Pest control service
Step 1. Inspection
Animal Droppings - Especially near shelter, feeding areas and runways.
Where to look when you see sign of mice or rats droppings in your home
Rodents can create an astonishing amount of damage and contamination in a short period of time. Droppings, urine and carcasses and other contamination are filthy and could pose a health hazard. You don't want these problems to appear on a home inspection when it comes time to sell your home in the future. Even if you aren't selling your home, removing the contamination reduces the pheremone scent trail left behind as well as offending odors. We remove the rodent droppings and other disgusting filth, and damaged insulation is removed & replaced. In most instances a new vapor barrier is installed, and we apply an organic deodorant and sanitizing solution in the crawlspace or attic.
Stop rats and mice as rat exterminators, we correct the structural problems that have allowed these pests into your home.
Contruction deaffects that will lead to mice and rats infestations
Step 1. Inspection
A thorough inspection of the home to identify rodent entry points. The trapping system is installed on this visit.
Step 2. Exclusion
This step is also known as "rodent proofing" your home. In this step your home is repaired with rodent-proof materials. The trapping system is checked and reset.
Step 3. Cleanup - Sanitization & restoration
The rodent waste is removed and damaged materials are replaced. Infested areas are sanitized and deodorized
Step 4. Protection
Protection is the exterior system of controling rodents by lowering the rodent population which prevents re-infestation.
Signs of mouse activity are:
Tracks - Foot and tail marks in dusty areas.
Runways - Tunneling in attic insulation (looks like Swiss Cheese)
Sounds - Gnawing, light running, and squeaking in ceilings.
Rub marks - Along walls, entrances and frequently used areas.
Gnawing - Chew marks on structures or food items.
Nests - Consisting of fine shredded materials.