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Rosyth Rat Catchers and Pest Experts

Rosyth Rat Catchers (KY11): Although it isn't really a frequent occurrence nowadays in Rosyth, home owners do have troubles with rats on occasion. Seeing rats in your property or garden is not a nice experience, and could be sufficient to cause some homeowners nightmares. Lone rats should not create that much of an issue, although rats reproduce quickly and can cause problems as they grow in numbers.

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While neither of the two rat types presently seen in the United Kingdom are native to these islands, they've clearly become firmly established. The brown rat is particularly common while the ship (black) rat isn't so much so these days. Both of these types came from Asia and made their way to the UK aboard ships.

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The largest and heaviest of the 2 rats is the common brown at approximately 9 inches, while the black rat only grows to between 5 and 7 inches. Brown rats cause problems as they've got to continuously chew on stuff to stop their teeth from growing too much. Items made of timber are particularly prone to their attention.

Rats can cause various issues in homes and business premises throughout Rosyth and they leave droppings, transmit disease, gnaw their way through insulation, pipes, wires and woodwork, and generally cause a nuisance. Homeowners should always report sightings of rats to the relevant local authorities. Additionally you can report rat and pest problems on the .gov website online HERE.

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You'll often discover the existence of rats not in fact by physically observing them, but by their announcing their presence by other means. It's possible you might hear scratching noises coming from a wall, loft or floor, you may notice droppings in cupboards or on floor surfaces, you could come across holes chewed in floorboards or skirting boards or you could stumble upon a rat's nest in some out of sight location.

If you are going to have this situation dealt with effectively you ought to call in an expert. You could inform the local council or get hold of an expert Rosyth rat catcher or pest controller yourself. In the past, rat catchers used to be precisely that, however nowadays they are normally called pest controllers and won't solely be willing to help you tackle rat problems but also solving problems with cockroaches, wasps, moles, ants, mice and more. (Tags: Pest Control Rosyth, Ratcatchers Rosyth )

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Pest control and rat catching can be carried out in Rosyth and also in: Halbeath, Pattiesmuir, Dunfermline, Torryburn, Inverkeithing, Aberdour, Hillend, Dalgety Bay, Limekilns, Cairneyhill, Crombie, Burntisland, Crossford, Pettycur, Kinghorn, Crossgates, as well as in these postcodes KY11 2LU, KY11 2JF, KY11 2AE, KY11 2JJ, KY11 2LT, KY11 2LZ, KY11 2RT, KY11 2DL, KY11 2PQ, KY11 2DG. Locally based Rosyth pest controllers will probably have the postcode KY11 and the dialling code Dialling code 01383. Checking this will make certain that you are accessing local pest control. Rosyth householders can benefit from these and numerous other similar services.

Burrowing

Digging and burrowing is something that all rats like to do and it is next to and under solid objects or structures like terraces, garage foundations, shed bases and paths where they particularly prefer to dig. These are often not simple holes, but rather extensive networks of burrows, created to provide nesting places, shelter and food storage. A sure sign of a rat burrow is a hole with smooth sides close to a solid structure, where the ins and outs of furry bodies have polished and rubbed the entrance. The entrances to rat burrows are commonly 2-4 inches across. You should check if rats are still there by temporarily filling up the entrance hole to find out whether they return and clear it away.

Rat Bites

While not all that commonplace in the UK, bites from rats do occur every once in a while, and in certain instances they can be dangerous. Without doubt, rats can bite humans when they feel cornered or pressured, so in confined spaces it is advisable to stay well out of their way, and leave them a clear exit route.

You'd think that folks would be cautious about pushing their hand inside a rat's cage, however as rats are frequently kept as pets, this is an increasing cause of rat bites. Rat bites are not necessarily dangerous, but must be avoided if possible, and they can turn nasty or even life threatening if they turn into "rat bite fever". If it is not treated appropriately "rat bite fever" (RBF) has a 10% mortality rate.

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

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

If you are ever bitten by a rat you should wash the affected area immediately, apply an antibiotic cream, and cover it with a clean bandage or plaster. You should head to your nearest A&E unit and get it looked at, even if you don't think that it is too bad, or at the very least make an appointment to see your GP or doctor. If you haven't received a tetanus jab in the last 5 years, you should also ask for of these.

