Rodent Remediation Service & Decontamination
Mice & Rats aren't very well liked animals among homeowners. While some nuisance wildlife may be seen as cute or cuddly, most people are scared (and even disgusted) at the very thought of a rat running across the kitchen floor. Big and tough men have been caught screaming and jumping onto the table when a mouse brushed their foot. We've actually seen it happen!
As silly as that may seem, there's very good reasons to have that sort of gut reaction. The fact is that rodents are perfect for harboring and transporting disease. This is why a growing rodent infestation inside your home is very serious business! Unfortunately, many companies don't actually attempt to solve the root problems, settling for never-ending maintenance programs that cause more problems than their worth.
We specialize in Humane Rodent Trapping, Interior and Exterior Damage Repair, Rodent Exclusion, and Hazardous Decontamination. Whether your issue is Residential, or Commercial, we can provide you with a lasting solution!
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Homeowners don't often realize that using poison* for rodent control regularly leads mice dying inside their walls. It's shocking how horrendous a single dead mouse can smell, but once it starts to permeate the house, it quickly becomes unbearable! As the animal begins to decompose, it becomes a breeding ground from disease vectors like flies and maggots. If left untreated, the smell can linger for months, before beginning to dissipate.
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Rodent Remediation Process | Success Guaranteed!
We start by coming out for an on-site evaluation. Every structure is different, and the size of the infestation can vary as well. Once we have gone through the entire property we give out a written report detailing how to best resolve the problem. In some cases
ir cams are used to follow the rats and figure out their patterns.
A customized trapping program is performed to completely clean out the infestation living in the space, and then all penetrations leading into the property are sealed, so that new rodents can't get back in.
A very small infestation can generally be eradicated within just a few days, while larger infestations can often take weeks to resolve. In the case of rats you may have a week of just pre-baiting the traps to convince the rats they are safe.
Rodent Remediation | Health Risks
When an extensive rodent infestation has occurred, the job isn't over just because rats are gone. A big part of our process is cleaning up the mess the animals have left behind. Not only are the feces a major health risk for everyone occupying the house, but they also serve as an attractant to other critters enticing them to enter the space.
Rats excrete the virus in their urine, saliva, and droppings. A person may be exposed to hantavirus by breathing contaminated dust after disturbing or cleaning rodent droppings or nests, or by living or working in rodent-infested settings.
Humans are infected through contact with water, food, or soil containing urine from these infected animals (i.e. rats, mice). The disease can also be transmitted through direct contact with urine, blood or tissue from an infected animal. The bacteria can enter through broken skin or through the soft tissues on the inside of the mouth, nose or eyes.
An Acute infectious disease that is transmitted to humans by rat fleas and feces. The symptoms include fever, headache, and rash, body aches & pains, chills.
Bacteria which cause disease in humans and animals and is Transmitted to humans by eating foods contaminated with animal feces.
Since rodents are known to transmit disease, it's important to take some precautions after the rodent infestation has been trapped and removed. Rodent feces and urine pose the biggest health risk, so removal is imperative. If insulation has been contaminated, it should be replaced and the area decontaminated to the specifications laid out by the Center for Disease Control.The same applies to all areas the rodent population may have come in contact with. The rodent cleanup process is the only way to stop the spread of contamination throughout your home or office. This will also remove the rodent pheromones left behind, discouraging new colonies from moving in.
We also highly recommend that all possible entry points on the outside of the structure be located and permanently sealed, cutting off access.
We're one of the only companies in the country that provide both services to our clients. We take care of every step of the process from start to finish, insuring complete satisfaction!
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Rodent Remediation Gallery * Click Below for Larger Images
InfraRed Camera Used to Track a Home Rat Colony Roof Damage Used by Rats to Get Inside Copper Wire Exposed from Rodent Chewing Rats Chewing Holes to Get into a Bedroom Three Large Dead Rats Euthanized in Clients Home
More Chewed Wiring: Extensive Contamination! Chewed Electrical Wiring - VERY Dangerous! Chewed and Contaminated Electrical Wiring Dead Rat Found Less Than 1 Foot From Poison Box Decomposing Rat & Urine/Fecal Contamination
Poisoned Rat Decomposing In Crawl Space Chewed Wiring & Insulation Contamination Dead Rat Decomposing in Ceiling Sub-Floor Mouse and Rat Contamination Typical Fecal Contamination from Infestation
Typical Nesting from Rats - Cleanup Mouse Caught in Live Trap - High Skill Level Rat Feces Contaminating Insulation Vunerable Pipes to Interior Used by Mice & Rats Rat Entry Point Found in Missing Mortar
Sub-Floor Mouse and Rat Contamination What a Typical Infestation Looks Like Serious Health Risk From Dead Rat Rats Nest Outside an Office Park Interstitial Contamination Above Cubicles
Commercial Foundation Entry Point - Rats Unsecured Pipe Gave Easy Access Rat Grease On Pipe Showing Entry and Exit Vulnerable Mouse And Rat Entry Points Missing Cement - Exposed Pipes & Wood Rot
One of Many Rat Holes Found Outside Office Rat Entry Point - Fortune 500 Company Bio-hazard: Extreme Rat Contamination! Poisoned Rat Removed From Behind the Wall Two Rats - Trapped & Removed
Night Vision - Rats Entering Bed Room Floor Board Chewed to Enter Main House Cracked Foundation Entry Point - Rats Rats Nest Found 20 Feet From Building Entrance Main Colony Entry Point - Feces & Hair Visible
Three Rats Trapped - Humane Removal
Large Rat Trapped in Warehouse Poisoned Mouse Died in Wall - Horrendous! Rat Paw Prints Tracked On Duct Work