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During winter, pests can still be a real problem for us. And one of the main concerns for camper and static home owners is the threat of rodents. Mice and rats will want to hole up for the winter in your camper, and can squeeze through the tiniest gaps to help keep them warm. They will also be seeking food as well as shelter for the colder months.
Rodents in your camper can do a lot of damage – damage which then has to be declared to your insurance company. Upholstery is particularly at risk, and the damage can sometimes cost a lot of money to put right. Not to mention rat pest control costs if you are paying London prices.
Nobody wants to face a mess and smell that rodents being in your camper can bring, especially when you open it up for the first time at the start of the new season. Pest control measures are an important part of wintering your camper. So it’s worth taking the proper precautions to prevent rodents making themselves unwelcome visitors in your holiday camper in the winter months – or at any other time of the year.
Having a constant supply of food and a cosy, warm place to sleep that has easy access route is rich pickings for pests like mice and rats. So we are going to share with you the top ways you can stop vermin getting into your camper in the first place.