Book a pest control treatment for mice

To book an appointment, please call 023 9283 4251 (9am-4pm weekdays). You will need to pay ahead of your appointment. Please have your payment card ready when you call.

Prices (All prices include VAT)

  • Standard rate - £50 for up to three visits, £16 for extra visits
    • Reduced rate (for customers who receive qualifying benefits including pension credit, income support, job seekers allowance, housing benefit or Council Tax support and Universal Credit) - £25 for up to three visits, £8 for extra visits

If you need an extra visit, you will need to pay for this during the third visit. Otherwise, when the officer leaves the property the job will be closed, and you'll need to pay the full price to start a new treatment.

You will need to pay the full charge upfront for all rodent treatments which includes a £10 non-refundable callout charge should we not treat.

Please note, if you agree a pest control appointment then miss it, this will count as one of your visits. If two visits are missed, your treatment will be cancelled.

  • If you live in a rented property, your landlord will need to contact us to arrange the treatment.
  • If you live in a housing association, we won't be able to treat your property. Contact your housing association for more information.

What should I do before pest control visit?

We do not ask that you do anything specific to prepare for our visit, but after we visit you can help prevent re-infestation by:

  • block all small holes with wire wool
  • repair any external defects such as gaps around waste pipes, broken airbricks, missing bricks

What will pest control do?

We treat with mouse bait - poison. This is contained in tamper-resistant boxes and placed out of sight, for example at the back of cookers or fridges or under units, so that your child or pet will not be harmed.

Do I have mice?

If you have not seen mice in your property, other signs that may indicate that you have them include:

  • droppings
  • evidence of food being eaten by them in the home
  • scratching noises or marks may be an indication, but rats, squirrels or birds could also be responsible

Why do I have mice?

The most common mouse is the house mouse. This mouse likes to live in close proximity with humans, as we provide them with a warm home that is more hospitable than the outside world and the opportunity of food.

It may be that you have food about the house that is easily accessible, or you may have gaps under your doors or walls. Anywhere that you can put a pencil through, a mouse can get through.

What should I do if I have mice?

If you have mice, you can help solve the problem yourself with the simple tips below:

  • while the treatment is taking place, ensure you wash all surfaces with an anti-bacterial agent before preparing food
  • clear away food after eating and do not leave crumbs
  • place all food within sealed containers

    Immediately take steps to stop mice from entering your home – we call this proofing. Check all rooms for holes, particularly around water pipes, waste pipes, electrical cables and skirting boards. 

Look from the inside and outside - any holes need to be filled as soon as possible. Use wire wool, not a soft material like expanding foam.  For larger holes use something more substantial such as cement. Although this might prevent the mice within your home from leaving, it will help ensure further mice don’t follow them inside.

Mice are excellent climbers and will easily climb cavity walls to gain access to lofts. Proofing such areas will be difficult but you should try and ensure your rooms are protected and well sealed.