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Kingsbury Rat Catchers (B78): Even though it's not that commonplace in these modern times, observing rats in your house or garden in Kingsbury isn't a great experience to go through. One rat sighting should not be too much of a concern, nonetheless, if you spot the presence of rats more often or notice multiple rats you could soon be in trouble since they tend to reproduce so rapidly.

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If you do discover rats in Kingsbury, the probability is that they're going to be brown rats (Rattus Norvegicus), although there are in fact 2 breeds of rat at present living in Great Britain; black (or ship) rats and brown (or common) rats. As you might be aware ship rats were responsible for the Great Plague (17th C) during which period they were quite widespread. Black rats are relatively scarce nowadays but in fact neither breed is native to Great Britain, both of them hailing from from Asia.

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The brown rat is usually larger than the black rat (Rattus Rattus) and weigh nearly 500g, with a length of roughly 9 inches. Brown rats can cause damage because they must continually gnaw at things to stop their teeth from growing too much. Timber is especially more prone to their gnawing.

Rat infestations lead to lots of different problems for home owners and businesses in Kingsbury, they'll gnaw through pipes, wires, woodwork and insulation, transmit diseases, leave behind droppings, and contaminate foodstuffs. The local authorities should be notified when there are any frequent incidences of rats. Or alternatively head HERE to report sightings of rats and pests on the .gov web page.

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You won't necessarily have to witness rats to confirm that they are there, since there are a few revealing signs which will betray their activity. It could be that you may hear scratching noises coming from a wall, loft or floor, you could stumble upon a rat's nest hidden away, you could come across distinctive rat holes gnawed in floorboards or skirting boards or you may notice droppings on floor surfaces or in cupboards.

If you don't wish to wait for the local council to manage this rat infestation it's also possible to speak to a local Kingsbury rat catcher or pest controller who will be competent in the area of pest removal. There are no longer a lot of folks nowadays who just specialise in rat problems, you're also able to contact them if you've got a problem with moles in your lawn or even a wasp nest in your loft space.

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Pest control and rat catching can be done in Kingsbury and also in nearby places like: Bodymoor Heath, Piccadilly, Minworth, Wishaw, Shustoke, Hockley, Water Orton, Hurley, Curdworth, Middleton, Wood End, Baddesley Ensor, Wilnecote, Dosthill, Whitacre Heath, Nether Whitacre, and in these postcodes B78 2JD, B78 2LH, B78 2NB, B78 2DN, B78 2HS, B78 2LF, B78 2NW, B78 2LU, B78 2JY, B78 2LA. Local Kingsbury rat catchers will most likely have the postcode B78 and the telephone dialling code 01827. Checking this will ensure that you're accessing local pest control. Kingsbury householders are able to benefit from these and many other related services.

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Whether you are planning to handle the rat problem yourself or whether you're bringing in the professionals, one of the ways to deal with rats is with rat traps. These days there are various different sorts of rat trap on the market, giving you a selection of capture alternatives. Folks who are loathe to see animals of any sort harmed, will definitely lean towards the capture style of trap. The available rat trap styles include: spring loaded bait traps, cage traps, electronic rat traps and enclosed poison traps.

Species of Rat

In Kingsbury, Warwickshire and throughout the United Kingdom, there are only two species of rat which you are ever likely to come across. The Black Rat and the Brown Rat.

The Brown Rat

The most prevalent rat seen in Great Britain, and also in Europe, is the brown rat (street rat, common rat, sewer rat or Norwegian Rat (Rattus Norvegicus)). This brown or grey coloured rodent grows to lengths of 4" to 9" (plus tail) and weighs in at 140 to 500 grams. This rodent was named Rattus Norvegicus (Norway Rat) as it was assumed to have spread to Great Britain by ships from Norway. It is now considered to have originated in Central Asia/China. Brown rats are omnivores (eat practically anything) though they favour grains and cereals, they've got an acute sense of hearing but poor eyesight, the female rats attain sexual maturity in about 5 weeks and can have 5 litters per year (with up to 14 kittens in each litter), they dig burrows and climb well.

