Mice are small mammals of the order Rodentia. Although commonly identified as pests, some are bred and kept as pets. Globally there are hundreds of types of mice  including the Deer mouse (Peromyscus), Edible Dormouse (Glis glis), the Spiny mouse (Acomys) and even the Striped Zebra mouse (Lemniscomys). The House mouse (Mus musculus domesticus) and Field mouse or Wood mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) are the two common types of mice found in the Ireland.

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The word commensal is used to describe rodents that are generally found living in close associations with humans and very often dependent upon human habitat for the essential elements of food, water, shelter and space. The rodent species we normally categorise as commensal are: the House mouse Mus musculus, Norway rats Rattus norvegicus and Roof rats  Rattus rattus


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Cluster flies also known as grass flies or attic flies are of the genus Pollenia in the family Polleniidae. Unlike the more familiar blowflies such as the bluebottles they are completely harmless to human health as they do not lay eggs in human food.

These flies have the habit of coming indoors in late autumn to hibernate during the cold Winter months, they are often found in groups or clusters of many hundreds if not thousands.



There are two main species of cockroach in Ireland:  the German Cockroach( Blattella Germanica) and the Oriental Cockroach ( Blattella Orientalis)

The key to cockroaches management is thorough inspection. A cockroach survey (trapping) is sometimes necessary to determine the extent of an infestation, as even a thorough inspection will not reveal all cockroach harbourages or foraging areas.

Bird Control

Clean, Fast, Discreet & Cost-effective

NPC Part of Elis offer a wide range of proofing products expertly designed to prevent the infestation of pest bird species in residential homes. In the most pressing of situations the shooting of pest species of birds may be deemed necessary and carried out by licensed marksmen.

Bed Bug

This common pest, once associated with unhygienic surroundings, is prevalent due to a number of reasons, including increased travel, the use of second-hand furniture, and suspected tolerance to some pesticides. These bugs still occur with regularity, particularly in multi-occupancy buildings with rapid resident turnover – for example, hostels, hotels, holiday camps and apartments.