Rodent Control

Mice are noticeably smaller than rats, about 4 to 6 inches long from nose to tail. Depending on the species, they can be light brown or gray in color. In the Asian countries, the house mouse, deer mouse, and field mouse are the most commonly seen, with the house mouse living indoors year-round. Rats range from 13 to 19 inches long and are typically brown or gray in color. Their oversized incisors never stop growing, making them exceptional gnawers.

Rodent Threats

Able to chew their way through almost any food container, it’s no surprise that rodents are unwelcome houseguests. But it’s not just holes in cereal boxes that you need to worry about—these pests are also known to directly or indirectly transmit 35 diseases, including Hantavirus, salmonellosis and typhus. Additionally, their constant gnawing can cause serious structural and electrical damage to your home or business.

Preventing Rodent

Stopping rodents starts with proper exclusion methods to help keep them from getting inside your home. Rats can fit through holes the size of a quarter—and mice the size of a dime—so be sure to seal any cracks around windows and doors. It’s also a good idea to eliminate rodent attractants by keeping food items in sealed containers.

Permanently Say good-bye to Rodents