Rodent Control & Prevention Services
How Rodents Can Destroy Your Home
Rodents can be a real problem because they get into your home through some of the weep holes under eaves of your home and look for holes. As well as look for any other entryway into your home, wherever it may be.
Whenever possible, do not use foam for these holes – Use steel or copper wool and then use something to keep it in place. Rats & rodents will use their teeth to gnaw at wires, pipes, and other objects within the infrastructure of your home. Their teeth are always growing so they must continue to chew to regularly wear down their teeth which can be troublesome for even the thickest of pipes or walls.
We have seen rabbits gnaw on car wires and rats destroy pool pumps and air conditioning ducts. An easy way to spot a possible rat or rodent infestation is to look for their feces or visible traces of their presence. DO NOT trust that the rodents will just go away. While they may not be finding food in your home, they could be finding their food nearby which provides little incentive for them to leave.
What Chemical Do We Use?
- We only use Terad3 which is not an anticoagulant or a chemical that makes the rodent hemorrhage
Why Do We Use Terad3?
- Terad3 is a calcium mobilizer and is not a secondary killer of predators that might eat the rodent
Rodent Removal Techniques
We can conduct inspections, make recommendations, and suggest rodent removal solutions.
Also, we only use Terad3 which is not an anticoagulant or a chemical that makes the rodent hemorrhage. Terad3 is a calcium mobilizer and is not a secondary killer of predators that might eat the rodent. It is approved for use in commercial and residential environments alike.
Here at ProBest we care about the wellbeing of the environment and have chosen Terad3 based on the best baiting strategies possible. Every rodent management service we provide is based on “LD-50”. It is a lethal substance guideline that will allow us to successfully eliminate the rodents from your home while also preventing any pets from being accidentally poisoned because of the shear volume of poison the animal would need to/want to eat.