We have an infestation of cockroaches, mice and possibly rats. We have set up mouse traps but the mice do not walk into them. We live in an old central London property above a commercial premises (grocery store) and we have many holes and cracks where pests can enter. We have mostly seen pests in the kitchen, though we cannot be sure they are not also elsewhere. The flat is relatively small (4 bed but only one toilet) and has not been professionally cleaned in over three years.
I've noticed a few wasps flying around in my loft space and found what look like two small wasps nests (under 10cm). I'd like to speak to somebody about whether they need to be removed and if so, to do the job. Thanks.
I've fed hedgehogs in the garden for two years and currently have one using the hedgehog house. I now also have at least one rat visiting and eating the hedgehog food. I'd like to humanely remove the rat(s) without any detrimental effect to the hedgehog population.
Recent mice infestation for two flats (not any point just resolving one flat) want work started within a week. We are a ground floor flat. They are predominantly upstairs/in the upstairs floorboards in my ceiling.
We are very clean and tidy, everything in tupperware and nothing left on the side, but definitely have a mouse problem. Some of our cupboards have been accessed by little holes, and our landlord confirmed that he previously had an issue. We have a basement which doesn't help.
I think I might have what I hope is mice in my wall in my one vision housing flat I am hearing squeaking noises I thought it was in the kitchen wall but ave just heard the same noise in my living room wall
We have a problem with mice, managed to get rid of 2 of them, but my fear is we may have more, there’s got to be an entry point some where where they are getting in from. Need to get these entry points blocked and get rid of them