Tiny pest, huge problem; rodents can not only cause serious damage to your property, but they can be a terrible health risk as well.

That’s where we come in.

No matter the type of rodent infestation, we can help protect your home from these unwanted house guests. With a personalized plan, we can implement our professional services and keep your home or business clean and rodent-free.

Rodent Problems

Rodents are more than just pests. They are a vital part of the ecosystem and some make great household pets.

The issue with these furry invaders is the damage they cause and potential illnesses they may spread. While the common household pet rodents are bred differently, wild mice and rats can slip through the smallest spaces and wreak havoc on the inner workings of your home.

They tend to consume any food they find, contaminate whatever they touch, and cause structural damage with their teeth and claws.

Additionally, a rodent problem is rarely limited to just one mouse or rat.

Identifying your Invaders

There are four typical rodents that can infest your property: moles, voles, mice and rats.

House mice are between 1-4 inches long and can fit into spaces as small as a dime. Norway rats are larger; Norway rats tend to live in burrows.

Depending on the type of rodent, the treatment plan can be vastly different. In addition to the common pests, other rodents may present a problem:

  • Squirrels
  • Chipmunks
  • Moles
  • Field Mice

Regardless of which type of infestation you may be experiencing, we can help you put together a plan to get rid of the problem and keep them from coming back.

Signs of Infestation

If you suspect you may have a rodent problem, keep an eye out for the following signs:

  • Fecal matter
  • Gnaw marks
  • Nests
  • Unexplained sounds in walls or attic
  • Markings

After identifying an infestation, it is crucial that you take the steps to fortify your home or business to protect the inhabitants. Acting quickly and efficiently will lower any potential damage, financial loss, and further contamination.

Protecting Against a Rodent Invasion

The best way to prevent a rodent infestation is to limit their access to food. Rats and mice live where there is an abundant source of water and food. Be sure to inspect your home and block all potential entry ways.

Keep your food and trash storages sealed tightly. If you suspect you may have a mouse or rat, you can implement a DIY method with traps, bait boxes, or poisons; however, these methods may be dangerous should you have a household with small children or animals.

If you are uncertain of how large your rodent problem may be, we can help you identify and treat the problem. Safety comes first! Take the steps to protect your property from a rodent invasion.

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