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The Keys to Georgia Rodent Control: 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, female mice typically have eight litters, with 4-7 pups per litter. Rats can breed at age 8-12 weeks and have 4-6 litters of 8-12 pups per litter. Rodents need a constant source of food, water, and shelter in order to thrive, and all it takes is a small gap in your siding or underneath a door for them to begin nesting on your property.
To determine the scope of your rodent problem and propose the most effective solution, Allgood Pest Solutions technicians will conduct a thorough interview with you and inspect your property for areas where rodents are likely to nest and thrive. Our specialists will search for signs of a rodent infestation, and select the proper tools and techniques necessary to eliminate rodents from your property without endangering your family, employees, or the environment. Once target areas are established, our specialists will recommend the use of either rodent traps, baits, or a combination of the two.
Some common types of rodent traps we use 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 rodent death and decay in inaccessible places, which can cause an unpleasant smell and potentially attract other types of nuisance pests.
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 rodent control while preventing accidental exposure to children, pets, and non-target animals.
Trusted Rodent Control in Georgia from Allgood Pest Solutions
Not only are rodents annoying to have around, they can have a negative effect on your family’s health – or your business’ bottom line. Wild rodents have been known to carry some of the following dangerous diseases:
Rodents are also responsible for bringing fleas and mites into your home or business, which can cause their own sort of nasty problems. Getting rid of a rodent problem on your own is not recommended; because of how quickly they breed, you need to eliminate the entire rodent colony before the threat is gone for good. Don’t wait until your rodent problem gets out of hand – contact Allgood Pest Solutions today for your free inspection and see how our trained pest management technicians can make your Georgia rodent problems a thing of the past.