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When rodents move in, getting rid of them can’t wait.
Rats and mice pose several dangers to your family, pets, and home, from transmitting disease to damaging your home’s wiring and creating a fire hazard.
There are few DIY pest control tasks more unpleasant than killing and removing rodents, so leave it to Gregory Pest Control’s experienced, trained technicians to handle rodent removal quickly and effectively. Because just one or two rodents may mean many more are hidden in and around your house, don’t hesitate to contact us for a free quote on our expert rodent control service.
Rodent Removal of Your Unwanted Guests
Our technician begins your rodent extermination service by thoroughly inspecting your home, looking for any signs of rodent activity and the entry points they use to get into your home. We then use our advanced trapping and baiting techniques to eliminate any mice or rats that have moved in.
Exclusion Service to Keep Rodents Out
Mice and rat removal is the first important part of solving your rodent problem—the second step is to make sure rodents can’t get back in. Our rodent exclusion service includes locating and sealing all entry points into your home.
Rodent Monitoring and Maintenance Service
Our mice and rat exterminators place tamper-proof bait stations in strategic locations around your home to give you total pest protection. We return to your home to monitor and maintain your stations as part of our annual rodent service protection plan. This ensure you have uninterrupted protection from rats and mice.
Your Satisfaction is Guaranteed
Rat control and mouse control are some of the most important services we provide our customers, and we know how disturbing it can be to have even one rodent in your home. That’s just one of the reasons we stand by our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you continue to have issues with rodents, we’ll gladly return free of charge.
How can I keep rodents away?
The rules for rodent prevention are much the same as those for keeping most types of pests out of your home. The steps you can take include:
Sealing food: Storing foods like cereals, pasta, crackers, and chips in the boxes and bags they came in can provide an easy meal to rats and mice. Transfer foods from containers that can be chewed through into tightly sealed glass or plastic containers. Sealing garbage cans: An unlidded garage can or one with a loose lid is an irresistible invitation to rodents. Keeping kitchens and bathrooms neat: Make sure rodents are feasting and drinking while you’re sleeping by removing all sources of food and water before you go to bed. Dirty dishes and food spills will attract rodents and all of their friends. Trimming your landscape: Eliminating the “highways” rodents may use to get inside can help. Keep branches and foliage trimmed back well away from the exterior walls of your house. Also look for spaces around the spots where cables, plumbing, and other utilities come through your walls from the outside—depending on the size of the hole, you can seal it with caulk, silicone, steel wool, and other materials that completely block rodents’ entry. Emptying pet dishes: Indoors and outdoors, make sure your pet’s food and water bowls are empty and dry at the end of the day.
How do you keep rodents off your property?
To help keep rodents out of your yard, start by eliminating sources of food and water in your lawn. This includes tightly lidding your garbage cans, cleaning up thoroughly after eating outdoors, getting rid of standing water, and fixing any leaks in water hoses. Also, trim back shrubbery and tree branches away from your home to help reduce the places they can hide. Then to help keep them from getting inside your home, seal up openings that are the size of a quarter or more. Make sure there aren’t tears in screens, put weatherstripping around doors and windows, and so forth. Inside, proactively prevent rats and mice from feeling at home by making it difficult for them to access food and water.
Where do rodents nest?
Nests may be in various places depending on the type of rodent you have. Roof rats prefer to nest in trees and attics, while Norway rats tend to burrow into the ground to nest. Mice will nest just about anywhere indoors, using anything they can find to build their nests.
What are the signs of a rodent infestation?
You may notice the signs that rats or mice are present before you even see one. Here are some of the indications that rodents are invading:
– Droppings close to their nesting sites and wherever they’re finding food. They’ll also leave droppings behind as they move through your house. – Rodents must gnaw to keep their teeth from becoming overgrown and chew to create entry points. You may see where they’ve chewed on wood, floors, and walls. – Rats and mice won’t hesitate to chew through food packages, whether it’s cardboard, paper, or plastic. – Rodents can make a mess when they’re building and maintaining their nests. Look for shredded materials, such as insulation, paper, fabric, or dried plant debris. – You may also notice unpleasant odors, which can come from the urine they release as they search for food and water. You may also notice a very strong odor from any dead rodents in your home. – Your pets may signal the presence of rodents. Watch for unusual behavior and attention to certain areas of your home, such as under appliances or furniture. – Rodents may not weigh much, but they can make some noise, especially at night when they’re most active. You may hear the sounds of scratching and scurrying.
How long does it take to get rid of a rodent infestation?
Not all rodent presences are equal. Some are relatively small populations while others may be quite large. So, all other things being equal, this suggests a timeframe of a couple of weeks to a couple of months, depending on the size. The extermination program used, though, must also include closing off entry points so that new rodents don’t find their way indoors. Otherwise, as some are exterminated, others will arrive to take their place. At Gregory’s, we provide rat and mouse control programs that eliminate current unwanted residents while proactively keeping others away. For a free inspection of your home and a no-cost estimate for rodent control in Coral Springs and the surrounding areas, please contact us online or call (954) 326-8287. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed!
What is the most effective rodent control?
Professional rodent control services are the most effective way to keep rodents out of your home. Despite your best DIY efforts, rodents may still get inside. So, if you suspect or know of a presence inside of your home, contact us for rodent control in Coral Springs and surrounding areas. We’ll thoroughly inspect your home, looking for entry points and rodent activity. Gregory’s will then use advanced trapping and baiting strategies to get rid of the current population and, with our exclusion program, we’ll find and seal up entry points to help keep them out. Through our monitoring and maintenance program, we’ll strategically place tamper-proof bait stations and regularly check them to keep your home rodent-free.
How do professionals get rid of rodents?
For effective rat and mice control, professional exterminators will typically use a combination of baiting and trapping techniques to get rid of the current infestation. At Gregory’s, we go beyond that, also offering exclusion services to help keep them out and a monitoring and maintenance program to ensure that they’re staying away. After all, you don’t want to have to keep getting rid of an infestation of these unwanted guests.
How can I find the best rodent exterminator near me?
As with any type of pest control service, you want to look for a company that stands behind their service with a satisfaction guarantee. You should also explore the websites of any companies you find online to see how long they have been in business, and how well-trained and experienced their technicians are. Also consider whether they’re locally owned and operated—any rat exterminator near you should be experts in the specific types of rodents active in your local area. Lastly, check the customer reviews of any rodent control company on your list.