Rodent Control

No one likes rodents in their home.

We have different methods of handling this nuisance including glue boards, traps and baits. We can also seal cracks where rodents enter and remove harborages. We will make recommendations on any repairs your home may need to be less susceptible to rodents.

Rodent bait is the second option. Blocks of rodent bait can be placed at key locations of rodent activity. If bait needs to be placed in your home, it is put in protective, locked boxes to ensure children and pets are safe.

How To Identify a Rodent

RODENT FACTS:

  • Rodents reproduce rapidly with major activity at night. Rats tend to be cautious and mice are more curious.
  • It is important to remove rodent food sources but do not disturb the rodent habitat.
  • A successful rodent control program includes a combination of baiting and trapping.
  • They also cause damage to buildings by burrowing and gnawing.
  • They are able to squeeze through very small openings:1/4 inch for mice and 1/2 inch for rats.