WHAT DO YOU DO AND HOW DO YOU GET RID OF OUR RODENTS?
Exclusion and trapping are really the key to solving rodent problems. Our technicians will perform an inspection at your home and look for all entry points. They will then provide a free quote and come up with a plan specific to your home to solve your problem.
We are trained and experienced in most exclusion procedures; however, there are some circumstances that would require you contact a contractor to solve your issue. Once entry points are identified and exclusion in place, we set traps to catch the rodents. Depending on your situation we may also use rodent bait stations on the exterior of the home to control the rodent population and help identify level of rodent activity.
HOW DO I STOP RODENTS FROM RETURNING IN THE FUTURE?
Our year-long programs offer a great way to help control the rodent population near your home and identify rodent activity.
DO YOU GUARANTEE YOU CAN SOLVE OUR RODENT ISSUE?
We are one of the best in the business at solving rodent issues. Our techs will also make recommendations when there for the extermination. If followed, we generally solve your rodent problem; however, there are some homes where complete elimination cannot be achieved. Many times, this is due to construction issues with the home. In cases like these, it’s important to be on our year-long program so we can trap and bait rodents to help control the population.
DO YOU COVER SQUIRRELS, RACCOONS, OR POSSUMS?
Unfortunately, we do not.
DO YOU USE RODENT POISON AND IS IT SAFE?
We do use rodent bait as part of an exterior rodent program. Rodent bait is placed in tamper-proof boxes on the exterior of your home. These boxes are specifically designed for rats and mice to enter. Rodent bait is placed inside on secured rods so the rats and mice cannot take the bait out and scatter it around your property.
This is very important to help prevent poisoning of non-target pests. When correct baiting techniques and principles are used, second-hand poisoning is reduced to other wildlife. Because of this, we always recommend licensed exterminators perform rodent baiting programs rather than homeowners attempting it themselves.