Rat Control - How to Get Rid of Rats in the House
We pride ourselves on being the very best in rat control not only in Orlando, but the country. Please read on for more info:
||We do not make use of poison for rat control. Poison is simply not a permanent rat solution. It will not kill 100%
of the rats and worst of all, it leaves dead rats and mice in the walls, which cause tremendous odor. We use integrated pest
management, which means that we trap existing animals, and most importantly, identify and seal up (with steel) all of the areas
where rats and mice enter. This is without a doubt the best approach. I see pest control companies charging constant monthly
fess to spread some poison outside the home. That is absolutely lazy and completely ineffective. If you want the job done right,
with a PERMANENT solution, give us a call.
|Nuisance concerns: They chew. They eat your food. They leave terds everywhere, often severely contaminating
an attic with their droppings and urine. They can also spread diseases.
Some examples of diseases that can be spread by rats & mice are Salmonellosis (acute food poisoning), Rickettsia Pox,
Hantavirus (via droppings), tapeworm, infectious jaundice, and tularemia. They scamper through your attic and
walls, keeping you awake at night, and they often chew their way through drywall and enter the home to contaminate food and leave droppings. They like
to chew and gnaw everything, and will often chew on electrical wires, creating a fire hazard. Our Florida Rodent Control system will prevent
these problems that rats cause, and keep them out permanently.||
For more information on mouse and rat problems, visit my Orlando Rat Control & Rodent Removal website.
I also have a lot of information on rodent control - rat and mouse control, on these pages:
Rodent Damage - Chewed Wires. - Photos of rodent damage, including chewed wires and droppings.
Rodent Damage - Lots of Droppings - More photos of rat damage, from chewed wires to lots of rat poop.
Rat Trapping - Tips and Hints for successful rat trapping.
How To Get Rats Out of House - More information on rat habitation inside houses.
Get Rats Out of the Attic - The most common problem we deal with, rats in the attic.
Rats in the Ceiling - Some people say that they hear rats in the ceiling.
Orlando Rat Extermination - Info on extermination and prevention.
How to Kill Rats - There's more to it than just killing them.
Orlando Mouse Control - We also handle mice in addition to rats.
Get Rid of Mice in the Attic - Mice love to live in the attics of houses.
||Florida Rat info: The most common nuisance rats are the Norway Rat, also known as the
Brown Rat, and the Black Rat (usually gray in color), also known as the Roof Rat. Down here in Florida, the Roof Rat dominates. Many Orlando residents
refer to them as Fruit Rats or Citrus Rats. Rats are commonly associated with urban areas, but in Florida, they survive in the wild just fine, and are very common
in suburban neighborhoods. They will go wherever they can find food and shelter, and that often includes buildings. Although they may look large (Roof Rat adults
are usually about 8 inches long with an 8-inch tail), they need only a tiny hole (the size of a quarter) to fit through. Roof rats will consume many different
types of plant and animal foods such as insects, fruits, grains, pet food that has been left outdoors, and almost any food in your house. They also contaminate
food with their urine and feces. Rats are well-known carriers of many different diseases, and it has been reported that rats bite more than fifteen thousand people
per year including the very young, and old. Rats are primarily nocturnal. Roof rats tend to live most of their lives high off the ground, and they love to live in
attics. Even though they often live for less than a year, they can breed in large numbers. Young are sexually mature within three months, and can have up to 60 young per year.
If you read these pages, you will learn that our rat control technique is absolutely the best available. We are not like the regular pest control companies that try to
sign you up for a monthly contract that never actually solves the problem. We take care of the rat problem permanently, within usually about a week. After we leave,
you will not have a rat problem again. We solve the problem for good by performing and extremely detailed inspection of your house, apartment, or office building, and
our knowledge of rat behavior and of building architecture, along with our experience on thousands of jobs, allows us to identify and seal shut any and all rat entry
points - once the rats are blocked out and all of the rodents in the building are trapped and removed, the problem is solved permanently. No more need to worry about
constant poisoning or trapping or other slow, ineffective methods. We guarantee our work.
24/7 Wildlife Removal operates throughout Florida, with branches in Orlando, Tampa, Miami, Jacksonville, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, and more. This is a specialty
wildlife removal business. Wild animal control is all I do - I do not spray poison for insect control. I provide rat trapping and removal for rat control. I do
not run an exterminating business or a pest control business, I run a nuisance wildlife business. I do not provide poison extermination of rats, but total trapping
and removal. Our top specialty, is Orlando Rat Control
, including mice, so really, we provide complete
Orlando Rodent Control
. If you want to get rid of your rat problem once and for all, give me a call!
How to get rid of rats in the house - Rats inside the house, such as in an attic will alert you to their presence by loud noises overhead, squealing, and mounds of
droppings all over the attic. Inside the living space, you'll see droppings and items gnawed on. These rodents are also coated in a sheen of natural oils, and this
substance will rub off onto any surface they frequently come in contact with. You may want to immediately set out traps or poison; however, trapping is not the first
step to rat control. Before you can trap your rats, you need to find where they are entering the building and seal that location off. Now any rats left inside can be
trapped and removed without the fear of more wandering in. Trapped rats will eventually need to eat, so providing a series of baited traps will be an easy way to
eliminate the problem. Some homeowners are inclined to purchase poison. This method is effective but not advisable. Poison will result in numerous dead rats somewhere
in your home, decaying and radiating a foul odor until they are located and removed. For rats in the attic, snap traps are the most effective means of elimination.
These traps can be baited with peanut butter and more importantly, left along walls and beams for a high rate of success.
Getting rid of rats from walls of house - Rodents are very destructive and like to make their homes in the most inconvenient places inside a home. Walls are one of
these places, providing the rodents with shelter and warmth without undue exposure to their human co-habitants. Getting rats out of the wall means trapping and removing
them. This process starts with exploring your home’s exterior until you locate the area where the rats are entering and exiting. Rat entrances are easily determined by
the presence of grease marks, chew marks, and feces. Areas like this that are discovered need to be sealed up immediately. Trapping the rats can be done along their frequent
routes of travel. Because they are such a large, nuisance animal, rats paths are easy to find. Body oils and waste material mark a rat trail like beacons. Use these areas
of activity to set your spring traps. The traps should be baited. Be sure to keep your fingers at the back of the trap to prevent injury during setup. If placed in appropriate
locations and baited with food that cannot be easily stolen, snap traps are highly effective. Despite the decades’ old technology, snap traps are still the primary go-to trap
for professional rat removal experts around the country.
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