The Black Rat (Ship Rat)

Also not a native species of the UK, the black rat, roof rat or ship rat (Rattus Rattus) originally arrived in Europe from Southeast Asia (quite likely India). Understood to have spread at the time of the Roman Empire, this rat very likely reached Continental Europe and the United Kingdom hidden in shipments of spice. Quite uncommon now in the UK, this rat was for the most part replaced by the larger brown (common) rat. This rat attains a length of 5-7 inches and weighs around 75-230g. Known to pass on bubonic plague, trichinosis, typhus, listeria, toxoplasmosis, Weil's disease, rat bite fever, tularemia and salmonella, black rats are notorious spreaders of disease and pathogens.

Rat Bites

Although they're not among the most common injuries sustained by humans in the British Isles, periodically bites from rats certainly do happen, and the implications can sometimes be dangerous. If you stumble upon a rat in a confined environment, it could bite you if it feels pressured or cornered, so leave a clear exit route and try to avoid it.

You would think that people would be wary of placing their hand inside a rat's cage, however as rats are frequently kept as pets (really?), this is an increasing cause of rat bites. Although rat bites are not serious in all cases, they can turn nasty or even fatal if they develop into "rat bite fever" (caused by Streptobacillus moniliformis). "Rat bite fever" (RBF), if left without treatment, can lead to death, and has has a 10% mortality rate.

Symptoms of Rat Bite Fever (RBF) - The signs and symptoms of "rat bite fever" can include:

  • Rashes
  • Joint Pain
  • Swelling or Redness
  • Vomiting
  • Muscle Pain
  • Headaches
  • Fever

If you are unfortunate enough to be bitten by a rat, carefully wash the wound, apply some antibiotic cream, and cover the affected area with a bandage. Even if it does not seem to be that major, you ought to make an appointment to see your GP or head straight to the closest A&E. Getting a tetanus vaccine is also wise, especially if it is more than five years since your last one.

What Attracts Mice and Rats?

While some people in Kingsbury may think that they are rather cute with their pointy faces, twitchy whiskers and fur covered bodies, mice and rats aren't animals that you want in your house or garden, and can actually be dangerous. Mice and rats can cause damage to your property by gnawing through electrical wires, skirting boards, plasterboard and plastic, and are sometimes the cause of fires and other issues. Spreading conditions like bubonic plague, trichinosis, typhus, listeria, toxoplasmosis, Weil's disease, rat bite fever, tularemia and salmonella, rats and mice can cause over 30 sorts of disease. So, listed below are just a few of the things that are going to attract mice and rats to your home or garden:

  • FOOD - Food that's left lying around or discarded is one of the principal attractions for mice and rats.
  • HOLES AND ENTRY POINTS - Mice and rats can crawl through the smallest of holes, so be on the lookout for spaces around doorways, roof vents, crawl spaces and pipework.
  • WATER - Busy little mice and rats need to drink, which means that sources of water such as pet bowls, birdbaths, seeping sprinkler systems and leaking pipes are a big enticement for these pests.
  • TRASH - An accumulation of garbage and garden waste stacked up on your property (especially in the garden) will attract rats and mice.
  • COMPOST/PET WASTE - Surprisingly pet waste and even piles of compost can be attractive to rats and mice - there are likely to be some tasty morsels hidden in there!
  • CLUTTER - General jumble and clutter in a shed, cellar or loft will be especially attractive to mice and rats, especially if there is a food source close by.

Burrowing

One thing that rats love to do is dig and burrow, and their favourite place to do it is next to and under solid objects or structures such as walkways, garden sheds, garages and patios. They create extensive systems of burrows that provide shelter, food storage and a nesting place. The access points to burrows are often worn smooth by continual coming and going, so watch out for holes with smooth sides close to solid structures. The burrow entrances are typically two to four inches in diameter. You can find out if rats are in situ by temporarily filling up the burrow entrance to find out if they come back and clear it away.

Coming Soon: Diseases spread by rats.

