Rats in drains under your property can ruin your home, your health, and even your social life! Read this article from The Guardian
Yes, it's possible - rats lay a urine trail, and their urine contains lots of bacteria which is harmful to humans.
Yes it’s probably rats. They enter your walls from the drains and use the cavity to access the loft where the insulation offers nice warm nesting materials.
A lot of people move home because of problems with rats. The sellers are not required to disclose any pest problems.
We can stop rats entering your new home by finding the entry point and blocking access, stopping rats forever.