Rodent Control

Rodents cause problems well beyond simple nuisance

As our Allgood Pest Solutions technicians can tell you, mice, rats and other rodents can spread disease, contaminate feed and grain, damage structures, start fires, and, most common of all, cause anxiety. Other than seeing one with your own eyes, you can bet you have rodents on your property when you come across droppings, the smell of urine, or evidence of gnawing and rubbing.

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Need a solution for mice and rats?

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Inspect, Interview And Strategize

You’ll rarely find just one mouse or rat. Mice are mature enough to breed at age 5-8 weeks. In one year, females typically have eight litters, with 4-7 pups per litter. Rats can breed from 8-12 weeks and have 4-6 litters of 8-12 pups per litter.  To determine the scope of a problem and to propose the most effective solution options, Allgood Pest Solutions technicians conduct thorough interviews with customers and inspect their property for areas where rodents are likely to nest and thrive. Our technicians search for clues, select the right tools and techniques to use, and when and where to use them.  Once target areas are established, our technicians will recommend the use of traps or baits.

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Rodent Traps

Options include mechanical traps, snap traps or glue boards. These devices are positioned along runways, walls, in corners or behind or under objects. Traps, which include mouse or rat stations, prevent death and decay in inaccessible places.

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Rodent Baiting

When situations permit, technicians will recommend the use of rodenticides. This highly effective form of rodent control is selected for its effectiveness in a particular environment. Our technicians are trained to place bait where it will ensure rapid control while preventing exposure to children, pets and non-target animals. Contact Allgood today to learn more about our effective rodent services.