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Mice, rats, and rodents can infest your home at any point. Therefore, you should be ready to deal with them promptly. Once they’ve been spotted in your home, it is pertinent to get rid of them right away. Don’t delay because the problem is only going to worsen. Mice, rats, and rodents are one of the worst residential pests you’ll ever encounter. They’re destructive, dangerous, and annoying. Plus, they’re hideous and you don’t want to handle them on your own. Whether you’re dealing with house mice, deer mice, or another type of rodent, it is pertinent to tackle the problem with a professional’s help.
We’re always ready to aid locals. Our technicians have dealt with rodent infestations for many years, and we’re confident that we can do it again. Call us and we’ll begin working to rectify the problem right away.
More About Rodent Droppings
Rodent droppings can help you identify an infestation. Therefore, you should learn how to spot and identify droppings. They range in size from 3 to 6mm and look like a piece of rice. Rodent droppings can be found anywhere in the home. Still, you’re most likely going to find them near the rodent’s breeding and nesting sites.
What Causes Rodent Infestations?
Rodents are commensal so they want to live in human residences. They do so because they’re trying to consume the food found in your home. They enter residences to consume food and drink water. They need humans to survive. It doesn’t help that the rodents in our area are relentless and will find a way to enter the home regardless. They can easily enter homes through the smallest holes. Be ready to deal with the problem swiftly.
Primary Health Hazards
Don’t ignore this problem because doing so could be incredibly risky. Our technicians are standing by and eager to help you resolve this problem. You likely do not realize how dangerous these pests are. They will spread numerous illnesses, including Lassa Fever, Plague, Rat-Bite Fever, and Hemorrhagic Fever. Once they’ve entered your home, the risks are going to increase. It will continue increasing as the infestation worsens. Pick up the phone and call us. We’ll work swiftly to resolve the problem and protect you from rodents. These pests can also damage your property, spread ticks, carry fleas, and cause electrical fires.
These pests will contaminate your food sources with their urine and feces. They’ll spread numerous illnesses, including salmonella, swine dysentery, and rat-bite fever. Rodents can cause severe structural damage to any building. When chewing through electrical cables, they may cause a fire in your home.
Getting Rid Of Rodents
Rodents are problematic and difficult to eliminate. Suffice to say, you aren’t going to get rid of them easily. Once you’ve realized that you’re dealing with a rodent infestation, call a professional. You likely aren’t going to resolve the problem on your own. DIY methods are unreliable. Some will expose you to toxic chemicals. Call our office so we can resolve the issue promptly. We’ll keep you safe during and after the rodent treatment.
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Call our office because we’re eager to begin. We’ll get back to you in 24 to 48 hours.
We aim to provide our clients with the safest treatments. We’re not going to use dangerous chemicals in your home. We hope you’ll work with us because we use the safest techniques. Our technicians are thoroughly trained to fix such problems using products approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Preventing Rodent Infestations
It is often difficult to prevent rodents from invading your home. However, you shouldn’t leave the door open for them. Doing so will be too risky. You should do your best to maintain a pest-free business or home. Seal your outer walls to prevent them from finding a way to enter your home. Use caulk or other materials to seal small holes and gaps. Cut your grass so they cannot find places to hide around your home. Keep your home clean and tidy. Use the advice below to maintain a pest-free dwelling.
- Properly seal all outer walls while blocking small gaps and holes.
- Your trash needs to be taken out several times each day.
- Store your food products in durable, airtight containers.
- Deal with spills and messes quickly.