Rodent Control

Rodent Control

Where they live: debris near homes or buildings & in homes that are not well-sealed

Rodent Control

Rodents play a significant role in transmission of a large number of diseases to humans. More than 10 million people have died from rodent-borne diseases during the last century alone. Pathogens can be transmitted via direct contamination of food and/or water via rodent feces and/or urine.

Process:

  1. Identify the rodent involved.
  2. Find the source of the infestation- where the rodents are living
  3. Direct the control measures at the source where rodents are living.
    1. Baiting the exterior of the building
    2. Trapping
    3. Tracking Powder
    4. Liquid Baiting
    5. Monitoring
  4. Correct any contributing conditions
    1. Sanitation. Conditions that provide food and/ or water.
    2. Harborage. Items or areas that provide preferred shelter.
    3. Entry Points. Cracks, holes, or practices that permit the entry of pests
  5. Evaluate
    1. Our goal is complete eradication. We will perform follow up inspections and treatments to ensure the infestation was eliminated.