Need Pest Proofing and Structural repairs after pest damage?
When rats and mice enter wall cavities and insulation voids, it is only a matter of time before these rodents gain access into the house (or apartment) through apertures such as air vents. Mice and rats are subsequently responsible for major damage to the building by chewing through PVC water pipes or electrical wires.
Our highly trained engineers can help identify and resolve rat and mice-related issues along with Pest Proofing certain areas. This includes using CCTV sewer surveys, excavating and repairing broken sewer pipes and deteriorated manholes.
Weep Holes Covers
We fit protectors by inserting them into mortar joints left in brickwork for air movement (weep holes). The unit prevents access by Mice and most flying and crawling insects, Pest Proofing as it should be.
Owl Pest Control Repair Examples
Virgin Media / Eir / Telecom / Cable Box Door Replacement
Mice and rats can easily enter the structure through cable boxes if the door is open or missing. This happens regularly after technicians work on the cables during connection or disconnection of the television or telephone service.
We recommend you check the cable box doors around your building walls regularly or immediately after the visit of a technician.
If the cable door box is missing or there is damage to the cable box, we can replace it for you. We also supply directly these replacement cable doors and boxes to the public.
A few years ago in a new development (Dublin) that was not totally completed, a rat used this access to get into a ground floor showroom apartment at the weekend and gnawed a main water pipe inside the walls above the entrance. The following Monday all the rooms in the apartment were found completely flooded and all the plaster-boards had to be replaced!
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Qualified and Fully Licensed Pest Control Technicians
Owl Pest Control Dublin is a member of the NPTA (National Pest Technicians Association), BPCA (British Pest Control Association), IPCA (Irish Pest Control Association), and is actively taking part in the development of the Pest Control Industry in Ireland. Our Technical Staff are licensed by the Department of Agriculture & consist of Filed Biologists, Highly Qualified Pest Control Technicians, Senior technical staff with over 15 years professional experience & qualifications including Postgraduate Degrees; Cork University, RSPH, BPCA, IPCA, Kilgerm & HACCP diploma