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Kissimmee is one of the fastest-growing areas in Orlando, but even with such an explosion of new construction and an  Rat Removal Kissimmee influx of people to the area, rat infestations in residences are still possible. Preventing these invasive critters from taking over your home is critical to the well-being of your property and the health of your family.

Why Are Rats Dangerous?

Don’t let their small size fool you; rats can do serious damage to the inside of a home. Some of the most common issues we encounter include:

  • Soiled, damaged, or destroyed attic insulation, wiring, and even water pipes – all of which can lead to extensive damage and expensive repairs
  • The introduction of dangerous infectious diseases like leptospirosis, Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, and even the bubonic plague into your home – all of which can be dangerous or even deadly in some cases

One of the keys to preventing damage to your home in the event of a rat infestation is to get help as soon as you notice signs of their activity. Even a small group of rats can grow into a large infestation quickly, and though there is a wide range of DIY rat elimination products available, it is always most effective to leave the job to a professional.

Why Choose Critter Control?

Because of their ability to reproduce quickly, rats can be nearly impossible to remove on your own, and can even become aggressive if they feel cornered or threatened.

If your Kissimmee home has been invaded by rats, count on the team at Critter Control® of Orlando to restore peace in your home. After we remove the rats using our exclusive removal process, we can repair any damage the critters may have caused during their stay, and safeguard your home against future infestation.

Call Critter Control of Orlando today at 407-295-7194 to schedule a home consultation.


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