Burrowing or digging rats can damage house/building foundations, sidewalks, and roads. Rats also have a tendency to gnaw or chew on things such as plastic water pipes, electrical wires, and wood in walls, attics and around door frames. This is in addition to the damage they may do to food sources in your kitchen or pantry.
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The dangers of rats should never be underestimated. These small creatures often carry dangerous diseases like rat-bite fever, Salmonellosis, and Leptospirosis which puts your family’s safety at risk. On top of that, they often damage things like attic insulation and electrical wiring, creating expensive repair work in the process. If you notice sig… Read more »
The three most common species of colonizing bats in the United States are the Little Brown Bat (myotis), the Big Brown Bat, and the Mexican or Brazilian Free-Tail bat. For these critters, their maternity season happens from late May through the middle of August. What does this mean for you? Well, if you have bats in your attic during this time, there should b… Read more »
When addressing an animal infestation in your home or office, it is important to remember that these critters often become trapped inside walls when searching for a place to nest. When this happens, you are left with unfamiliar and annoying noises coming from your walls. With as frustrating as these noises can be, it is important to u… Read more »
When it comes to any job we do, one of the most important questions we get asked is, “how much will this cost me?” Because no two animal infestations are ever the same, it’s impossible to accurately assess cost without first inspecting your property. In order to give you the most effective solution and the best pri… Read more »
For hundreds of years, rats and other rodents have been a source of problems for people who live in congested or highly populated metropolitan areas. Rats have adapted well to using our homes and offices for shelter, and are adept at scouring our kitchens and garbage cans for food. If you suspect that rats have moved into your home, don’t take it lightly. They pose a serious problem for both your home and the wellbeing of your family… Read more »
When a wild animal decides to make its nest in your attic, your insulation is often ripped up, destroyed, and otherwise compromised by feces and urine. Not only does this make for a messy and smelly home, but it causes significant energy loss once the efficiency of the insulation is ruined. Critter Control® of … Read more »
Rats, mice, and squirrels can do great damage to your home and carry diseases and parasites to your household. Your first line of defense against these vermin is rodent-proofing by barring entry through vents and other openings.
No Entry Allowed
Blocking access for rodents starts with a detailed visual inspection of your… Read more »
Squirrels are tricky; it seems like no matter what you do, they find a way into your home. There are options for squirrel control, including squirrel repellents, but do they work?
Pros and Cons of Squirrel Repellent
There are many reasons why people opt for squirrel repellents, but the main reason is their ease of use. Most … Read more »
Because of warmer weather conditions and humidity, Florida is home to a very wide variety of pests that other states are not. It’s important to be able to identify different pests, especially if they’re getting into your home. Here are five of the most common, and most pesky, insects you can find in the Sunshine State.