest infestations such as wasps, cockroaches and bed bugs they will normally charge. You can go to the Government (.gov) webpage HERE to report rat sightings. Click HERE to arrange a local rat catcher and get the matter sorted fast.

Rat Poisons

Laying poison is perhaps one of the more distasteful methods by which to eliminate rat infestations. Rats die just a few days after ingesting a poison laced bait, typically wheat. When it is set in the appropriate position in an area where rats have been seen, poison can fairly swiftly kill a large number of rats. One or more of 3 main compounds that are used in rat poison are: difenacoum, bromadioline or brodifacoum. You have to be extremely careful to keep these poisons out of reach of dogs, cats and other pets. Well known brands of rat poison available in Britain include: Roshield, Elixir Gardens, Rentokil, RatKil, Propest and Pest Expert.

Problems With Moles

Several Caistor rat catchers will also help with moles. Certainly not such detested critters, moles cause completely different issues than rats. The main issue with moles is that they will cause a fair amount of damage to your garden, particularly your lawn. The recognizable sight of piles of earth in the middle of a nicely manicured lawn are plain proof of mole activity. Trapping is undoubtedly the most humane and acceptable solution to remove moles. (Tags: Mole Catchers Caistor, Mole Trapping Caistor)

Mouse Problems Caistor

Mice can be as much of an issue as having rats, especially if they get into your house. Just like rats, mice leave droppings, breed quickly, contaminate foodstuffs, gnaw at things and are basically a nuisance. Precisely the same approaches are typically used to resolve mouse infestations in Caistor, this means poisoning and setting traps are favoured. If you have a mouse infestation, Caistor rat catchers will be ready to help you fix this problem. Head over to BARK and find a pest controller near you.

Summary

Having a rat problem in Caistor is something that most of us dread, and when this happens to you, you may have the urge to try to solve it on your own. There are plenty of products available to help you accomplish this and you can find rat traps, rat poisons and other products in shops, hardware stores and supermarkets in the Caistor area.

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An expert rat exterminator in Caistor is however the best person for the job, as ridding yourself of rats is not always as easy as you might think.

Because of the dangers to children and pets, the rookie's use of rat toxins isn't really advised, and it's not always effective in any case. You would be much better off enlisting the help of an expert when you're in need of rat control in Caistor.

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Lincolnshire Rat Control Enquiries

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Recent Lincolnshire rat control customer enquiries: Rebecca Mctaggart needed a pest control specialist to get rid of some rats in her garage in Keadby. Ronny Gaynor from Baston needed a rat catcher to tackle a rat problem in his garden shed. Elisabeth Dibble from Winterton needed a pest control specialist to tackle a rat problem in her outhouse. Koby Aitken from Ulceby needed a pest controller to get rid of some rats in his drains. Reuben Cracknell needed a pest controller to tackle a rat problem in his utility room in Gosberton, Lincolnshire. Giovanni Glass needed a pest control company to get rid of some rats in his garden in Billinghay. Sumayya Hawtin from Waddington, Lincolnshire needed a rat catcher to solve a rat problem in her bungalow. Esther Crane needed a rat catcher to deal with some rats in her cavity walls near Fleet Hargate in Lincolnshire.

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Caistor rat catchers will likely help you with rat baits, bird nest removal, pest control Caistor, rat removal Caistor, wasp nest removal, preventive pest control Caistor, rodent control Caistor, environmental pest control Caistor, wasp pest control Caistor, carpet moth pest control Caistor, powder treatments (for wasps nest), mole catching, dead animal removal Caistor, bird pest control Caistor, mouse control, pigeon pest control, rat deterrents, bird proofing services, rat extermination, pest removal, restaurant pest control Caistor, squirrel pest control, bird dropping removal, domestic rat control Caistor, dead bird removal, electronic pest control Caistor, bed bug control, anti-bird spike installation in Caistor, ants pest control, mice pest control Caistor, pest netting and other pest control in Caistor, Lincolnshire. These are just some of the duties that are performed by those specialising in pest control. Caistor specialists will inform you of their entire range of pest control services.

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Also find: Croxby pest control, Moortown pest control, Swallow pest control, Great Limber pest control, Holton le Moor pest control, North Kesley pest control, Grasby pest control, Clixby pest control, Nettleton pest control, Beelsby pest control, Cuxwold pest control, Normanby le Wold pest control, Rothwell pest control, Laceby pest control, Thoresway pest control, Cabourne Parva rat catchers and more. All these villages and towns are serviced by professional pest control. Caistor home and business owners can get estimates by going here.

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Rat Control Around Caistor: Some Caistor roads and areas where rat issues have recently been resolved - South Street, Grimsby Road, Wold View, The Meadow, Marris Way, Redhills Close, Yarborough Rise, Riby Road, Canada Lane, Cherry Holt, Roman Way, Waterhills Court, Lucius Walk, Saxon Way, High Street, Plover Square, Knapton Court, Rawlinson Avenue, Horncastle Road, Saxon Fields, Kelsway Estate, Keyworth Drive, as well as these Caistor area postcodes: LN7 6RB, LN7 6JL, LN7 6BX, LN7 6QH, LN7 6PX, LN7 6UN, LN7 6JJ, LN7 6UB, LN7 6GJ, LN7 6BF. Work was performed in these areas by experts in pest control. Caistor home and property owners received trusted and dependable pest control services.

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(This pest control Caistor page was compiled by S Locke 20-07-2022)