Cute or not, we'll keep furry and feathered pests out of your home
It’s your home, not theirs. Competitive Pest Control Services have the expertise to remove all manner of unwanted wildlife from your home and property. Rats, mice, bush rodents, birds, rabbits, foxes and other feral animals, are no match for the trained eye and experienced inspections of our technicians. If you have a problem with wildlife from tiny rodents to large creatures, we’re here to help with solutions that last.
Rodents, Birds and Other Wild Animals
The unsightly bird droppings you see on signs and buildings are more dangerous than they look. Birds carry more than 60 transmutable diseases and pathogens in their droppings, including E.Coli and Salmonella. As the droppings dry out they turn to powder, carrying the pathogens in the air. Flocks of birds can cause significant structural damage and corrosion to building surfaces, while their nests can have a negative effect on electrical systems and air conditioners. If you have birds wreaking havoc on your property, contact us to have one of our bird pest control specialists inspect your property and develop a tailored plan to effectively remove the birds and stop them coming back.
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Feral animals making a home in your home can cause distress, damage to your property or worse, pose a danger to your family and pets. Our technicians are trained to handle feral animals to remove them as the first step in a customised pest control plan. Our solution will target every vulnerability feral animals use to enter your home, including cavities, crawl spaces, voids and damage to building structures. Our treatments include traditional traps, bats and other tools to remove these pests and ensure they don’t come back.
If you’re experiencing problems with feral animals around your home, contact us to have a professional technician inspect your property.
The common house mouse is a slender little rodent usually coloured brown to grey, with large rounded ears and bulging eyes. They are excellent climbers, jumpers and swimmers although they prefer not to swim. They will feed on animal feed, nuts, grains but despite what you may have been told cheese is not a favourite food. Telltale signs of mice in the home are small droppings, urine stains/smells, gnaw marks on food products or even sighting them out in the open. Their population size can increase rapidly and the female can reproduce from two months of age having up to eight in a litter at a time, so if you suspect you have mice, contact us quickly for a professional inspection and eradication plan.
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