In Conclusion

Householders with rat problems in Kingsbury are often tempted to have a bash at resolving it for themselves. Therefore, if you find yourself in this situation, what should you do? By looking around hardware stores, supermarkets and shops in and around Kingsbury, it is not too difficult to buy rat poisons, rat traps and similar solutions.

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Nevertheless, unless you are aware of what you're at, it's probably far better to engage a professional rat exterminator, who'll have handled this issue hundreds of times before, and will know automatically what the preferred solution is.

Because of the dangers to pets and children, the rookie's use of rat poison isn't really encouraged, and it isn't always effective in any case. If uncertain, speak to the professionals for your rat control needs in Kingsbury.

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Kingsbury rat catchers will likely help you with mouse control, the removal of contaminated loft insulation, mole catching, professional control of pests Kingsbury, powder treatments (for wasps nest), rat extermination, mice pest control Kingsbury, domestic rat control in Kingsbury, wasp pest control Kingsbury, emergency 24 hour pest control in Kingsbury, dead bird removal, commercial pest control Kingsbury, cockroach control, anti-bird spike installation, ultrasonic pest control Kingsbury, household pest control Kingsbury, garden pest control Kingsbury, pest netting Kingsbury, bird nest removal, bed bugs pest control, pigeon pest control, dead animal removal, wasp nest removal, ingress pest solutions, the installation of moth trapping pheromone stations, commercial rat control Kingsbury, pest removal services Kingsbury, bed bug heat treatments, rat catching, pest control Kingsbury and other pest control in Kingsbury, Warwickshire. These are just a few of the tasks that are accomplished by those specialising in pest control. Kingsbury specialists will be happy to tell you about their full range of pest control services.

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The latest Warwickshire rat control customer enquiries: Kiana Hall in Wolvey needed a rat catcher to resolve a rat problem in her roof space. Dion Rixon needed a pest control specialist to deal with some rats in his utility room near to Brinklow. Vivienne Ring in Hatton, Warwickshire was searching for a rat exterminator in the Hatton area. Chanel Delaney needed a rat catcher to solve a rat problem in her home just outside Dunchurch, Warwickshire. Isobel Hawtin in Baddesley Ensor asked "are there any good rat catchers near me?". Joe Arnold needed a pest control specialist to get rid of some rats in his garden in Dordon. Lexie Symonds needed a pest control specialist to solve a rat problem in her garage in Bidford on Avon. Mariana Johnson needed a pest controller to resolve a rat problem in her cavity walls near to Snitterfield.

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Also find: Dosthill pest control, Middleton pest control, Hurley pest control, Whitacre Heath pest control, Bodymoor Heath pest control, Shustoke pest control, Baddesley Ensor pest control, Nether Whitacre pest control, Wishaw pest control, Wilnecote pest control, Wood End pest control, Piccadilly pest control, Hockley pest control, Minworth pest control, Water Orton pest control, Curdworth rat catchers and more. All of these villages and towns are covered by professional pest control. Kingsbury homeowners can get estimates by clicking here.

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Rat Control Around Kingsbury: Rat issues have recently been resolved in these Kingsbury areas and streets - Berwood Park, Blenheim Way, Brabazon Grove, Long Close Walk, Spruce Grove, Tangmere Drive, Javelin Avenue, Rhoose Croft, Newcastle Croft, Ellerby Grove, Windfall Court, Birchtrees, Little Pitts Close, Cranwell Grove, Smeed Grove, Baginton Road, Wattisham Square, Kingsbury Road, Edgemond Avenue, Edinburgh Court, Summerlee Road, Burcote Road, Cadbury Drive, Ashford Close, Dyce Close, St Cuthberts Place, Saltney Close, as well as these Kingsbury area postcodes: B78 2JD, B78 2LH, B78 2NB, B78 2DN, B78 2HS, B78 2LF, B78 2NW, B78 2LU, B78 2JY, B78 2LA. These areas recently saw activity by experts in pest control. Kingsbury home and business owners received professional and dependable pest control services on each occasion.

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