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  • Rodent

    Sanitation is key to getting rid of rodents. Rodents need 3 things to survive:

    Rodent urine and feces can cause many health problems for humans. Cleaning up debris from food regularly will limit rodent activity. Eliminate water and food sources. Sanitation is the #1 contributing factor to rodent infestations. Plugging up entry ways can also limit rodent activity. Finding out how the rodents gained access requires inspection. A successful treatment closes up all entry ways to make sure future mice and rats to not gain access to the structure.

  • Rodent Information

    Rodents are small mammals. Rodents include: mice, rats, squirrels, beavers, hamsters, and guinea pigs. All rodents share teeth with the ability to gnaw on very tough surfaces. Since rodent teeth continuously grow, they MUST gnaw on things to keep the size of their teeth down. Rodents also pose a alarming risk to properties because of this.Rodents have a tendency to to destroy wall insullation, wood, and electrical wiring. Rodents cause 25% of house fires every year.

    These animals have short breeding cycles and the ability to have a litter of up to 6. Each member of the litter can begin reproducing themselves at about a month old. Rodent populations outdoors are usually kept down by natural predators. Indoors however, rodents have no predators and are able to continuously reproduce without threats.

    The CDC has a list of some of the diseases transmitted by rodents. The viruses directly transmitted by rodents are usually throgh exposure to fecal matter and urine, through the air or orally. Rodents do not have the ability to hold their bladder, so while they are running around they are also relieving themselves wherever they are. This can create a toxic and hazardous situation for the young, elderly, and even healthy adults.

  • Our approach to rodent control is simple but effective. Technicians have full knowledge of rodent habits and biology. Mice and rats both contaminate food and living quarters with their urine and excrement. Our customized treatments ensure that appropriate control is achieved. We also provide sanitations programs to help promote a healthy living environment.

    Rodent Proofing

    We come in and find out how the rodents are gaining access to your structure. Once rodent entry ways are found technicians will close all entry ways.

    Sanitation Modification

    Poor sanitation is the #1 cause for rodent infestation. We offer sanitation modification programs to help food and water sources that attract mice and rats. We will eliminate food, water, and harborage.

    Intensive Rodent Eradication

    All of our Intensive Rodent Eradication treatments are customized to the specific needs of our customer. Treatment may include a variety of solutions such as rodenticide injections and baits, glueboards, external stations, and other option designed to eradicate rodents and reduce their populations.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    1. How do I get a rodent infestation?
    2. Rodents are attracted to food. Homes provide food, harborage and water sources for rodents, so they will be attracted to your home if these are available to them.

    3. How can I tell if I have a rodent infestation?
    4. You can be certain you have rodents if:

      • You hear scratching noises,squeaking, or scurrying in the walls.
      • You see droppings that are black and the size of a rice grain.
      • You see shredded and torn paper, that is usually used for nesting.
    5. How long does it take to get rid of rodents?
    6. It depends on the severity of the infestation. Your technician will be able to inform you of approximately how long it will take to get rid of your pests.

    7. How can I prevent getting rodents again?
    8. Make sure to keep your home clean and free of food debris that attract rodents. Also, be sure that any entry ways, such as holes in the walls are closed in. Any entry points for rodents should immediately be sealed.

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