Address: 39, Pioneer Mill, Milltown St, Radcliffe, Manchester, M26 1WN
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pest control, pest control service
At Simply The Pest Bury, the company knows that many different types of poisons exist and know how to use them effectively. Rodent baits, also known as rodenticides, offer an economical and efficient approach for eliminating rodent populations like rat and mice pest infestations. It is not just rat control that Simply The Pest Bury offer bu the pest control of mice, rodents, wasps or wasp nests, fleas, flies, moths, beetles, bugs and many more!
When it comes to rat pest control services, pellet baits provide the rodent with a small food particle that can readily pick up and handle, similar to a rodent holding a seed or a nut. Pellets are also packaged into place packs which deliver baits into hard to reach locations in small sealed paper packets. Bait packets keep rodenticide fresh and facilitate convenient, quick, no-touch placement of bait. Because rodents must gnaw into the packet to get into the bait, they also provide a means by which to confirm the rodent activity.
Pellet baits in place packs are prone to be carried away and stored by the rodent in many different locations. For this reason, baits can become available to non-target animals or children. Pest control pellets can be applied directly into rodent harborages, such as the direct baiting of rat or mouse burrows, to reduce the bait being picked up and moved. Block bait formulations offer versatility and convenience for rodent infestations in any location since they can be used indoors and outdoors.
Block baits are made in the form on extruded blocks, similar to the method that is used for making dry dog foods. The blocks are extruded in a unique shape, designed to provide an attractive gnawing item for rodents. Typically, block baits are used in bait stations or nailed down to any surface to prevent rodents from moving it from one location to another. The rodent's inability to move block bait provides a good way to monitor activity by observing if the bait has been gnawed or if it is still intact. In most cases, it makes little sense to evenly space baits around the perimeter of your room if most of the rodent infestation is concentrated in only one or two areas.