Rat investigations

If you have rats or are a pest control company please get in touch we can help. With 15 years experience working with woolmer pest control, we have found rats like to get in through your drains if you just cant solve your rat problem this might just be the answer. Rats like to get in through redundant/broken drain lines, or if you have a cheap flexible plastic toilet connector the rats can chew through, some of our customers even have a buried manhole under their new extension, a right pain. We carry out patch lining and lining services to line through buried manholes non return valves and sealing off redundant lines with bungs as rats can scratch out concrete, they are very smart and im sure you want rid of your new friends.

BLocking entries

Redundant drain lines are the most likely cause for rat intrusion, these are most commonly left after building works or extentions. Water testing plugs are fitted to block off these drain lines and are a better solution than just filling with concrete as rats can dig their way through.

Main line entry

Standard manhole without a trap, is a frequent cause for rat entry into your private drainage system. The main sewer is often left openly connected to your drains.

PErmenant solution

The permenant solution for your little friends is a non-return valve (single check/ double check) this allows down stream flow from your property but no more rodents entering from the main sewer.

No more rats!

In a short day your rat problem is permenantly solved and flood protection comes with your install. Single check valves' main function is rat protection but will save you from small sewer surges and flooding. Double check valves' main function is for flood protection.

how we use lining for rodent entry

PAtch lining

We use patch lining to seal up redundant drain lines where junctions or manholes have been buried under the property and rodents can get into your property as they were not sealed up properly when built over.