Best Blue Diamond, NV, Rodent control

Are rats and mice damaging your home or business?

If you need rodent control service in your area we can help. 

The pest control experts in our network have a range of methods to get rid of rodents as well as rodent control solutions such as:

  • Property inspections
  • Bait stations
  • Sealing up cracks and holes on the outside of buildings
  • Trimming back vegetation where rodents hide
  • Finding nesting areas

These are just a few of the rodent control and prevention solutions. Aside from being efficient rodent exterminators who solve your rodent problem our service providers also offer advice on how to prevent a return rodent infestation.

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When you think about pests it's likely only a short amount of time before you think about mice, rats and other rodents including skunks, opossums, squirrels, moles, voles and others.

The most common rodent issues occur with mice and rats, both of which carry diseases and destroy property. They sharp teeth that allow them to chew through wood and other materials to gain access to your home. If you see one, you can almost bet there are many more close by.

However, If you can spot the damage signs early on, you can stop the damage from getting too great. But you need to act quickly before these carriers of filth and disease establish themselves in your home and start chewing through your food and property.

The surrounding area

Our network of pest control technicians specialize in all types of pest problems in the area surrounding your city, including Summerlin South, Nevada, Enterprise, Nevada, Spring Valley, Nevada, Paradise, Nevada, Goodsprings, Nevada, and more!

Eliminating rodents

Rodents are the pests that people have the most fear and repulsion for. That is not without reason as they are carriers of a range of deadly diseases and they destroy huge quantities of food and property in the US every year.

Once inside your home, rodents start to breed. Many types of rodents breed fast so before you know it you have a full blown infestation very fast. Outside of mice and rats, rodents include also moles and voles all of whom leave a trail of damage behind them

And if you hear scampering of feet above your head in your home, it might be squirrels – but it might also be roof rats. Either way, neither of these rodents are welcome house guests. Five clear signs of rodents in your house:

  • Rodent droppings – usually found around food
  • Gnaw marks – on both food packaging and the house structure itself
  • Foul odor – this does not necessarily mean the rodent is dead. That is a whole different smell and problem to find and remove
  • Tracks and runways where the mice and rats are active
  • Nests – mice will use paper and fabric to build a nest for their growing family.
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Other specialties

Different type of pest problem? Our network of pest control technicians specialize in all manner of pests in your city, including Ant control, Bed bug control, Bee control, Bird control, Cockroach control, Fumigation, Commercial pest control services, Mosquito control, Spider control, Rodent control, Termite control, and Wildlife control.

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Rodent Facts

The biggest rodents are truly huge
  • The world’s biggest rodent is South America’s capybara, which looks like a giant guinea pig and weighs about the same as an average human male.
  • North America’s biggest rodent is the beaver that can weigh up to 110 pounds, which also makes it the second largest rodent in the world today.
  • The largest rodent that ever lived weighed around 1 ton. Fortunately this rodent, - much bigger than most modern horses - died out a few million years ago. It would not have just chewed through your house it would have run straight through it.

Did you know?

Three species of rat and mouse produce the most prevalent and damaging pests in homes and businesses worldwide due to their ability to adapt to the human environment.

These are the brown rat, which is also called the common or Norway rat, black rat, also called the ship rat or roof rat) and house mouse, which is easily the most populous of the rodents.

The house mouse has several subspecies that are common in different parts of the world but they are virtually impossible to differentiate.

Rats are found in rural and urban areas, but are probably more common and can become the largest nuisance in large population areas. Not to say they are pleasant in less populous areas.

Rodents are disease carrying pests

A single rodent can drop 25,000 pieces of poo every year. That is around 70 per day. Imagine how many the whole family will leave behind in your home if they went untreated for a year.

Rats and mice are known to spread more than 35 diseases that can be spread through humans via handling of either live or dead rodents, contact with their faeces, urine, saliva and through their bites.

It is quite common for households to have an encounter with a rodent that has made its way into a home. In fact the National Pest Management Association estimates that more than 21 million homes will be invaded each winter by rodents that can squeeze through a gap no bigger than a nickel.

Four Strange Rodent facts

  • Rats can swim for up to 3 days. They can squeeze through tight pipes and easily climb up the s-bend of a toilet.
  • Mice are voracious eaters. They will eat up to 20 meals a day. Imagine feeding that family. Actually, many homeowners unknowingly do just that.
  • Mice are often cannibals. While you might think cheese is the preferred meal, they will eat pretty much anything they can get their paws on. And if food is in short supply, they have been known to eat each other.
  • A female mouse can have up to 15 litters in one year, and can get pregnant again 24 hours after giving birth. For one mouse, the average litter size is 10-12. They can start to reproduce at only six weeks of age, so it doesn’t take long for a few mice to create an infestation. That’s a lot of brothers and sisters.

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