Rats & Mice Pest Control

Rats, Mice & Vermin Control in Birmingham
Latin NameRattus norvegicus
Weight500 gms
LengthThey can reach lengths of 40 cm,and their tails alone may measure 21 cm
Colorbrown or gray in color
Digestive tractYes

How to get rid of a rodent problem?.

Stop That Pest Ltd have dealt with a lot of different rat and mouse problems throughout Birmingham and the West Midlands and our service at removing them is second to none. To get a rodent problem under control, inspection is the first and foremost step. Once we have had a look at the problem we will know the best solution for you and will give you a no obligation quote.


House Rats are small animals with strong bodies, short limbs and long tails. House Rats are the largest group of mammals.

Now a days, house rats have become most dangerous insects. House Rats population grow very quickly, so it is better to target them before the house rats population gets exceed by taking some preventive methods.
If you’re in need of house rats control services, here is a way, our team will prevent this by taking some effective treatments with least impact on the environment.

Rats infest over a million homes in the UK annually and the problem appears to be on the increase in Birmingham and the West Midlands. Rats have the potential to spread a wide variety of diseases around the home and garden. This is because they adapted to live in all types’ environments such as residential and commercial properties. Rodents such as rats can spread a wide variety of diseases via their fur, feet, urine or droppings. The main diseases of concern are Weil’s disease, and food poisoning diseases such as salmonella.

Rats can also damage property by gnawing at wood, lead and soft metals, electrical wiring, water pipes, and drainage systems.

Rats take between 2-3 months to reach sexual maturity and can have up to 7 litters per year with the average litter size being about 8.

If you are experience any problems with rats or mice please contact us at  Stop That Pest LTD Birmingham.