Rodent
Control

Enviropest Control Services offer rodent control for residential and commercial properties throughout the West Midlands.

Rodent Control Throughout the West Midlands and Birmingham

One of our most frequently-used services here at Enviropest Control Services is rodent control. Rodents include a wide range of species, with rats, squirrels, and mice three of the main perpetrators.

The problem with rodents

Rodents can cause damage by gnawing and scratching at your property, and can also spread disease and cause contamination. They carry fleas, and can cause injury to anyone handling them.

Rodents are excellent at finding their way into any warm-ish location with food and water, so it’s important that any work done is long-lasting and preventative. It is, therefore, advisable to contact a team of specialists to help remove them from your property. Don’t leave the problem to continue to develop, it’s important to address it at the earliest possible stage. The longer the issue is ignored, the more chance of more serious ramifications to you, your health, and your property.

Why you should contact Enviropest

As we’ve mentioned, rodents are capable of causing us some harm. Their teeth and claws are sharp and, considering they also often carry diseases, it is best to avoid handling them if at all possible.

If you do have a rodent problem in your property, then we would strongly advise you to get in touch with us. We’d suggest that you do not attempt to handle the animals yourself. Our team is comprised of highly-experienced workers, all of whom are exceptionally knowledgeable about rodent control.

We operate throughout Birmingham and its nearby areas, such as Solihull and Coventry. Based in Edgbaston, we have a reliable client base throughout the West Midlands. Call us on 0121 693 6616 or fill out one of our online contact forms to get in touch. Let us know what the problem is, and why you need our help; we’ll get someone out to you as soon as possible.

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