Rodent Control & Removal Services

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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.

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Signs of Rodent Infestation

Rodents are common household pests that can cause extensive damage to property and pose health risks to humans and pets. Whether you are a homeowner or a business owner, dealing with rodent infestations can be stressful and overwhelming. Here we will cover the signs of rodent infestation, the health risks they pose, and effective control methods. Our goal is to provide you with the information you need to identify rodent infestations in your South Florida home or business and take effective rodent removal measures.

Droppings and Urine Stains

Rodents leave droppings and urine stains near their nesting and feeding areas. These droppings can be found in areas such as the kitchen, pantry, and basement. They can also be found in cupboards, drawers, and behind appliances. Urine stains may be visible on walls and floors.

Gnaw Marks and Damaged Property

Rodents have strong teeth, and they use them to gnaw through almost anything. This includes boxes, bags, and even electrical wires. Rodents may also chew through wood, plastic, and insulation, causing serious damage to property.

Nests and Burrows

Rodents build nests using materials such as paper, fabric, and insulation. These nests are often found behind walls, in attics, and in basements. Burrows may be found in outdoor areas such as gardens and around the foundation of a building.

Scurrying Noises and Unusual Pet Behavior

Rodents are active at night and may be heard scurrying through walls or ceilings. Cats and dogs may also exhibit unusual behavior, such as staring at walls or sniffing around areas where rodents are present.

Health Risks of Rodent Infestation

Rodents are not merely an annoyance; they pose significant health risks to humans and pets. Their presence can lead to a host of health problems that can be severe and sometimes even life-threatening. In this section, we will delve into the various health risks associated with a rodent infestation, understanding why it’s crucial to take immediate action at the first sign of these unwelcome guests in your home or business.

Disease Transmission

Rodents can carry and transmit a variety of diseases to humans and pets. These include Hantavirus, Salmonella, and Leptospirosis. These diseases can cause serious health issues and may even be life-threatening.

Allergies and Asthma Triggers

Rodent droppings and urine can trigger allergies and asthma symptoms in humans and pets. This can be especially problematic for people with pre-existing respiratory conditions.

Contaminated Food and Water Sources

Rodents contaminate food and water sources with their droppings and urine. This can lead to food poisoning and other health issues.

Fire Hazards

Rodents often chew through electrical wires, increasing the risk of electrical fires. This can put people and property in danger.

Effective Rodent Control Methods

Now that we’ve explored the signs of a rodent infestation and the health risks associated with them, it’s time to focus on the most crucial aspect – effective rodent control methods. In this section, we’ll delve into various strategies that can help prevent and control a rodent infestation in your Coral Springs home or business, ensuring a safer and healthier environment.

Inspection and Assessment

Our technician begins your rodent extermination service by thoroughly inspecting your home or business. Looking for signs of rodent activity such as droppings, gnaw marks, and nests. Identify entry points and burrows.

Exclusion and Entry Point Sealing

Once entry points have been identified, we seal them off to prevent rodents from entering. This may include sealing cracks in walls, securing gaps in doors and windows, and covering vents with wire mesh.

Trapping and Removal

We then use our advanced trapping and baiting techniques to eliminate any mice or rats that have moved. We place these tamper-proof bait stations in strategic locations around your home to give you total pest protection.

Monitoring and Prevention

We’ll return to your home and maintain your stations as part of our annual rodent service protection plan. This ensures you have uninterrupted protection from rats and mice. For additional ongoing protection, we also recommend keeping food areas clean and secure and maintaining a clutter-free home or business.

Get Rodents Under Control Now

Rodents are a common household pest and can cause extensive damage to property while posing health risks to humans and pets. Identifying signs of infestation and taking effective control measures can prevent these risks. Identifying the entry points, sealing them, and keeping areas clean can help prevent future infestations. Remember to always take protective measures when dealing with rodents, and consider contacting a professional for effective removal.

Do you have a rat control problem? Call Gregory’s Pest Control at (954) 326-8287 to schedule a consultation with our team of professional rat exterminators.

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.

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