Rodents

RODENTS / RATS & MICE

When it comes to rodent infestations, the most common types are rat and mouse infestations. Once these pests are inside your home, they can multiply quickly and can be very difficult to get rid of. That’s why we suggest calling us first. We’ll take care of your infestation fast so you won’t have to worry about rats or mice anymore.

DIET & HABITS

Both rats and mice eat grains like cereals, oats, breads, and more as well as fruits. While mice and brown rats tend to seek food in the same places, black rats tend to look in many different places for food, which tends to make baiting much harder. Rats may also feed on meat scraps or even pet food and mice may also feed on chocolate, peanut butter, and seeds.

Both rats and mice tend to hide in walls, attics, trees, and other dark areas, making them difficult to detect unless you discover signs of an infestation.

INFESTATION SIGNS & PREVENTION

If you think you may have a rodent infestation, look for these signs:

  • Rats or mice themselves
  • Droppings that are dark brown or black and are cylindrical (rats) or granular (mice)
  • Nesting materials (fabric, shredded paper, dried plant matter)
  • Holes or damaged food packaging, walls, or floors
  • A stale smell that comes from a hidden area

No one wants to deal with rats or mice in their home or office. Here are a few prevention tips to help you avoid an infestation:

  • Seal any holes you may have that lead from the outside to the inside of your home or building
  • Make sure your bins have tight-fitting lids
  • Keep your kitchen and pantry clean

If you do discover an infestation, don’t hesitate to call our pest control experts today.

Enquire about our 100% eco-friendly rodent baits as well as our Roof vacuuming service to remove rodent droppings, debris and to eliminate harmful germs and disease from entering your home.

  • PESTS

    ANTS

    APHIDS

    BEDBUGS, TICKS & FLEAS

    Cockroaches

    crickets

    FLYING ANTS

    flies

    FISH MOTHS or SILVERFISH

    mosquitoes

    moths

    rodents

    slugs & snails

    spiders

    termites

    WASPS