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Greasley Rat Catchers (NG16): Whilst it isn't that commonplace at present, discovering rats in your house or garden in Greasley is not a pleasant experience to go through. A single rat sighting should not be that much of an issue, but, if you observe the presence of rats more often or see multiple rats you may be in for trouble because they tend to reproduce so rapidly.

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There are actually 2 species of rat that you may run into in Greasley, black rats and brown (common) rats. Its quite unlikely that you will ever come across a black rat, and if you've encountered a rat recently its likely to have been the more widespread brown rat (Rattus Norvegicus). Black rats (or ship rats) were at one time common and were the cause of the Great Plague during the 17th Century, they're relatively scarce nowadays, but when they are seen they have good hearing, are excellent climbers, and the females can give birth to between 20 and 100 baby rats in a single year.

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The black rat (Rattus Rattus) at 5-7" long, isn't as big as the brown, which attains lengths of almost 9 inches and weighs about half a kilogram. To prevent their incisor teeth from getting too long, brown rats have to keep gnawing at stuff, which is the reason they are the cause of such a lot of damage and destruction. They particularly prefer to gnaw at wood.

Rats leave droppings, gnaw their way through wires, insulation, woodwork and pipes, transmit diseases, and are typically problematic in businesses and households throughout Greasley. The local council ought to be notified whenever rats are observed. Additionally you can report a rat problem on the .gov website HERE.

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You'll oftentimes notice the presence of rats not by in fact observing them, but by their indicating their existence in other ways. Perhaps you could stumble upon a rat's nest hidden away, you might discover droppings on floor surfaces or in cupboards, you might hear noises coming from a floor, wall or loft or you may observe rat holes gnawed in skirtings or floorboards.

If you don't want to wait around for the local council to solve this rat infestation you can also get in touch with local Greasley rat catcher or pest controller who'll be experienced in the business of pest removal. Nowadays rat catchers normally fall into the category of pest management, and pest control experts do not only control rats but also cockroaches, mice, moles, wasps, bedbugs, fleas and many other kinds of household and garden pests.

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Rat catching and pest control can be done in Greasley and also nearby in: Denby, Westwood, Codnor, Hucknall, Linby, Giltbrook, Newthorpe, Ilkeston, Eastwood, Shipley, Kimberley, Watnall, Loscoe, Nuthall, Swingate, Bulwell, Bestwood Village, Papplewick, Brinsley, together with these postcodes NG16 2FZ, NG16 2BQ, NG16 2LG, NG16 2AL, NG16 2GY, NG16 2NL, NG16 2DT, NG16 2HP, NG16 2AB, NG16 2FS. Local Greasley pest controllers will likely have the postcode NG16 and the telephone code 0115 and 01773. Verifying this will ensure you're accessing locally based pest control. Greasley householders will be able to utilise these and many other similar services.

Rat Poison

A more distasteful way to get rid of rats is by using poison. This is generally done by leaving a poison laced bait, which is subsequently swallowed by the rat causing its death within a few days. A large infestation of rats can be killed by this technique so long as the poisoned bait is placed correctly. Commonly difenacoum, bromadioline or brodifacoum are the poisons used. Pets and birds could also be harmed by ingesting such rat poisons, so be careful. Brands of rat poison available in the United Kingdom include: Pest Expert, Elixir Gardens, Rentokil, Propest, RatKil and Roshield.

Rat Bites

Whilst not all that common in Great Britain, rat bites do occur on the odd occasion, and in certain situations they can have serious consequences. When cornered or stressed, rats can bite humans, thus if you come across one in a confined space, it's wise to leave it a clear exit route so that it can easily escape.

Rat bites sometimes occur in properties where rats are being kept as pets, and sticking your hand in a rat's cage is definitely a manoeuvre to be wary of. Even though rat bites aren't dangerous in all instances, they must be avoided if possible, and can become infected or be life threatening if they develop into "rat bite fever". "Rat bite fever", if it's left untreated, has a 10% mortality rate.

Symptoms of Rat Bite Fever (RBF) - Among the signs and symptoms of "rat bite fever" are:

  • Fever
  • A Rash
  • Joint Pain or Swelling
  • Muscle Pain
  • Vomiting
  • Headaches
  • Swelling or Redness

If are bitten by a rat you should immediately wash the affected area with warm water, apply an antibiotic ointment, and cover it with a clean gauze or bandage. You must make an appointment to see your GP, or go to the nearest A&E department, even if it doesn't appear to be that serious. Having a tetanus vaccination is also wise, especially if it's more than five years since you've had one.

