Why Mice Pest Control is essential
If a single resident female house mouse is happy in your premises, and has access to plenty of food, then 5–8 litters of mice can be born within 12 months – each containing an average of 6–8 mice. The young mice become sexually mature at about eight weeks old, so it doesn’t take a mathematician to work out that this could lead to a serious problem within months. That’s why mice pest control from experts is essential
That explains why the house mouse is the most common pest mouse in Scotland.
These furry domestic pests will feast on anything they can find… and your domestic or commercial kitchen is a big attraction.
Field / wood mice and the yellow-necked mouse will also venture indoors occasionally, typically as the weather deteriorates in autumn, or during winter, but the house mouse is by far the most common mouse we get asked to deal with.