Rodent Control and Baiting Programs

By: Spiderman SE | Eco Pest Management  28-Jul-2015
Keywords: Pest Control, Pest Management, Pest Services

Rodent control is important to avoid a number of serious diseases, which rats and mice are known to transmit. Rodents can be very persistent and if they manage to gain access into your home or business they can spread diseases, cause considerable damage and contaminate food. Rats and mice can damage your property's insulation, chew through floor joists and walls and cause fires by chewing on electrical cables. Rats can undermine hill sides, retaining walls and other similar structures through their burrowing activity. Rodents in the yard and outside can also present tremendous risk, particularly since those areas are visited by children and pets. Our Technicians are skilled at detecting rodent evidence, identifying species, recognising entry-points and determining the best course of action to achieve control.

Keywords: Commercial Pest Control, Home Pest Control, Pest Control, Pest Management, Pest Services, Rat, Rat Control, Residential Pest Control, Rodent, Rodent Control

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