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Rodent Exterminator & Pest Control
Rat, Mice Extermination Services
Rodents are one of the leading fear-inducing pests you can find in your home. There are numerous methods you can conduct rodent control however without a doubt the most common method is with do it yourself rat traps. The dilemma is rats and mice reproduce very quickly. Just because you have utilized traps to deal with a couple of mice does not suggest there aren’t several animals in the walls of your house.
When you uncover a rodent problem, you have to act quickly to protect your house from damage and your household’s health. A professional rodent pest control technician knows how to remove rodents in your home so another infestation does not take place.
Indications You Really Need Expert Rodent Extermination and Mice Extermination
When you have rodent problems, there are many indications that rats and mice leave behind that clue you into a larger rodent infestation.
Mice and rats will leave behind droppings around food sources, so look under your kitchen sink and behind your fridge for droppings. Mice in your home will leave behind droppings that are about a 1/4 of an inch long and pointed. Rats in your home will have bigger droppings, about 3/4 of an inch long. Because they produce droppings more frequently than mice, they will also be arbitrarily placed and not in clusters.
Try to find holes in plastic, cardboard, and wood things. Rats and mice can nibble through these materials to reach food.
The coats of rats and mice are filthy and leave behind an oily substance. Check your basement and attic for mice and rat nests.
If you hear scraping, gnawing, or squealing noises in your walls, ceilings, or attic, this suggests mice problems. Sometimes you will see mice running through basements, attics, or cooking areas too. More likely, you will spot mice and rats running along fences and in between covered places in your backyard.
Our rodent and mouse control education and knowledge enable us to practice the most effective method to remove rodents. We know that a rodent problem is significant because mice and rats are incredibly elusive and bring illness and other pests into your house. Bug Pro Pest Control uses the best mice exterminator remedies. Upon arriving, we carry out a home evaluation to locate the source of the rodent problem and use safe chemicals to remove mice.
Rodent Trapping and Extermination
If rodents have plagued your house, call a pest control specialist as soon as possible. Do not wait. Rodents can cause a lot of damage to your house.
The initial step in rat trapping and removal is to inspect your house and find all points of entry. The entry holes are sealed shut to prevent any more rats from getting in. When all the entry holes are repaired and sealed, traps are set. We’ll service the traps until all rats are captured, then clean and disinfect the plagued location.
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Rats can be found in your attic, basement, crawl space, garage, and even your living space. These rodents present the possibility of devastating repercussions. Due to their gnawing fixation, they have the tendency to chew electrical wires which presents a severe fire danger. In merely a couple of short minutes a mouse, rat, or other rodent can damage electrical wiring to the point that it could cost countless dollars to have an electrician replace it.
Detecting Rodents in Your Home or Business
- Roof Rats
Roof rats are also called black rats. They are arboreal tree climbers and are most likely found in tops of fruit trees, attics, rooftops, barn rafters and chimneys.
- Norway Rats
Norway rats are also referred to as brown rats. They are a lighter color and are the species that was bred into the lab rat. Norway rats are burrowers and are located in tree hollows and substantial underground burrows. In cities, they are in basements and crawl spaces.
Mice are smaller and slender with a body size varying from 2 to 3 1/2 inches long with a tail that is about 3 to 4 inches long. The snout is pointy and the ears are big and sometimes hairy. The tail is uniformly dark and the fur light brown or gray and smooth.
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Coping with rodents in your home or business can be difficult to get control of. We can help, just call us to find out more and a free estimate.
Annoying Rats or Mice? Had Enough?
How Do Rats Get Inside?
Rodents are among the most prevalent pests in the United States. In fact, a recent study identified more than one third of American house owners had seen a rodent in their home in the past year. However how exactly do they get in?
Watch this video to get more information about how rodents get in your house or business. Learn how mice can fit through holes the size of a dime. While rats can fit through holes the size of a quarter.
Frequently Asked Rodent Questions
Rats are a pest that can be a serious nuisance when they have plagued a structure, whether that is a business or residential property. And it can take a fair amount of work to exterminate them once they get inside. There are undoubtedly lots of variables when it concerns handling a rodent problem. The size of the structure and the size of the infestation can both add to how tough it is to eradicate the rodents. There are also a number of different methods that you can take to dealing with the problem. However the most important thing not to do, is disregard the indications of rodents in your home or business. They will most definitely not disappear without intervention.
The truth is that it isn’t easy to tell how much time it will take to remove all of the rodents from a building. If there are just a small number of rodents in the property, then it can usually be taken care of within a week or 2, but for bigger infestations in bigger buildings it can take substantially longer than this to completely remove the rodents. If you’re tackling this on your own, the secret is to be unrelenting. Inspect your traps routinely so that you’re getting rid of the carcasses immediately and getting the trap back in action.
Sadly, rodents live in communities so they are seldom ever alone. If they have already colonized there may be a lot in your house or business. Trapping and eradicating one or two isn’t a sure sign they are gone.
Most people will think that they are gone when they no longer see indications of mice such as droppings where they were once very evident. Keep in mind that rodents nest in attics, basements and crawlspaces. Put control bait in these locations and monitor it carefully. Check for droppings and other indications of rodents in the area.
The best solution for exterminating rodents from your property is to talk to a professional pest control service like Bug Pro Pest Control.