Burrowing

Digging and burrowing is one thing that rats really love to do and it is next to and under solid structures and objects such as garden sheds, walkways, garages and patios that they mainly prefer to dig. Useful for food storage, shelter and nesting places, rat burrows are excavated into extensive networks that can even cause damage to buildings if something isn't done. Keep an eye out for holes with smooth sides, which may have been polished by the endless ins and outs of these busy creatures. When you discover holes but are not sure if they're rats, they'll usually be two to four inches across. You can find out if rats are in situ by partially filling up the entrance to see if they come back and clear it.

Signs of Rat Infestations

If you have suspicions you could have rats in your property or business, there are several means by which you'll be able to tell. You should listen out for constant scratching noises coming from walls and roofs, especially at nighttime, keep your eyes open for droppings, they're darkish brown and look like large grains of rice, watch out for rub marks on skirting boards and walls where greasy fur has left marks, check for gnawing in wood, cables and wires, particularly in lofts, hunt for tail trails or footprints on loose soil or in dusty areas, look out for burrows or holes next to solid objects.

Kinds of Rat

There are only two types of rat which it's possible to encounter in Greasley or in fact anywhere else in the United Kingdom. The Brown Rat (Rattus Norvegicus) and the Black Rat (Rattus Rattus).

The Brown Rat (Rattus Norvegicus)

The brown rat (street rat, Norwegian Rat (Rattus Norvegicus), common rat or sewer rat) is the most commonly seen rat in Great Britain and across Continental Europe (also North America). The brown rat (it can often be grey) is ordinarily 4-9" in length (not including the tail) and weighs in at 140-500g. It almost always lives wherever human beings are living. Though once considered to have originated from Norway (hence its name), the brown rat is now understood to have come from China. Brown rats dig a lot and climb well, they have bad eyesight but an acute sense of hearing, the female rats can give birth to five litters per year, they'll feed on just about any foodstuffs (omnivores) but have a preference for cereal grains.

The Black Rat (Ship Rat)

Also not a native species of the UK, the black rat, roof rat or ship rat (Rattus Rattus) first arrived in Europe from India and Southeast Asia. Very likely traveling in shipments of spices for the Roman Empire, the black rat eventually spread through Europe. Very scarce nowadays in the British Isles, the black rat was largely ousted by the larger brown (common) rat. Weighing just 75-230 grammes, the black rat attains a length of 5-7 inches. Notorious for spreading pathogens and diseases black rats have been responsible for typhus, tularemia, Weil's disease, trichinosis, listeria, salmonella, rat bite fever, bubonic plague and toxoplasmosis.

To Summarise

Property owners with rat problems in Greasley are occasionally tempted to have a shot at resolving it for themselves. So, if you find yourself in this situation, what should you do? By looking around shops, hardware stores and supermarkets in the Greasley area, it is easy to purchase rat poisons, rat traps and other solutions.

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Calling in a specialist Greasley rat exterminator would however be preferable, unless you know exactly what you're doing, given that the correct strategy isn't always the obvious one.

The rookie's use of rat poison is likely to do more harm than good, as you must be exceptionally cautious with them if children and pets are running around. If uncertain, speak to the professionals for rat control needs in Greasley. (Tags: Rat Exterminator Greasley, Rat Control Greasley, Rat Removal Greasley)

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Rat Control Around Greasley: People who live in the following roads and areas have just recently requested rat and pest control services - Reid Gardens, Omer Court, Rolleston Crescent, Victoria Gardens, Beryldene Avenue, Brackenfield Drive, Alandene Avenue, Bradwell Close, Rowan Crescent, Lamb Close Drive, Pheonix Road, Johnson Close, Rocket Close, Brunel Avenue, Tilstock Court, Primrose Rise, Shelley Close, Clover Rise, Main Street, Bacon Close, Coombe Road, Nether Close, Brassington Close, Gin Close Way, Fryar Road, Giltway, Engine Lane, Baldwin Street, as well as the following local Greasley postcodes: NG16 2FZ, NG16 2BQ, NG16 2LG, NG16 2AL, NG16 2GY, NG16 2NL, NG16 2DT, NG16 2HP, NG16 2AB, NG16 2FS. Work was done in these locations by experts in pest control. Greasley property owners enjoyed the benefits of high quality and competent pest control services on each occasion.

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(This pest control Greasley article was created by S Locke 06-06-2022)