Although there are several problematic rodents that can get into homes, rats and mice are the most common. They leave behind excrement and urine, and some of these pests can carry contagious diseases. Also, they can chew through food containers and contaminate the contents. To make matters worse, they may also chew electrical wiring, bedding and anything else in a home. When you see one rodent indoors, there are probably others outside or somewhere in the home. Our effective rodent control method can help keep these pests out of your home.
Why Rodents Are Hard To Control Without Professional Help
One reason why mice and rats are hard to eliminate is their small size. Mice can fit through a hole the size of a dime, and rats can fit through a hole the size of a quarter. When they find a food source and a way to it, they will remember it and will keep coming back. Other rodents pick up the scent of the ones that enter the home. They follow that scent trail, creating a continuous problem.
Stop Rodents Before They Enter Your Home
Our company does not encourage people to use snap traps or poison from store shelves. These can pose dangers for small children and pets, and rodents may die behind the walls instead of outdoors if they consume poison. With an exclusion method, we can prevent them from entering your home in the first place. These are the steps we take:
Since rodents can enter through tiny spaces, it can be hard for homeowners to find every possible entry point. Our technicians have the skills, equipment and knowledge to find all entry points.
When there is a way in, rodents may enter your home to search for food or shelter even if you have good sanitation habits. If you see any signs of them, such as droppings or gnawed areas, please give us a call. Our exclusion service is a great option for those seeking an affordable and highly effective rodent control method.
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For more information on our superior pest control services in the northern California area, please contact our friendly customer service. (530) 435-7897