The UK's Rat Problem

The UK's Rat Problem

The UK's Rat Problem

The UK is currently having a serious problem with rats. The news is rife with reports of giant rats. Hordes scurry down side-streets and underground fires in London are being caused by rats chewing cables which set fire to gas pipes. As well as this there are super-rats which are immune to many of the repellents and poisons in use nowadays. It appears to be reaching crisis point. The damage that rats can do is phenomenal. Tens of thousands of pounds worth of damage can be performed by a single rat in an evening.  This can happen easily if they manage to chew through critical wiring in an expensive device.

Many people will not be insured against this damage, although they may not realise it. Rat damage is often taken for granted, without people realising that there is very much they can do about it. Individuals often resort to trapping and repellents but unfortunately if a single rat is missed the damage may still continue.

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It is common for people to try plugging all of the holes in their building in order to make it difficult for rats to enter. This may well prove very expensive and impossible. If you have a large lock-up, warehouse or storage facility you might find yourself trying to plug thousands of holes. This will probably be unsuccessful as some of the holes will be completely inaccessible to humans but easily found by rodents. You can be absolutely sure that if you miss just a single hole, the rats are sure to find it.

They will continue to make their way in, leaving a mess on the floor, greasy marks on the skirtings and nests in the walls. Once they're in the building, it can be very difficult to get them out. If a rat dies in the wall cavity or under the floor it may be very difficult to find and remove it, but you will certainly be aware of the smell.  Invest in some rat-repellent flooring from http://www.hammertechltd.com/ before the problem becomes more severe.