Miami Rodents Removal
If you live in the Miami area, chances are pretty high that you’ll have some type of rodent problem at some point. Typically, once rats and mice have taken up residence in your home, they will look to nest and then create an infestation. You want to get rid of them before this happens.
Rodents Are Carrier Of Disease
Although you may not suspect it, rodents can actually pose a health risk to your family. Rats and mice can carry the following diseases:
- South American Arenaviruses
- Lymphocytic Chorio-meningitis
- Omsk Hemorrhagic Fever
Even if a rodent doesn’t carry a disease, they’re still not something you want crawling around in your home. They will try to raid your food, and may contaminate it in the process. Nothing will stop a rat. It will chew through anything on its way to food. Rats will even chew through walls if they think there is food on the other side.
How Do They Get Inside Your Home
Rodents don’t have to chew a very large hole because they can squeeze through very small holes. In fact, mice can squeeze through a hole the size of a nickel while rats can squeeze through a hole the size of a half dollar. This is usually how mice and rats originally get into a home or business. They have squeezed through some tiny hole that has gone unnoticed. That is why it is very important that any rodent control measures include finding the gaps and holes that allowed entry in the first place. This is a service that our Miami pest control specialists can perform for you.
Below is a list of the common areas to find these holes and gaps inside your home. Remember that mice are not restricted to low areas as they are expert climbers. The common areas are:
- Lower corners of your attic
- Around doors
- Around your water pipes
- Around the fireplace
- Inside the attic
- Under kitchen cabinets
Get A Free Inspection Now!
We know this sounds like a lot to do, but don’t worry. Our rodent control experts can get rid of any existing rodent problem and help prevent future ones. Call us at (305) 290-4404 today to schedule an appointment.