-Keep clutter and tall weeds/grass away from the homes foundation and siding.
-Keep garage doors and other entry points closed as much as possible.
-Keep all food stored in garage or crawl spaces stored in tightly sealed containers.
Rodent Control: The size of your home will dictate how many bait stations are required to remedy a rodent problem. An inspection will be done of your home to see where likely hot spots or entry points are for the mice/rats. During the initial treatment bait stations will be placed on the exterior of your home in the locations that are showing rodent activity. A service will be performed 1 month later to inspect again and check that bait stations are placed well. Services continue on a quarterly basis going forward to inspect and restock bait stations. Bait stations may be moved during any service to create better coverage for your home.
Rodent control is important because rodents running loose can cause damage to your home while scavenging for food. Also mice pose a risk to your family because they can transmit diseases. Some of the common diseases carried by mice are salmonella, hantavirus, leptospirosis, rat-bite fever and the plague.
Whats lurking in your walls. A mouse can fit though a as little as its skull. A 1/4 inch or larger is all the room this rodent needs to enter your home.