Mouse Control Oxted

Envirowell Mouse Control Oxted is your local specialist with a mission to provide lasting and effective professional pest control services in and around the Surrey area for all of our customers.

We offer a comprehensive pest control service to domestic, commercial and agricultural customers across the South East of England with the aim of improving the quality of life of our clients, the surrounding community and the local environment.

A common pest to both urban and rural areas are mice. Despite the fact that encounters are often very common, this does not mean that you have to put up these pesky pests.

Avoiding Anxiety

The mere thought of rodents in a home can be enough to bring people out in a cold sweat. Noise and the simple knowledge of mice or rats existing at your location can cause anxiety and unfortunately not without good reason. All rodents are known carriers of disease and they can all cause significant and costly damage if left unchecked.

Mice are well known to cause substantial damage due to their constant gnawing on practically anything they can get their teeth on. They are also carriers of fleas and a wide range of diseases, which can be passed on to humans and household pets.

Comprehensive Survey

Before commencing any treatment, our team of technicians will ensure that we conduct a thorough survey of the site to ascertain the full extent of the mouse infestation. It is only then that we will be in a position to implement the most effective course of action to remedy the situation.

Finding the right help to combat these pests is crucial and the team at Safeguard Pest Control is ready to apply our knowledge and skill to remove all unwanted pests from your property.

The following are indicators of a mouse infestation:

  • Holes
  • Droppings
  • Runs
  • Smear marks
  • Damage
  • Tracks
  • Nests

Mice produce a distinct odour in nests sites and harbourages that once experienced will not be forgotten.

Key Features of Mice

The adult House Mouse is small and slender about 1-2 inches long, excluding the tail. It has large ears, a pointed nose and small eyes. The tail is as long as the head and body combined. Its fur is usually light grey or brown in colour.

The House Mouse, and sometimes the Long-Tailed Field Mouse, seek the warmth and shelter of buildings for nesting sites and food. Their presence is usually detected from their dark-coloured droppings or damage to food products, packaging or building fabric.


Mice become sexually mature in eight to ten weeks and a pair may produce eight litters each of 16 young, in a year. Multiply those numbers and you arrive at a horrifying number of mice!

They climb well and can squeeze through very small gaps. These nibbling nuisances have a compulsive need to gnaw in order to keep their incisor teeth worn down to a constant length.

The average mouse sheds 70 droppings in 24 hours and urinates frequently to mark its territory. Mice are erratic, sporadic feeders, nibbling at many sources of food rather than taking repeated meals from any one item. They do not need free water to drink as they normally obtain sufficient moisture from their food.

Mice may seriously damage water and gas pipes, electric cables, packaging and food products.  Many instances of electrical fires and floods have been attributed to them.

Mice can also contaminate far more food than they consume and they are capable of carrying many diseases, particularly food poisoning.

Commitment To Excellence

We have established an extensive portfolio of clients and our company has been founded on a simple philosophy of providing a professional, first-class service at competitive rates. We offer a commitment to establishing effective and long-lasting relationships with all of our clients.

Our team possesses many years of experience within the industry and have access to the very latest techniques and equipment. This enables us to provide fast, effective treatment combined with a high commitment to customer satisfaction. Effective communication, both written and verbal, is integral to our quality service. 

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To ensure that we provide the correct and longest-lasting solution to your problem, our expert team of pest control technicians will complete a full and thorough survey of your property and the affected area to allow us to fully identify the root cause of the problem.

Once this has been completed we will be ideally positioned to provide you with a detailed plan of how we can eradicate your pest control problem along with a breakdown of the costs that are likely to be incurred. This service is totally free with no obligation and we do not employ pushy salesman.

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As prevention is often better than a cure, we aim to solve your pest control issue and prevent it from re-occurring. To do this our technicians need to have the right products and tools, so we make sure each service van is fully equipped. All our vans carry proofing materials as standard, allowing us to quickly and efficiently treat the majority of issues immediately.

As part of our service, we may also advise you to do a few actions to reduce future pest problems. These may include cleaning up food sources or areas that are inviting to pests such as removing debris, fixing plumbing leaks, or repairing structures.

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Further Information

If you would like any further information regarding Envirowell Pest Control and our mouse control Oxted services, please get in touch.

You can contact us at Tel. No. 07795250356, via e-mail – or via our official Facebook page and we will be happy to answer any of your questions

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