Rodents cause a lot of damage. As the teeth of rodents continue to grow over their lifetime, they need to gnaw on hard substances such as lead and plastic pipes, insulation material and electric wirings. This habit increases the risk of short circuits and fires. In addition to this they transmit a number of dangerous diseases, such as Salmonella, Leptospirosis (Weil's disease), Tuberculosis and even tape worms.
Rodents cause a lot of contamination. One single rat equals more than 25000 droppings per year,
which contain allergens that can cause acute allergic reactions.
Rodents introduce secondary pests. Rodents are also known to introduce other pests, such as fleas, mites and ticks into the premise, causing additional damage.
⚫ Alarm — immediate loss of trust from customers and employees especially in food processing, industrial & manufacturing and food & beverage sectors.
⚫ Damage — of goods and equipment such as computers, electrical appliances, wires and pipes in offices and business premises.
⚫ Losses — infestations may cause product recalls and loss of contracts which can lead to financial loss and bad company reputation.
⚫ Legal — failure to comply with legislation could lead to business closure or fines.
Even Rodents in the garden and outside can also present tremendous risk, particularly since those areas are visited by children and pets.
⚫ While amateur Do-It-Yourself (DIY) products are a cost effective way to control rat problems in low risk areas, professional pest control is required for high risk areas, more established rat colonies or where there is a repeated infestation.
⚫ We offer an Expert Inspection to assess the source of attraction, breeding site, level of infestation, and to identify the rat species.
⚫ Our professionally trained technicians can offer effective, targeted rat control solutions tailored to your requirements.
⚫ Treatments will include the control of any potential breeding sites and will advise on actions to take according to the ERDM approach.
Our Research & Development team are at the forefront in staying one jump ahead of highly evolving pests especially in the urban areas..