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Sting Pest Control Services covers Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Amber Valley and Erewash including Nottingham, Derby, Ilkeston, Heanor, Eastwood, Ripley, Alfreton, Chaddesden, Spondon, Long Eaton, Borrowash, Little Eaton and surrounding areas.

Some of the pests we treat


Wasp elimination and nest removal

Ant treatments

Flea eradication

Fleas

Treatments for rats

Treatments for bedbugs

Treatments for mice

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Tel: 07896 133829

            or 01773 711096

(Office open 9am until 6pm daily)

Email: customerservice@stingpestcontrol.com

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Finding the exact point at which a mouse may have gained access to your property can be difficult due to them being small and agile so able to squeeze through the smallest of gaps. However, here at Sting Pest Control Services we have the knowledge and experience to help locate these entry points and offer suitable advice to reduce the likelihood of future visits from mice.


Mice are commonly found in areas such as loft spaces, kitchens of both domestic and commercial premises, sheds and garages.


Their droppings can be identified as being black and of similar size to a grain of rice. It is unusual to see evidence of only one dropping.


Many mouse infestations occur as a result of easy access points to warm nesting locations and/or food sources such as bird food.


As with rats we have tamper proof boxes to ensure the safety of children, pets and other non-target species.


Mice should not be considered acceptable within your property as they, like rats, can cause you ill health due to their inability to control their bladder.  They leave droplets of urine in every area they travel to, exposing your friends and family to illness.  Very often traces of urine are not visible in low level infestations but can be picked up on kitchen work surfaces, for example, when preparing food.  




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Mice control in Nottingham and Derby