Rats gain entry into a house though doors, vents and other accessible openings. A rat infestation could be identified if you see a dead rat or a live rat in your premises. Rats prefer to stay away from humans and if you spot a live rat, chances are there is a large population already present. During the rat’s lifetime its teeth grow and they tend to chew on hard materials which can result in ripped electric wires, pipes etc leading to collateral damage to your house.
Our technician will inspect interior and exterior of your property, including crawl spaces, walls, closets looking for rat droppings, visible trail, rub marks, burrows, nests or any rat damage to your property. Scrapping noise within walls also indicate presence of rats.
After the inspection is completed, the technician will present to you their findings and how you could eliminate these using rat pest control. We use various methods of rat control service which includes bait stations, rat glue traps, rat cages etc.
Ensure that your business or home does not offer anything that mice and rats need to sustain themselves such as food, water, and shelter.