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Homes and buildings provide ideal conditions for Rats and Mice, rodents are attracted to the warmth and safety of human structures, especially during colder months. They can enter homes through small cracks and holes in walls, roofs, and foundations. Once inside, they can cause damage to property, spread disease, and contaminate food.
Our professional technicians can come out and safely remove them from your property and ensure we secure all points of entry with our exclusion repairs.
Rats and Mice are common household pests that can find their way into homes for a variety of reasons. These rodents are attracted to warmth, food, and shelter, and can enter homes through small cracks and holes in walls, roofs, and foundations.
Once inside, they can cause damage to property, contaminate food, and spread diseases through their droppings and urine. The presence of mice and rats in a home can also lead to a persistent unpleasant odor. It’s important to remove these pests from the home as soon as possible. This can be done through a variety of methods, such as setting traps or using bait stations, and should be carried out by a professional pest control service.
Taking measures to prevent future infestations, such as keeping homes clean and free of clutter, sealing entry points, and properly storing food, can also help to ensure that mice and rats do not return to the home. If you suspect you have a rats or mice you might want to call a professional like New England Wildlife Control to safely remove the Rats and Mice and prevent them from returning.
Gnawed objects: Rats and mice have a constant need to chew to keep their teeth sharp and will gnaw on anything in their path, including wires, pipes, and even wood.
Noises: Rats and mice are active at night and can be heard scurrying, scratching, and squeaking in the walls and ceilings.
Droppings: Rats and mice droppings are a telltale sign of their presence. These small, dark droppings can be found in areas where rats are active, such as in the kitchen, pantry, or basement.
Nesting material: Rats and mice build nests using materials such as shredded paper, fabric, and insulation. If you find shredded material in a hidden area of your home, it could be a sign of rat activity.
Grease marks: Rats and mice have oily fur and will leave greasy marks on walls, baseboards, and floors as they travel through the home.
Rats and Mice infestations can pose a serious nuisance and health concern for homeowners and businesses. Rats and Mice can carry diseases that can be transmitted to humans through contact with their droppings, urine, or saliva, as well as through fleas and ticks that may have fed on infected rats. These rodents can cause damage to property by gnawing on wires, pipes, and even walls, which can result in costly repairs. They can also contaminate food and spread diseases through their droppings and urine, which can be a potential health hazard for humans and pets.
Rats and Mice removal services are professional pest control services that specialize in identifying, trapping, and removing mice from homes and businesses. We do an extensive inspection of the property to identify potential entry points, areas of infestation, and other factors contributing to the mice problem. Once the infestation is identified, the service provider will use a variety of methods, such as traps or bait stations, to capture and remove the Rats or Mice.
Rat and Mice repellents are products designed to deter rodents from entering or residing in a particular area. These products come in a variety of forms, including ultrasonic devices, natural oils and herbs, and chemical repellents. Ultrasonic devices emit high-frequency sound waves that are believed to be unpleasant to rats, while natural repellents, such as peppermint oil or mothballs, work by producing an odor that rats find unpleasant. Chemical repellents, which are available in both spray and granular form, contain substances that rats find repulsive, such as ammonia or predator urine.