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Rodents- "David has worked a miracle!! We have no rodent noise in our roof anymore! We are so pleased!" B. B. Mahurangi West
2013 David was called to a 2 storey home in Tindalls Bay, Whangaparaoa. The owners had to make a large insurance claim to have damage repaired after rodents gnawing on water pipes caused a flood of water through the ceiling into a downstairs bedroom and bathroom area. David assessed that the rodents were living in native bush on a neighbouring property, but the neighbours were not co operative, therefore a series of bait stations were installed at the boundary, and a monthly baiting visit at very low cost protects the clients property from further invasion.
Rodent Pest Control.
Auckland & Northland typically have problems with many 4 types of rodents, mice & rats.
- Norway or brown rat (Rattus norvegicus)
- Ship or common rat (Rattus rattus)
- Kiore or Polynesian rat (Rattus exculans)
- House mouse (Mus musculus)
Rodents are a problem all year but often come in over the colder months, when they are looking for food and a warm place to breed. They carry and spread diseases- other pests such as fleas, as well as allergens that can trigger asthma. These can affect your family, pets and business.
Destroying food, clothing, furniture, books, wiring, water pipes, wood, plastic and just about anything you have in your home, business or vehicle. While chewing and gnawing is part of the problem, you will find their droppings and urine will also ruin and contaminate the areas they visit.
Chewing or nesting in electrical wires can cause fires, in homes, factories and vehicles.
Rodents also are a problem outdoors eating and destroying, native birds’ eggs and chicks, Seeds, fruits and seedlings of native trees, native invertebrates including snails, beetles and stick insects, native skinks and geckos. If you have rodents outside its only a matter of time before they try to move in.
No More Pests offer the right pest management solution for rodent control and eradication.
From immediate relief to long acting treatments we offer a range of solutions to manage the problem, both short term and long term.
Indoors or outdoors, we help identify where the problem is coming from
Rodent control & eradication pest control management.
Preventative measures for the future to help keep your home and business rodent free.
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The Norway or Brown Rat can weigh up to 450 grams, but is usually around 200-300. Its can get up to 25cm in length plus a short tail. It has brown fur on its back and white/grey fur on its belly.Droppings vary in size from 13.4mm to 19.1mm. It will burrow extensively, makes its nest underground and is a strong swimmer. Rates can start reproducing from 2- 5 months and have 3 - 6 litters a year with generally 7 or 8 young in the litter.
The Ship or Common Rat can weigh up to 225 grams, but is usually around 120-160 grams. Its can get up to 22cm in length plus a long tail. It is usually dark/black but can also be brown with long black hairs on its back and creamy white/grey fur on its belly. Droppings vary in size from 6.8mm to 13.8mm. It rarely will burrow and is a good climber, its nests in trees and shrubs and rarely swims. Rats can start reproducing from 2- 5 months and have 3 - 6 litters a year with generally 7 or 8 young in the litter.
The Kiore or Polynesian Rat can weigh up to 180 grams, but is usually around 60-80 grams. Its can get up to 18cm in length plus a short tail. It is usually brown white tipped/grey fur on its belly. Droppings vary in size from 6.4mm to 9mm. Its an agile climber, digs small holes, its nests mainly on the ground and rarely swims. Rats can start reproducing from 2- 5 months and have 3 - 6 litters a year with generally 7 or 8 young in the litter.
The House Mouse can weigh up to 30 grams, but is usually around 15-20 grams. Its can get up to 11cm in length plus a short tail. It is usually grey/brown and grey fur on its belly. Droppings vary in size from 3.9mm to 7.6mm. It mainly lives on the ground, though they are very good climbers and nest in small holes. Mice can start reproducing from 5 weeks and have 5-10 litters a year with generally 5 to 6 young in the litter.
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