Rodent Control Services
Rodents can be intelligent, curious and cunning. But not to worry, at Southeast Florida Pest Control, our rodent control services are designed to stop your pest problem at the source.
Protect Your Family From Rodents
Unless it's a pet, no family likes to share their living space with rodents. Mice and rats can carry diseases that can put you and your family at risk as well as cause damage to your home. Mice and rats are constantly gnawing, and can damage walls, cabinets, wires and more; worst yet, they are often causing damage behind walls, in your ceiling and under the floor that you might not even be aware of.
Rodent Control Built Just For You:
It's often the case that each rodent problem comes with it's own set of challenges. The age of your home, geography and proximity to rodent hot-spots can all contribute toward how and/or why rodents have decided to take up residence within your walls. At Southeast Florida Pest Control we'll make sure your specific problem is addressed as we follow our three step process of Rodent Inspection, Rodent Treatment and Rodent Monitoring & Prevention.
A thorough inspection to properly identify the species, their preferred habitats, and to determine the extent of the infestation accurately. Follow up inspections are also conducted to determine if elimination was successful.
Southeast Florida Pest Control will implement a treatment protocol based on the specific rodent and that is suited for the home. For those with children and pets present, Southeast Florida Pest Control relies on non-chemical rodent control methods including varying trapping methods. Rodent baiting is another effective technique used by Southeast Florida Pest Control for getting rid of mice and rats. The frequency of our rodent control services vary but are typically performed on a bi-monthly or quarterly basis in residential settings.
Once Southeast Florida Pest Control provides rodent treatment, we can help keep the rodents out of your property with our rodent monitoring service. Rodents are extremely persistent, so we'll look for any new entry points that might have been created as well as any signs of rodent activity.
Also known as pest proofing, minor exclusion may be performed as permitted by the homeowner to eliminate entry points and harborages. Conditions that could be contributing to a rodent infestation include excessive vegetation on the exterior, improperly stored food, and improperly sealed garbage.
If you have noticed any rodent activity, trust the experts at Southeast Florida Pest Control. We have the workforce, expertise and proven pest control methods to solve any rodent problem, big or small!