Where they live: debris near homes or buildings & in homes that are not well-sealed
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.
- Identify the rodent involved.
- Find the source of the infestation- where the rodents are living
- Direct the control measures at the source where rodents are living.
- Baiting the exterior of the building
- Tracking Powder
- Liquid Baiting
- Correct any contributing conditions
- Sanitation. Conditions that provide food and/ or water.
- Harborage. Items or areas that provide preferred shelter.
- Entry Points. Cracks, holes, or practices that permit the entry of pests
- Our goal is complete eradication. We will perform follow up inspections and treatments to ensure the infestation was eliminated.