Rats - Telltale Signs

When you've got an idea you might have rats in your property or business, there are a number of means by which it's possible to find out. You could look out for holes or burrows next to solid objects, listen for scratching noises coming from attics and walls, especially during the night, keep your eyes open for droppings (faeces), they're darkish brown and look much like large grains of rice, watch for rub marks where their greasy fur leaves marks on walls and skirting boards, hunt for signs of tail trails or footprints in dusty areas, pay attention to gnawing in wood, cables and wires, particularly in lofts.

Species of Rat

In Rosyth or anywhere in the United Kingdom, there's just two species of rat that you are ever likely to run into. These are the Black Rat and the Brown Rat.

The Brown Rat (Rattus Norvegicus)

The brown rat (street rat, common rat, sewer rat or Norwegian Rat (Rattus Norvegicus)) is the most commonly found rat in the British Isles and throughout Continental Europe (also North America). The brown rat (it can often be grey in colour) is typically 4" to 9" long (without the tail) and weighs about 140 to 500 grams. It is invariably found wherever people are living. This rodent was named Rattus Norvegicus (Norway Rat) since it was assumed to have spread to Great Britain by boat from Norway. The brown rat is now considered to have originated from Central Asia/China. Brown rats have bad eyesight but excellent hearing, they dig a lot and climb effectively, they are omnivores but favour cereals and grains, the female rats can produce 5 litters of as many as 14 per year.

The Black Rat

The black rat, (Rattus Rattus), ship rat or roof rat is also not a native of the UK, originating in India and Southeast Asia. Very likely traveling in shipments of spices in the times of the Romans, the black rat then spread throughout Continental Europe. Quite uncommon nowadays in Great Britain, this rat was pretty much ousted by the larger brown (common) rat. Growing to lengths of five to seven inches, the black rat weighs only 75-230g. Black rats have a reputation for spreading many diseases, particularly tularemia, rat bite fever, bubonic plague, toxoplasmosis, salmonella, typhus, trichinosis, Weil's disease and listeria.

Rat Prevention Rosyth

An effective way to avoid issues with rats and mice is to discourage them to begin with. So, rat prevention will be a thing to consider even when you do not have a rat problem presently. Domestic trash cluttering up your garden is one of the main reasons behind rat and rodent infestations. Supplying both the materials and place for a nest will achieve little but encourage them. If there's also plenty of food available those rats will be in heaven, so be wary that bird seed feeders attract rats, especially when they are prone to spilling over, and domestic food waste should not be left lying around.

In Conclusion

Having a problem with rats in Rosyth is something that most of us dread, and when this happens to you, the temptation might be to try to solve it yourself. Rat traps, rat poisons and other similar merchandise is available in hardware stores, supermarkets and shops in and around Rosyth, so the things you need can be easily bought.

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Hiring an experienced Rosyth rat exterminator would however be preferable, unless you know exactly what you're up to, seeing as the right solution isn't always the obvious one.

The rookie's use of rat poison is likely to do more harm than good, seeing that you need to be exceptionally vigilant with them especially if children and pets are about. You'd be much better off enlisting the assistance of a specialist when you want rat control in Rosyth. (Tags: Rat Exterminator Rosyth, Rat Control Rosyth, Rat Removal Rosyth)

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Rat Control Around Rosyth: Some Rosyth streets and areas where rat issues have recently been solved - Selvage Place, Watt Road, Forker Avenue, Lowry Place, Wood Road, Burney Place, Torridon Drive, Train Terrace, Mitchell Walk, Backmarch Crescent, Heath Road, James Miller Road, Tyrwhitt Place, Admiralty Road, Inova Way, Castlandhill Road, Middlebank Street, Backmarch Road, Webster Place, Parkside Square, Forbes Road, Hudson Road, Caledonia Heights, Cromarty Campus, Forties Commercial Campus, Jutland Street, as well as these local Rosyth postcodes: KY11 2LU, KY11 2JF, KY11 2AE, KY11 2JJ, KY11 2LT, KY11 2LZ, KY11 2RT, KY11 2DL, KY11 2PQ, KY11 2DG. These places recently saw activity by specialists in pest control. Rosyth homeowners were given competent and top notch pest control services in all cases.

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