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Worsley Rat Catchers and Pest Experts

Worsley Rat Catchers (M28): Seeing a rat in your garden or even inside your property tends to be quite a shocking experience to go through and while its not such a regular occurrence in Worsley these days, it's definitely not unheard of. Rats tend to breed rather quickly and will likely cause issues, particularly when their numbers spiral out of control. One sighting of a lone rat might not be that much of an issue, but if you happen to be seeing them on a regular basis make sure you find a solution.

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There are actually 2 sorts of rat that you might encounter in Worsley, common (brown) rats and black rats. Its rather unlikely that you will ever come across a black rat, and if you have spotted a rat recently it's likely to have been one of the more common brown rats (Rattus Norvegicus). Black rats (also known as ship rats) were at one time common and were responsible for the Great Plague during the 17th Century, they're quite scarce now, however where they are found they have an acute sense of hearing, are amazing climbers, and the females can give birth to between 20 and 100 baby rats each year.

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The longest and heaviest of the 2 rats is the common brown rat at around 9 inches, whilst the black rat (Rattus Rattus) only grows to between 5 and 7 inches. Brown rats may cause damage because they have to continuously gnaw at things to prevent their teeth from growing too long. Their gnawing is usually targeting objects that's made of wood.

An infestation of rats will cause lots of different problems for business owners and householders in Worsley, they will spread diseases, leave droppings, gnaw through woodwork, wires, insulation and pipes, and build nests. Householders must always report rat sightings to the local authority. Or even head HERE to report incidences of rats and pests on the .gov website online.

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You don't necessarily have to see rats to confirm that they're there, since there are numerous signs that can betray their activity. Its possible you could hear scratching noises coming from a floor, loft or wall, you could notice droppings in cupboards or on floors, you could encounter distinctive rat holes gnawed in skirtings or floorboards or you may uncover a rat's nest hidden away.

If you want to have this situation resolved properly you should speak to a professional. You could either speak to your local council or get hold of a specialist Worsley pest controller or rat catcher for yourself. There are no longer so many folks these days who just specialise in issues with rats, so you can also bring them in if you have a problem with a wasp nest in your walls or even moles digging up your lawn. (Tags: Pest Control Worsley, Rat Catchers Worsley )

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Pest control and rat catching can be done in Worsley and also nearby in: Peel Green, Stoneclough, Little Hulton, Mosley Common, Astley, Walkden, Tyldesley, Linnyshaw, Pendlebury, Hill Top, Boothstown, Hulton, Wardley, Kearsley, Roe Green, Greenheys, as well as in these postcodes M27 9XB, M27 9PA, M28 1HT, M27 9XA, M28 1GJ, M28 1ED, M27 9PW, M28 1EB, M28 1DT, M27 9UX. Local Worsley pest controllers will most likely have the postcode M28 and the dialling code 0161. Checking this should confirm you access locally based pest control. Worsley householders can benefit from these and countless other pest related services.

Rat Bite Wounds

While rat bites aren't that common in the United Kingdom, they do occur every once in a while and they can be serious in some situations. Rats can bite humans if they feel scared or cornered, therefore in confined spaces it's wise to stay well out of their way, and leave them an easy exit route.

Rat bites sometimes occur in houses where rats are being kept as pets, and poking your hand inside a rat's cage is certainly a manoeuvre to be avoided. While they're not always serious, rat bites can become infected or be fatal if they develop into "rat bite fever" (caused by Streptobacillus moniliformis), so they must be avoided where possible. "Rat bite fever" can cause death in 10% of cases, if it is left untreated.

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

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

If you are unlucky enough to be bitten by a rat, wash the wound, apply some antibiotic ointment, and bandage the affected area. You should head to your nearest A&E and get it looked at, even if you don't think that it is too serious, or at the very least book an appointment with your doctor or GP. It's also wise to get a tetanus jab, especially if you have not received one of these in the last 5 years or so.

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The simplest way to stop problems with mice and rats is not to attract them from the start. Subsequently, deterring mice and rats has to be a thing to think about even though you do not presently have rat problems. One of the major reasons behind rat and rodent infestations is domestic household waste littering gardens. You'll just attract rats if you supply them with both the materials and location to build nests. When there's also an abundance of food available these rats think they're in paradise, so be warned that traditional bird feeders attract rats, especially when they're liable to spilling over, and household food waste shouldn't be left lying around.

Mole Problems

Some Worsley rat catchers may also help with moles (the furry kind!). Moles cause issues in different ways to rats and aren't detested quite so much. It's out in the garden where you may have troubles with moles, and lawns specifically are susceptible. Proof of their destructive activity can plainly be seen in the form of scattered mounds of earth on nicely mowed lawns. The favoured and most humane technique to stop moles is by using traps. (Tags: Mole Trapping Worsley, Mole Catchers Worsley)

Rat Sightings - Reporting

We discussed this subject earlier, so now we will go into a little more detail. If you witness rats in a public place, in your own garden or in a neighbours garden it's a good idea to inform the local authority Environmental Health Department. Certain councils will deal with rats at no cost, but when you have other pest infestations for instance bed bugs, wasps and cockroaches they'll generally charge you. It's also a possibility to report sightings of rats using the .gov website which you will find HERE. You are obviously able to organize your local rat catcher to come and deal with the issue by going HERE.

