Rodent Control, Rat mouse vole removal exterminator
Rodent control, mouse trapping, rat exterminator: There is a lot of information, much of it bad on the internet about rodent issues. Bad techniques get bad results when it comes to rat and mouse control. Many lazy companies use poison when they shouldn’t, it is a little-effort activity, and because it never really solves the problem, it allows some pest control companies to keep coming back to your home or business month after month. We can often solve your rodent problem for good, sometimes within a week. The secret lies in the premises inspection and the exclusion material and repairs. We inspect every inch of your house or business, and find every possible hole that rodents can use to enter the house. We seal all holes shut with steel or other rodent-proof repairs. Then we can trap and remove the rats, mice or other rodents inside your house, or commercial building. This solves the rodent problem forever.
Monthly Rodent Control Program
Ask us about our monthly rodent control program. We use chemicals and traps to remove rodents in Oklahoma and Kansas. Rodents can become a big problem if left to multiply every month. Our monthly programs stops mice and other rodents by exterminating them and sealing entry points before they can repopulate.
Common Rodent Problems:
Mice, rats and other rodents thrive nation-wide including in urban areas. They commonly live inside houses, in cabinets, in crawl-ways, walls and in the attic. They often enter houses to find food. Rodents often and leave a lot of droppings and urine waste in your home’s attic all the while they are chewing on your electrical wiring. Most rodents reproduce very quickly, and they can spread diseases. Sometimes you hear them scampering about and scratching on the ceiling or in your walls at night.
Sewer Rat Control:
The Norway Rat, (Rattus norvegicus) is also called sewer rat, wharf rat, gray rat, brown rat, and water rat. It is found in all the states in the USA, but in some coastal states, the Roof Rat is more common. They first came to North America aboard ships with the early settlers. The fleas the rats carried contributed to the “Black Death” of the 1300’s which killed millions in Europe. There are many issues when it comes to rats. Food contamination can come from their droppings and urine. Like all rodents their teeth are always growing to shorten and sharpen them they gnaw constantly on anything they can destroying property and sometimes cause a fire risk by chewing on electric wires. Rats can destroy plant life by their burrowing and may eat the vegetables from your garden.
The Pack Rat is also a common nuisance animal in Kansas and Oklahoma. Pack Rats are very fond of getting in garages and carrying off small items. They also have a penchant for chewing on your vehicle’s electrical wiring and hood insulation and eating your pet’s food.
Mice are found nearly everywhere and can enter through a dime sized hole to get into your house or commercial property. Poison is not always a good approach to rodent control. This is the most important single thing for you to know regarding a mouse problem. Poison is easy but often not an effective approach. It can mean long-term profits for a pest control company, while not solving the problem. Trapping and removing problem mice while sealing up all entry points can remove them permanently.
Voles are a common rodent found in yards and gardens. Voles often live in mole tunnels and are veracious eaters of grass, shrubs and ornamental plants. They dig nickel to quarter sized holes in your lawn with marked trails between the holes. Voles will often clip your plants giving the appearance that they were cut with shears or scissors. Trapping voles is the only effective way to remove them.
If you have a rodent infestation often times you will need your home or attic disinfected, deodorized or in bad cases completely cleaned out. Rodents can leave behind large amounts of waste such as urine, droppings, hair, food, nesting material, and so on. This waste can attract insects like flies or cockroaches, and the smell of urine left behind can encourage new rats and mice to move into your house. You might also experience odor problems from the waste. It’s also possible or likely that mold will grow on any wet areas of feces and urine, and the moisture can damage wood or sheet-rock. Mold can potentially cause diseases that people can catch like hystoplasmosis. The feces or urine themselves can cause diseases, like Hantavirus, Salmonella or Leptospirosis.
Public Health Concerns:
Rats, mice, and other rodents can transmit diseases to humans, including: Hantavirus, Rat-bite fever, Salmonella, Typhus, Leptospirosis, Bubonic plague.
Kansas Areas We Service:
If you need mice removal problem in Wichita, KS and would like a Meneely Wildlife Control technician to provide expert wildlife removal services for you, please contact Meneely Wildlife Control by calling (580) 761-6526
in Wichita, Andover, Rose Hill, Derby, Haysville, Schulte, Goddard, Clearwater, Mulvane, Udall, Wellington, Oxford, El Dorado and other Kansas locations. We solve mouse problems in lawns & gardens by trapping and removing armadillos.
Oklahoma Areas We Service:
When you need rats removed in Ponca City OK, Newkirk, Blackwell, Bartlesville, Stillwater, Enid, Pond Creek, Deer Creek, Lamont, Medford, Kaw City, Shidler, Fairfax and all other Oklahoma locations, pick up the phone and call Meneely Wildlife Control at