Have you found mice, rats, or rodents in or around your home? Then call B&T Pest Control today.
Mice, Rat, & Rodent Pest Control
If you do have a mouse or any other unwanted rodent in your home, B&T Pest Control can help. Remember: rodents can carry a varietey of diseases. It is never a good idea to handle a wild rodents. They have large teeth and can seem dead when in a trap, but still be capable of biting you and transmitting a wide variety of bacteria, viruses, and diseases through their saliva. They can also transmit those things through feces and urine in or around your home or food.
Rodents are a hazard to your home and family. Keep all children and pets away from rodents. If cornered, a rodent will bite to defend itself. If you have a rodent issue, please call B&T today.
Prevent Mice, Rats, & Rodents – Pest Exclusion Service
At B&T Pest Control, we believe in solving your pest problems; not just maintaining them. One of the most important aspects of this is exclusion. Pest exclusion is a preventative tactic that involves sealing up areas of your building where pests are likely to enter – essentially, denying pests access to your home in the first place. It’s much easier to keep pests out, than to get them out after an infestation takes hold.
Why Pest Exclusion Is Important
Exclusion is of particular importance as part of an overall corrective strategy, but also to prevent the reintroduction of nuisance wildlife, mice or rats. Rodents and wildlife can be significantly reduced or eliminated from a structure initially, but if openings around structures continue to exist, it will simply be a matter of time before a new infestation occurs.
How Pest Exclusion Works
The key to pest exclusion is sealing and securing all possible points of entry into the building. This includes cracks in the foundation, improperly sealed vents, drain pipes, and other points of entry that are not properly sealed off. Of course, some parts of the building must remain ventilated and open to some extent; the point is to make sure that there are no unnecessary open entry points.
The Benefits Of Pest Exclusion
Besides being cost effective – because fewer chemicals are used and more efficient methods are employed – pest exclusion is safer for both humans and the environment.
Pest exclusion is a great example of an affordable and highly efficient approach to pest management.
Give us a call today for a FREE EVALUATION if you have entry points for pests that you need corrected. Your home should make a statement: NO PESTS ALLOWED!