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The main mouse specie in Ireland is the house mouse. They are common in all rural, semi-urban and urban areas. They nest in ceilings/wall voids, behind equipment and within stored commodities.

Mice breed continuously and can start breeding at 1-2 months. They can produce litters of between 4-8 young and can have as many as 12 litters in 1 year.

All a rodent needs to survive is food, water and shelter. They will start within a familiar range – home range and therefore its important to prevent the ingress of rodents in your premise.

To prevent rodents entering your home it is recommended that:

  • Food waste be stored in tightly sealed bins, both inside and outside your premise.
  • Do not leave food for birds and pets where rodents can access it.
  • Garden compost heaps should not contain anything that may attract rodents.
  • Keep the surroundings of your dwelling clean

To minimize rodents entering you premise:

  • Seal around all pipes including waste pipes, washing machines, tumble dryers etc.
  • Seal all openings around cables and central heating pipes.
  • Gaps at the bottom of external doors.
  • Look for gaps around facias and tie back loose cables along walls.


Contact Comserv today, to arrange your free pest risk consultation.


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