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Answering Common Questions About Our Rodent Removal Services

When you are in need of rat and mouse removal for your home in Pleasanton, you will want to make sure that you hire a team of experienced and knowledgeable mouse extermination professionals. At Premier Rodent, we proudly serve our local area with effective rodent removal services that achieve guaranteed results. Before you book your first appointment, you may have questions about what to expect from your treatment. Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about our rodent removal services.

How do I create a rodent removal plan?

In order to effectively target rodents in your home, you will need a comprehensive treatment plan. This plan should be created by a licensed exterminator. At Premier Rodent, our team will perform a thorough inspection of your home, prior to creating your plan. After your property’s problem areas have been identified, we will know which parts of your home that we will need to target in order to eliminate your rodent problem for good.

Do I need to prepare my home for the service?

With your removal plan in place, you will be ready to start the rodent treatment process. Before your exterminators arrive at your home, it will be necessary for you to prepare your home for the appointment. For instance, your exterminators may ask you to clean out the areas underneath your bathroom and kitchen sinks. It is also helpful to ensure that your home is as tidy as possible prior to the appointment.

How do I prevent rodents from coming back to my home?

After the Premier Rodent team has successfully completed your rodent removal, you can rest assured that your property is free from rats or mice. In order to keep these bothersome pests from returning in the future, however, you will need to take certain steps to protect your home. With our help, you can seal up access points that rats and mice may use to access your indoor spaces. We can also set you up with a seasonal treatment plan that eliminates rodents before they get out of hand.

Categories: Mice, Rodents, Rats