safer and effective rat control products
There are two pest species of rats are commonly found in domestic and commercial premises - the brown rat and the black rat. The identification of each species is essential to formulate an effective control program.
Rats and mice carry obvious health risks from their droppings and constant incontinence.
Keeping the Rats / Mice under control
Professional knowledge of the rodents habits is essential to eradicate a problem, for example, rats avoid bait touched by human hand - they have an acute sense of smell "cunning as a rat".
Pest control options may include the use of sticky straps, mechanical traps and the selective use of latest generation rat baits. Any rat baiting program should use safety dispensers placed in areas preferably that is secure from children and pets - such as in a roof void and sealed sub-floor and/or storage rooms.
Some of the rats / mice population have built up an immunity to the older RatSak (warfarin) style rat baits, due to the widespread use of such rat baits during the past 30 years.
Rodent proofing: As a preventive measure, we recommend that all potential rodent entry points into the building be sealed to physically exclude rats and mice from entering the building. In some cases, this can be carried out by the home owner or a handy man. In more complicated domestic and commercial environments, the pest controller provide a quotation and specifications for rodent proofing of the premises.
Sanitation / Housekeeping: Rodent pests thrive where food and water is readily available. All food stuffs should be kept in sealed containers or rooms. Garbage and refuse should be similarly stored. Water and food bowlsfor the pets or otherise should not be left out at night as this will encourage a rodent infestation in the building.
The cost and service warranties vary depending on the circumstances.
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