Rodent Control Measures for the Spring Season
Residential and commercial rat, mice, and rodent infestations in Pleasanton are very common during the spring season. A professional rodent exterminator can help you identify and implement safe, effective rodent control services and rodent removal that will get rid of rat and rodent infestations for good. Here are some rodent control services that you should consider for this spring season.
Rodent Infestation Inspection
The first step in effective rodent control and rat control is contacting a rodent exterminator to perform an inspection. A rodent exterminator can quickly identify even the most subtle signs of a rodent infestation. He will inspect your commercial or residential property carefully and thoroughly, looking for rodent access points, rodent urine and feces, and signs of rodent damage to structures or wiring on your property. If he identifies a rodent infestation, he will develop a comprehensive rodent control plan for rodent management, rodent removal, and rodent prevention.
Rodent Management and Rodent Removal
Different rodent exterminators and rodent control companies might have different methods for rodent management and rodent removal. You want to choose a rodent exterminator who utilizes safe, effective, and thorough methods of rat extermination and mice extermination in order to ensure the safety and comfort of anyone who visits or resides on your property. This might mean choosing a rodent exterminator, mouse exterminator, or rat exterminator who doesn’t use chemicals, bait, or poison for his rodent management and rodent control services. Instead, he will trap rodents, perform thorough rodent removal, and then provide rat and mice proofing services to prevent a future rodent infestation.
Rat and Mice Proofing Your Property
The final step in rodent management and rodent control is rat and mice proofing your property to guarantee that you won’t suffer from another rodent infestation in the future. Your rat control expert already identified potential access points for mice and rats during his rodent infestation inspection. He will seal these entry points off using wood, metal, plaster, concrete, or mesh screening. He can also identify and repair damages caused by your rodent infestation.