To rodent proof your San Diego home, and guard against pesky roof rats, it helps to get a better understanding of the problem. This is our in-depth guide to dealing with unwanted rodent roomates. Roof Rats: A few facts and figures Rattus rattus is the Latin word scientifically given to the species of rat commonly identified as roof rats. also known as ship rats, Alexandrian rats, and most notoriously, black rats. An abundant supply of nourishment along with an ill-lit…Read more
The thought of having roof rats in your attic is scary, but many people live with them without even knowing it. However, the worst part about living with rats is the fire danger and the potential property destruction. Roof rats eat wires on a regular basis; it’s deep within their nature. When you understand why a roof rat eats wires, you’ll know that it’s better to just get rid of them altogether. Why Roof Rats Eat Wires Rats eat wires and cause…Read more
Why Do Rats Nest in Attics It is late at night. You are just settling down to go to sleep. The lights are out and everyone is in their beds. The night is blissfully quiet. Then you hear them above your head. The little scratches and clicks of a rodent which has plagued mankind for centuries – the rat. So much for pleasant dreams. This begs a simple question. Why do rats love our homes and, in particular, our attics?…Read more
Stop Rat Damage in your Attic Rats are the scourge of every homeowner, because they can cause a tremendous amount of damage to a house. This is particularly true in attics, which rats universally love. If you suspect rats are in your attic you must act quickly, or face the prospect of an infestation. Let’s take a closer look at the damage rats can cause – and how to get rid of them. Damage What kind of damage can one…Read more
There are many types of rodents, but what they all have in common is that they tend to carry disease. That’s a major reason why keeping them out of your home is so important – it protects your family’s health. Let’s take a closer look at the steps necessary to rodent proof a home and attic. This way you can avoid a rodent clean up and decontamination! Denying Mice & Rats Opportunities to Nest In order to rodent proof a…Read more
What kind of rodent is it? Are you experiencing a rodent infestation or worried that you may need rodent proofing for your house. Here is a simple guide to rodent identification to determine what type of rodents are living in and around your property. House Mouse House Mouseweighs only 1/2 to 3/4 of an ounce. Average body length is 2-1/2inch to 3-1/2inch. their tail is approximately 3 to 4 inches in length. Ears are large and prominent. The house mouse is…Read more
Our hands-free process ensures the health and safety of all customers and employees while we solve your attic needs.