Rat Control Scotland

Rat Control Scotland

Rat Control Scotland

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Welcome to Rat Control Scotland for all Rat problems at affordable prices with our fully trained and qualified Pest Controllers in Scotland and Nearby areas.

Rat Control Scotland can help with all Rat problems throughout Scotland and surrounding areas.

Rat Control Scotland offers you affordable prices and all our Pest Controllers are fully trained and qualified and will talk you through each step of the way, they will also give you advise where needed to deter Rats from returning to your property in the future.

Normally you would only have a rat infestation if there is a food source, if they can’t find food they will look elsewhere.

We also offer you a fast response to all Rat Control 7 days a week in your home or garden and offering you early evening and weekend appointments.

We cover all domestic and commercial properties for Rat Removal and we also offer advice on Rats.

Call Today for a Quote on all your Rat Infestation throughout Scotland.

If you have an Rat Infestation either fill out the short Contact Form an this page above

Or Call Rat Control Scotland Today on: 0800 0258677.

About Rats:

As an adult the average Rat can weigh between 12 -16 oz, with a body length of 6-8 inches long. The nose is blunt with small ears, and small eyes. The fur is shaggy and coarse with variation in colors. The tail is shorter than the head and body combined, and is quite scaly.

Rats Inspection The droppings are ¼ to ½ inch in length and are of a capsule shape, with blunt ends. They are usually a shiny black, but this may vary according to their diets.

Rats will leave a hind foot track of about ¾ – 1 inch where a mouse’s track measure’s 3/8 of an inch or less. Rats will also drag their tails, leaving a mark between their feet tracks. Unscented baby powder or flour, lightly sprinkled can help you determine tracks and their runways as they cross suspected areas.

Gnawing holes from rats are about 2 inches or more in diameter. They have rough edges and they prefer to gnaw on wood, but can also damage electrical wiring. Rat burrows can be found along foundations, or beneath rubbish and shubbery. If the burrow is active it is usually clear of vegetation. Rat runways are smooth and well packed. Indoors, these runways are free of dust and dirt.