Rodent Control & Removal
Are you worried about rodents damaging your home and yard? Call us at Pestofume Corporation of India and let us help you out. Our experienced technicians provide the best rodent control for your home or business. Our exclusion techniques and use of high-quality products. Let us know what you need and we’ll take care of you.
Rodents are known for their ability to breed rapidly, which means their population can quickly get out of control. If you’ve seen even one rat or mouse in or around your home, chances are very great that there are many more you can’t see.
Rodent Control Services
When it comes to mice and other pests, their habits and biology can make them tricky to control. Luckily, our products and services are top of the line and work well when it comes to eliminating the highly adaptable creature. Some of the services we provide include :
- Extended perimeter prevention
- Interior crack and crevice
- Spot treating
- Traps and Baits
- And more
How to Get Rid of Rodents
Rodent infestations can cause major damage to your home and yard, as well as carry diseases that are health hazards to humans. While you may be tempted to try and get rid of them on your own, the infestation is likely much larger than you may be ready to take on (not to mention, home remedies are rarely successful).
To get rid of your rodents for good, we recommend scheduling an appointment with one of our pest control professionals. We’ll quickly come out to inspect your home and yard and assess the situation, as well as help you prevent further infestations down the road. Pestofume Corporation of India offers complete rodent control and removal services to a number of surrounding communities inside & outside of Palghar District.
Rodents can carry more than 35 diseases that pose a danger to humans, according to The Centers for Disease Control. These diseases can be contracted by coming into contact with rodent feces, saliva, or urine; being bitten; or handling a rodent. Rats and mice can also indirectly spread disease through fleas, mites, or ticks that have fed on an infected rodent. Rodent-borne diseases include salmonellosis, rat-bite fever, hantavirus, and bubonic plague.
Mice and rats do have certain preferences, but they will eat any type of food they can find. It’s generally a misconception that they eat inedible materials such as wiring or wood — they chew or gnaw these materials to sharpen their teeth or create nests.
Signs of infestation
Even if you haven’t seen a rat or mouse, there are telltale signs of their presence. These include droppings found along baseboards, in boxes or bags, or near where food is stored or prepared, such as kitchen pantries, drawers, cabinets, or bins. You may notice chewed spots or holes in food packages, such as pasta and grain products, or pet food bags. You may also hear rodents as they’re nesting or moving around, especially at night.
A two-pronged approach can be effective in keeping rats and mice from taking up residence in your home. First, don’t give them access to your food: Keep your kitchen clear of crumbs and store cereals and grains in sealed containers that can’t be chewed through. Second, entry points must be eliminated. Remember that some rodents can squeeze through openings that are as small as one quarter of an inch.