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If you have a rodent problem, there’s a good chance that you’ve noticed. Unlike other pests, rodents are rather large—especially rats. You can easily see them scurrying around, and you may even see them on your counters getting into your food! What many people don’t realize is that rodents are a problem for a variety of different reasons. Rodents can carry a range of different diseases and viruses—many that insects don’t even carry. These illnesses can actually be very dangerous and even deadly. Along with carrying deadly diseases and getting into your food, rats can also do damage to your property. Actually, one of the only pests that do more damage than rats and mice are termites!
You may be doing what you can to keep mice and rats out of your house, but sometimes common control methods aren’t enough. Once a rodent infestation gets bad enough, you’ll want to consider contacting a specialist—like the local specialists provided by Nationwide Pest Control. Our referral network of pest control experts understand rodents, and can handle whatever rodents are giving you problems—regardless of breed or size. We offer the best rodent control tools available to address your rodent issue. A specialist will survey your home and property to find the source of the infestation, then take steps to remove it. From there, prevention services are provided to ensure rodents don’t make their way back in.
If you are looking for a solution to your rodent problems, contact Nationwide Pest Control at (866) 849-2511 to schedule an appointment for an inspection and first time treatment. We’re happy to help with your rodent problem!
There are a few different types of rodents that you may encounter, but there are some that are more common than others. Whatever the type of rodent you are having trouble with, Nationwide Pest Control can help you to address them.
Below are a few of the more common types of rodents that you may experience:
Don’t be fooled by their name, these rats aren’t actually Norwegian. What they are is American, and very common in the United States. Actually, they are the most common form of rats in the country. These rats can grow to be very large—up to 17 inches in length! They have gray and black hair, along with dense bodies.
Roof rats are usually smaller than their cousins the Norway rat, but they can still grow pretty large. Actually, they can grow upwards of 16 inches in length. These rats are excellent climbers, and they often enter buildings through the roof and upper levels (hence the name). Roof rats have black and dark brown fur.
If you see a mouse in your house, it’s likely a common “house mouse.” These mice can grow upwards of seven and a half inches long. They have gray fur and light brown fur on their underbelly.
All of these rodents can cause major issues, so they need to be dealt with quickly. Whether you have roof rats, house mice, Norway rats, or any other type of rodent, we are here to help.
Rodents are a lot more dangerous than people imagine. Rodents carry a variety of different diseases, and can get you very sick. Beyond getting you sick, rodents are dangerous for your home. They chew through different parts of your house—from your walls to your wiring. Their teeth never stop growing, and they chew to offset this. Once they are in your house, this chewing doesn’t stop. Beyond chewing on the wood, plumbing, and wiring in your home, they also like to chew on your food. Rodents end up costing millions of dollars-worth of damage to homes and businesses every year. Don’t let them destroy your home or cause you illness!
In order to avoid rodents, there are a few measures you can take. These include:
Once you get a rodent infestation, though, you’ll want to contact Nationwide Pest Control. Our referral network of local pest control specialists is available to get rid of your pest problems. Whether you have rats or mice, they will make sure to exterminate the pests in your home. After surveying your home and removing the rodents, they will put measures in place to ensure they don’t come back.
For your pest control needs, contact Nationwide Pest Control today at (866) 849-2511. We’ll be happy to provide a consultation and help you to rid your home or commercial space of rodents for good!
Nationwide Pest Control will treat your pests, mosquitoes, and more-then keep them away for good. If pests come back between treatments so will the Nationwide team, at no additional cost.