- Are good climbers.
- Fit through holes the size of a quarter.
- Their tail is longer than their head and body combined.
- They have slender bodies, large ears and eyes, and a pointed nose.
- Are small with large ears and black eyes.
- Have a slender body.
- Excellent sense of smell, taste, hearing, and touch.
- Can fit through holes the size of a dime.
Please note we do not do any of the following:
- Trap or remove rodents.
- Clean up after rodents.
- Conduct indoor inspections.
- Enter crawl spaces or attics.
- Climb on roofs.
- Offer repair services.
Please research and contact a private pest control company of your choice for these services.
We offer free rodent exterior inspections only. Our trained technicians will inspect the exterior of your property and do the following:
- Look for possible rodent entry points.
- Identify rodent attractants on your property.
- Provide consultation and advice on how to :
- Do the repairs.
- Properly trap rodents.
- Safely clean-up after rodents.
If you are a tenant experiencing rodent issues in your home and the homeowner is unresponsive to your concerns:
You can place a service request for a rodent inspection and take our official inspection report to your city's code enforcement or county code enforcement agency if your residence is in an unincorporated area. A detailed inspection report may be provided upon request. We are not a law enforcement agency and do not have the power to fine or penalize the homeowner in anyway. To do so, it is necessary to take our documentation of rodent problems to the proper authorities, such as the city or county code enforcement and compliance agency.
What can I to reduce rodent populations?
- Reduce the availability of food, water, and shelter.
- Regularly clean up animal feces, bird seed, grains, and ripe fruits and nuts off the ground.
- Keep all garbage cans tightly covered.
- Store all pet food, water, and containers inside.
- Keep sheds tightly closed and screen off the base.
- Remove clutter.
- Remove or thin, overgrown vegetation.
- Block entrances to your home by replacing missing or broken vent screens.
- Seal holes or gaps between roof tiles and around pipe entrances with metal, concrete, or ¼ inch galvanized hardware cloth.
- Identify entry and access points to the home and repair them.