Rodent Control Strategies

We offer a guaranteed pet service to protect your property. Click below to get a complete list of our service areas. Do not touch rodents with your bare hands and wash them well after you are dealing with traps. Get rid of dead mice by burying them or putting them in a closed plastic bag and putting them in the trash. When food, water and shelter are available, the number of mice can increase rapidly. While the most permanent form of control is the reduction of food, water, shelter and access to buildings, direct control of the population is often necessary.

Traping is the safest and most effective way to control mice in homes, garages and other structures. Because sudden traps can be used again, capture is less expensive than toxic baits, but more labor-intensive. Traps can be set up and left indefinitely in areas such as sandwiches where mice have been a problem in the past.

The Norwegian mouse is the largest and most dominant species; He will kill the roof mouse in a fight. When the two types occupy the same building, Norwegian mice can dominate the basement and floors, where the upper roof mouse or the second and third floors are occupied. Both types can share some of the same food resources, but cannot be fed side by side.

After the bait starts, continue the sanitation procedures, remove the food source and remove the port to make sure that the extra rodents are not attracted near your site. We also transport rodent taste stations to transport the bait to ensure that children and pets cannot access the poisonous taste. Removing rodents with traps or toxins will not keep rodents out of your home DesratizaĆ§Ć£o in the future. To keep mice and mice permanently out of the home or work, you will need to refuse access by closing all possible entry points. It is equally important to eliminate rodent attractions, such as food and water, keeping food in sealed containers and repairing drained pipes. During the initial visit, we will send an authorized pest control specialist home.

Because the people we serve use heavy plastic carts with narrow caps to contain garbage, the population is able to cut one of the main food sources from the urban diet of rats. These vehicles are free and are distributed by the department’s sanitation office. The use of these free carts, together with the rodents that we strategically place deep in the rat hole, are the main causes of the rat slope in our city. Non-chemical control measures that include habitat modification, exclusion and sanitation are effective in eliminating rodent problems.