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When rodents get into your house, they can cause a variety of complications and problems. You may worry about a family member being exposed to an illness or there may be concerns about the damages that mice or rats may cause to the property. Even after rodents have entered your home, there are solutions that can help clear them out. Knowing what works best for your situation can be a little daunting, but we can help.

Set Traps

One option for controlling the rat or mouse in your home can be to use a few traps. Although rodents can be a problem when they are able to stay in a home for an extended period of time, it is possible to control the situation by setting traps in the areas that there is a sign of a rodent. Rodents can have several litters throughout the year, so it is important to set traps as soon as there are signs of a rodent in the house. Look for feces, dirty scuff marks, gnaw marks and signs of nest as a good place to place an mouse or rat trap.

The primary benefit of a trap is that the rodents can be removed from the property and it is not necessary to use poisons or to have to deal with a possible dead rodent inside an area that cannot be located. There are other items that can be used as a repellent if you can locate the entry points but cannot close it up, using these repellents can help to keep them out.

Put Out Poison

There are environmentally friendly rodenticides that can help control rodent populations within a home. Putting out poison can attract the rodents and ensure that they will die if the situation has gotten out of control. Generally, it is best to avoid rodenticides until it is clear that there are several rodents in the house and more decisive measures are necessary.

Place the rodenticide in a location that is not accessible to children and family pets, best to use a bait stations that will keep the bait secure and out of reach of anything other than the mouse or rat. Mouse bait stations are smaller and should be used for inside the house or garage, basement. The rodent bait station for mice will usually only hold one bait blox. Larger stations are designed for rodent control for rats, and should be placed around the perimeter of the building, garage, warehouse or home. Even though it may be environmentally friendly, it is best to ensure that members of the family and small pets are not exposed to the rodenticide. Placing the poison behind the walls or in areas that show heavy rodent traffic within the house can be a good choice for any home. Keep in mind that it may be necessary to remove the rodents at a later time to ensure that there are no foul smells in the house.

There are also odor control products that can be used to eliminate the order from the rodent, and should be purchased just in case you believe the rodent is located inside the structure and the chances are pretty high that you will not be able to locate the body.
Rodents can cause a variety of health concerns, but there are solutions that can help remove them from your home or eliminate them before the problem grows out of control. The key is ensuring that the measures are appropriate based on the size of the rodent population within the building and having the access to professional pest control rodent bait items.

When the temperatures begin to drop humans aren’t the only ones who like to come inside where it’s nice and warm, so do other animals and most are unwanted guest. Here are some of the ways we can help you control or prevent any rodent problems you may be experiencing. Here are few steps that are necessary to be rodent free all year.

Seal all the entry points up

Rodent proofing is the process of denying rodents entry into a building or home by improving the building integrity, closing up holes and cracks. Rodent exclusion is the best long term and cost effective method of rodent control. You want to eliminate dead spaces, cracks, crevices, and other openings so that pests cannot hide in, enter, or leave a specific building, room or piece of equipment. There are few options of products that can be used, copper mesh and hardware cloth being the two most common items used for rodent exclusion. The copper mesh works so well because it cannot be gnawed through by any type of rodent and will send a little bit of a shock into the rodent’s teeth. You can use the copper mesh and also expandable insulation or foam, to really seal any place up. This will not only help with rodents but other insects.

Openings around pipes and doors should be corrected. Wooden doors are often gnawed through by rodents. Ventilation grill should be covered with 18-gauge mesh.

We would also recommend that you remove all the areas that are harborage areas and that can give them shelter to move about un noticed. These are wood piles that are up against the structure, shrubs that are need to be trimmed back, and really any type of items that are stored to close to the structure. For Roof Rats, you will want to trim away any branches that are to close to the roof area. You want to make it difficult for the rat to gain access. There are also great repellent gel hat can be used in areas, that you know the rodent is gaining access into.

Clearing Out the Population of Rodents

There are a multitude of products we offer at E Pest Solutions for just this purpose. These rodent control products are the most effective professional control products on the market and until recently were not available to the general public, now you can use the same products the professional pest control technicians use at a fraction of the cost. You will find the largest selection of bait stations, glue boards, rodent bait, multi catch traps, snap traps for any size rodent and population. We are here to help with your selection of rodent control products, no matter what the problem, we can offer the best solution. With the largest selection of all things rodent, let ePestSolutions.com be your rodent control central!

If you are looking for a non-chemical solution for the rodent population, then we would suggest snap traps and rat glue boards. When it comes to these two items for rodent control, placement is very important for rat control, because they will travel the same path every night, finding their rub marks or feces will ensure you will catch them quickly. Snap trap should be placed with the opening or snap part open to the wall of solid surface, they can be baited with nuts, bacon or chocolate, but it is not necessary if you have them in the correct position. You will want to follow the same location recommendations for rodent glue boards. Remember that your children and pest should not be allowed to come in contact with the snap traps and rodent glue boards. You will want to keep them out of the way, in hidden areas, or use protection that encloses them.. Rodents typically will not be out in the open moving about, so think like a rat when you are putting them out.

Increase your chances of success by increasing the amount of traps you put out, 1 trap will probably not catch anything. Using 6 in an area will, more is better, and remember it can take weeks for some rodents to get comfortable enough around these new objects to be caught in them, so leave the in their spot and be patient, it will pay off!

Rodent Glue Boards

  • Can be used to monitor the presence of rodents and also insects
  • Place glue boards in rodents active pathways
  • Keep glue boards free of dust , debris and moisture are they will become ineffective
  • They should not be used in corners, there are new traps that can be placed up the wall and out from the wall

Droppings Fecal pellets are the most commonly encountered sign in a rodent inspection and serve as primary evidence to confirm an infestation. Even a small population of mice can produce literally thousands of droppings in a short period of time. By identifying the rodent droppings, you can determine who is infesting your home:

House Mice ◊ Qty: 50 to 75 pellets daily

◊ Size: ¼ inch long
The more droppings you find, the larger the population of rats or mice. Rats only need the size of your thumb to enter a structure and a mouse can enter through a opening the size of your pinky.

More traps are better than not enough traps…the little money you may save by not putting those extra 5 traps out can be lost 10 fold in damage caused by your house guest. Gnawing Damage Evidence of recent gnawing is an excellent sign for determining the presence of rodents. Mouse ◊ Hole Size: ½ inch in diameter; small, clean-cut ◊ Gnawed Material: Wires, plastic, wood, corners of cardboard boxes, bags Rat ◊ Hole Size: 2 inches in diameter; rough, torn edges ◊ Gnawed Material: Wood, corners, floor joists, wall studs Rodent Nests & Burrows.

We Are Here To Help

We are here to help with all your rodent control problems and would love the chance to help investigate, eliminate and prevent a rodent problem in your home or property. Use our expertise, we want to share it with you. We have been in the business for over 25 years and have all the product at every budget level. No matter if you are a business professional or a stay at home mother we can help you with your rodent problems.

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