Types of Rat

There are only two sorts of rat that you're likely to run into in Worsley or in fact anywhere else in the UK. The Black Rat and the Brown Rat.

The Brown Rat

The most prevalent species of rat found in the UK, and in fact the remainder of Europe, is the brown rat (Norwegian Rat (Rattus Norvegicus), street rat, sewer rat or common rat). The colouring of this rodent of the family Muridae ranges between brown and grey, it grows to around 4-9" (and a similar length tail) with a weight of between 140 and 500g. Though once believed to have originated in Norway, this rat is now known to have come from China/Central Asia. Brown rats are omniverous (eat anything) though their favourite foods are cereal grains, they have good hearing but poor eyesight, the females reach sexual maturity in about 5 weeks and may have 5 litters each year (with up to 14 young in each litter), they burrow a lot and climb effectively.

The Black Rat

Originating in Southeast Asia (most likely India) the black rat, roof rat or ship rat is also not a native of the UK or Europe. It is thought to have spread throughout Europe during the time of the Roman Empire, most likely traveling in shipments of spices. At one time prevalent in the United Kingdom, the black rat essentially disappeared when the brown rat became dominant. Weighing only 75-230g, the black rat reaches a length of 5" to 7". Well known for passing on salmonella, typhus, bubonic plague, Weil's disease, listeria, rat bite fever, toxoplasmosis, trichinosis and tularemia, black rats are notorious spreaders of disease and pathogens.

What Attracts Rats and Mice?

Despite their seemingly cute appearance, with their twitchy whiskers, pointy faces and furry bodies, mice and rats can be dangerous and are definitely not creatures that you want to be living in your house or garden in Worsley. Rats and mice can sometimes cause fires and other problems around the home by nibbling through electrical wires, plastic, plasterboard and floorboards. Spreading conditions like salmonella, typhus, bubonic plague, Weil's disease, listeria, rat bite fever, toxoplasmosis, trichinosis and tularemia, rats and mice can cause over thirty different sorts of disease. Among the different things that will certainly attract mice and rats to your garden or home are:

  • WATER - Rats and mice have to drink like any other creature, so water sources such as pet bowls, birdbaths, leaking pipes and dripping sprinkler systems are a big attraction for these unwanted pests.
  • ENTRY POINTS AND HOLES - Mice and rats can squeeze through the tiniest of holes and cracks, so watch out for gaps around crawl spaces, piping, doors and grills.
  • CLUTTER - General jumble and clutter in loft, gardenshed or basement will be especially attractive to rodents, particularly if there is a food source close by.
  • TRASH/RUBBISH - An accumulation of junk and garden waste heaped up on your property (especially in the garden) will clearly attract rats and mice.
  • FOOD - Food left lying around or discarded is one of the principal attractions for rats and mice.
  • PET WASTE/COMPOST - Incredibly piles of compost and even pet waste can be attractive to rats and mice - there are likely to be a few tasty titbits hiding in there!

Coming Soon: Diseases spread by rats.

Summary

Householders with a rat problem in Worsley are sometimes tempted to have a shot at solving it for themselves. Therefore, if you find yourself in this situation, what ought you to do? There are lots of products that are currently available to help you to accomplish this and you'll purchase rat traps, rat poisons and other similar products in hardware stores, shops and supermarkets in and around Worsley.

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Retaining the services of a competent Worsley rat exterminator would however be a better option, unless you know exactly what you're up to, as the correct solution isn't always the obvious one.

The newcomer's use of rat poisons will likely cause more problems than it solves, since you need to be incredibly cautious with them especially when children and pets are about. If in doubt, get in touch with the professionals for your rat control needs in Worsley. (Tags: Rat Removal Worsley, Rat Control Worsley, Rat Exterminators Worsley)

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The latest Greater Manchester rat control enquiries: Zachary Galloway needed a pest control company to deal with some rats in his utility room near to South Turton. Fionn Langton in Dobcross, Greater Manchester needed a pest control company to get rid of some rats in his garden shed. Patrik Sumner from Mellor, Greater Manchester needed a pest controller to get rid of some rats in his loft. Syeda Thompson from South Turton was searching for a rat exterminator in the South Turton, Greater Manchester area. Caoimhe Donnelly in Kearsley needed a rat catcher to tackle a rat problem in her outhouse. Arnie Everett needed a pest control company to get rid of some rats in his attic just outside Prestwich. Nova David from Lowton needed a pest control specialist to tackle a rat problem in her cottage. Barney Hogg was trying to find someone who can catch rats in Elton, Greater Manchester.

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