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Evidence of Rat burrows

 
A large Burrow with a secure bait station in Place

Further signs of Rats burrowing beneath shed.

Rat Burrows in between two farm buildings.
A bank showing a burrow

A burrow which has collapsed as it has become so large.

This shows where Rats have been burrowing upwards and out from an old culvert which was beneath a house.
Signs of Rats burrowing beneath a Chicken Shed.

A Rat Burrow entrance into a silage clamp.

Again the same photo at another angle.


"Rat Runs"

As Rats tend to use the same routes once they have found their way around you can often see very defined "Runs".
These are some very obvious ones.
 
Rat Run into a chicken House

Runs in the grass.

Along the straight!
More "Runs" from the bank.

A series of 4 Pictures showing a distinct run around a pond. The client was feeding duck in one place on the top of the bank.


Up over and to the finish line!
And More!

Round the corner.

A Rat "Run" crossroads.



Evidence of Rat damage from Gnawing.

 

A Gnawed Gate post. This picture shows the Bottom of a gate believe it or not once it was 3 inches square and has been Gnawed in to this shape by Rats.


Edge of pallet gnawed by rats.

The other side of the pallet.

 

Damage to plywood cladding in a Large chicken house.

 

Other side of the Post.


Gnawed insulation.


Damage to plywood cladding in a Large chicken house.


And more.

Rats gnawed away at this piece of wood to enlarge a hole so they could pass through.


This pallet not only shows gnawing but some heavy smear marking over the edge of the concrete block.


Damage to plywood cladding in a Large chicken house.

 

Damage to doors caused by Rats

 
 

 

 


 

 

 


Damage to a farm feed loft

The next series of photos shows a farm feed loft where rats have caused extensive damage, note also the dark brown "Smear" marks caused by the grease from their bodies showing a "Heavy" infestation.
 
 

 

 

 
 

 

A dry toilet

This toilet was found behind an old boarded up outshed which backed onto a property, the client had problems with rats gaining access into the kitchen ceiling. The brown mark is caused by grease from the rats bodies and the floor was about an inch deep in Rat droppings. We removed the toilet and blocked the drain pipe,cleaned and disinfected the area. No more rats since.
 
 

 


Evidence of rats licking windows for water

As we know rats need twice as much water as they do food. These pictures show where rats have licked the condensation from the window.
 

Rats licking windows for water. You can see hear where rats have been licking the condensation from the window to obtain water. Note the line where the window goes dirty again denoting the height to which the rats can reach.


 

 


 

 

Knot gnawing

We know rats need to gnaw, but they also appear to love gnawing at knots in wood perhaps its the sap which they are after, no one has yet managed to tell us if this is true.
 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 


 

 

Damage to a water tank

Rats had gnawed into this water tank to gain access to a drinking supply.
Ever thought do I have rats in the loft? Remember as a kid being told not to drink the water from the bathroom tap!
 

Nice to clean your teeth in that water!



 



 

A litter of rats found in a corrugated shed lining

As we know rats need twice as much water as they do food. These pictures show where rats have licked the condensation from the window.
 

 

 


 

 

Rat droppings

As we know rats need twice as much water as they do food. These pictures show where rats have licked the condensation from the window.
 

These are Rat droppings showing evidence the rat has consumed an anticoagulant rodenticide hence the blue colour. Further evidence of consumed rodenticide.

More Blue droppings.

More dropppings showing no sign of rodenticide.

 

 

A broken sewage downpipe

This series of pictures shows where a sewage drainpipe has sunken and the joint has broken apart. It was situated beneath a patio, on our recommendation the patio was taken up. Rats were emerging from the sewage pipe and digging beneath the house and then gaining further access inside the house. Pipe fixed no more rats!
 

 



 


 


 

Misc

 

This shows the top of a "Stench pipe, the outlet tube had been left off and rats were somehow climbing up through the pipe!

A huge variety of "Stuff" dragged in to make a nest. The cladding has been removed in this photo.


Spot the rats in this photo, we found this on an initial survey of a farm.


 

Rats entering a Shop

This is a series of photos showing the condition of a shop after it had been left empty. The rats had been happily living around the shop yard and popping out for a takeaway! A fast food outlet had their bins just outside the yard area.
 

Rat smear marks where the body grease has been rubbed off due to the large infestation.


 

 

 

 

Rats gnawing to gain entrance to the shop.


 

 

 


 

 

 


Rat gnawing at the door.


 

 

Staddle Stones

These pictures are of an old Grain house stood on staddle stones, these are the mushroom shaped stones you can see, the idea being rats could not climb up and then around the overhang of the stone. You see these stones both old and new copies made of concrete usedas garden ornaments everywhere you go. Now you know what they are!
 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

Hornets

 

The start of a Hornets Nest.


Hornet Larvae. A fantastic picture looking up inside of the nest, you can see the larvae in the cells.


The same nest from below after the treatment, note the white insecticide.

 

 

 


Hornets Nest. A great photo taken by a customer of a Hornets Nest.


The View inside the Hornets Nest.


 


A large Hornets Nest.


A single lone Hornet taking in the sun.

 

Wasp Nests

 

Wasp Nest In a hedge.


Wasp Nest On the front of a shed. The client swore this nest was built overnight!

Treating a High up Wasp Nest. "Extreme" wasp nest dusting!


A wasp nest in a loft.

Strange looking Wasp Nest attached to a chimney. Note the smaller starter nest surrounding the nest which have been disused.


 

Honey Bees

Honey Bees are NOT PESTS and are extremely beneficial insects.
 

A nice little settled down Swarm. This swarm came and settled on a weeping cherry tree 4 feet from our front door, it cause NO problems at all and the bees soon moved on their way.


Same swarm.

 

 

Cluster Flys

 

Small Patches of Cluster Fly in a loft.

More Cluster Fly.

 

 

Bed Bugs

Here is a collection of images of Bedbugs.
 

 


Bebugs shown against a staple.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


Bed Bugs clustering By Headboard.


 

 


Bed Bug blood spot faecal marks.


Bedbugs gathering in cracks by the bed haed.

 

Bed bugs by a crack in electrical conduit.


An infested bed.

 


 
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