Rodent Control

Rodent Control Services

Rodents pose serious health risks as they can carry and transmit diseases to humans, making it essential to prevent their infestations in your home or business. Additionally, rodents can cause structural damage by gnawing on wires, insulation, and wood, potentially leading to costly repairs. Their presence also compromises food safety and hygiene, which is particularly problematic in food-related industries. Here at TruNorth, we are equipped with the knowledge, tools, and techniques to effectively address infestations, ensuring the safety and well-being of both you and your home.

Local Mice & Rat Exterminators You Can Trust

In the South, where the warm climate and abundant green spaces provide the perfect breeding ground for rats and mice, our rodent control service is essential in maintaining a pest-free environment. Our team of expert rodent exterminators is dedicated to providing top-notch service to our valued customers. Here’s how our service works:

  1. Our team conducts a free inspection to determine the extent of the problem.
  2. Then, we develop a customized treatment plan that is unique to your situation.
  3. Our exterminators use a combination of prevention and removal techniques that keep your property rodent-free.
  4. You choose between one-time or recurring treatments that keep your home protected year-round.

Why wait?

Take action now and protect your home from unwanted rodents. Contact our rodent control service today and enjoy a pest-free living environment.

Signs You Need Rodent Control

Recognizing the signs of a rodent infestation is crucial for maintaining a healthy, safe, and structurally sound environment. Here are the common indicators of a rodent infestation:

  • Droppings: Rodent droppings are a clear sign of their presence. Rat droppings are larger, about 1/2 inch long, while mouse droppings are smaller and more pointed.
  • Gnaw Marks: Look for gnawed or chewed materials such as wires, insulation, cardboard, and wood. Rodents gnaw to keep their teeth from growing too long.
  • Nesting Materials: Rodents build nests using shredded materials like paper, fabric, and insulation. Discovering nests in hidden areas is a sign of infestation.
  • Scurrying Noises: You may hear scurrying, scratching, or squeaking sounds in walls, ceilings, or behind cabinets, especially at night when rodents are active.
  • Urine Odor: Rodent urine has a strong, ammonia-like smell. If you detect an unusual, persistent odor in certain areas, it could be due to urine.

If you’re noticing any of the above, contact TruNorth today!

Legal and Ethical Considerations

Legal and ethical considerations are paramount in wildlife pest control practices. Professionals must comply with wildlife protection laws, especially those related to endangered species, and handle protected wildlife with care and respect. Additionally, human-wildlife conflict resolution aims to find a balance between property owners’ needs and wildlife conservation, advocating for peaceful coexistence and habitat preservation.

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