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Stop Worrying About Rodents In Your Home

Rats and mice not only destroy our homes and investments like electrical wiring and walls, but they also endanger our family and love ones by spreading diseases. It is vital to address the situation as soon as possible since they can multiply at a staggering rate.

Potential Harm of Rodents

  1. Spread diseases – Rodents carry communicable diseases and parasites that cause typhus, plague, rat-bite fever and food poisoning.
  2. Contaminate food – Their urine is infested by bacteria and droppings carry microscopic tapeworm eggs.
  3. Ruin property and cause extra expenses for repair – the image of a business can easily be affected by the presence of rodents. Besides damaging the walls and wirings causing potential electrical fires, sighting of rats or mice in an establishment can ruin their reputation.
  4. Breed rapidly – a pair of mice is capable of producing a litter of 200 offspring in four months.

  1. Just fill out the form and briefly explain your issue
  2. We will put together a quote, free of charge
  3. Relax as we send out our licensed experts to handle any of your issues

Steps to address a potential rodent infestation

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Site Inspection

Pest control professionals review each home and inspect thoroughly possible entry points and signs of rodent activity. After this the pest control professionals will develop a customized plan of action to solve the rodent problem

Rodent Proofing

Rodents can gain entry into a home through holes that appear to be much smaller for them. Apparently, mice can enter a hole as small as a dime and rats can enter a hole as small as a quarter. One important way to control rodents is to limit their entry to the property. This is probably the most successful and permanent type of rodent control that can be employed.

Trapping

If there is an existing rodent infestation, trapping would be employed to reduce their population. Rats are very suspicious of anything new in their surrounding and will avoid a trap easily. Proper placement of traps and prompt disposal of trapped rodents is essential for an effective trapping routine for these rodents.

Sanitation and Vector Control

Sanitation:

As the saying goes, “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure.” Preventing rodents for thriving in an environment by keeping food in rodent-proof containers, disposing trash properly, and removing objects that attract them is the best way of avoiding the chance of infestation.

Vector Control

The pest control professional will also treat vectors that come with rodents such as mites, fleas, roaches and other insects.

Monitoring (long term)

A continuous monitoring of rodent proofing measures is checked through an ongoing program. The program includes educating the home owners on how to prevent possible rodent infestation in the future and making necessary adjustments to ensure that the rodent prevention plan is still working within their home.

Remediation

After the rodents and other pests, like termites, have been eliminated, it is also necessary to clean and sanitize the property from the contamination that was left behind. Rodent feces and urine pose a serious threat to the health of the residents and must be removed. A HEPA vacuum system is often employed to filter out the dried feces of these rodents.

Addressing rodent infestation is a serious business. Considering the potential damage to property, health and image, investing on a professional service to prevent, treat and eradicating a possible infestation is definitely worth every penny.

What our customers say

The guys from ORL Pest Control come by once every couple of months for maintenance. They are so friendly and easy to work with. Not to mention I haven't had a bug problem in years!

Brett Bailey, Dr. Phillips

I started seeing some termite damage on my walls and knew it was probably bad. I called up ORL Pest Control and they came right away and took care of the problem with ease. Such a pleasant experience

Tyler Cooper, Winter Park


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Get the best rodent control service in Orlando

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Stop Worrying About Rodents In Your Home

Rats and mice not only destroy our homes and investments like electrical wiring and walls, but they also endanger our family and love ones by spreading diseases. It is vital to address the situation as soon as possible since they can multiply at a staggering rate.

Potential Harm of Rodents

  1. Spread diseases – Rodents carry communicable diseases and parasites that cause typhus, plague, rat-bite fever and food poisoning.
  2. Contaminate food – Their urine is infested by bacteria and droppings carry microscopic tapeworm eggs.
  3. Ruin property and cause extra expenses for repair – the image of a business can easily be affected by the presence of rodents. Besides damaging the walls and wirings causing potential electrical fires, sighting of rats or mice in an establishment can ruin their reputation.
  4. Breed rapidly – a pair of mice is capable of producing a litter of 200 offspring in four months.

  1. Just fill out the form and briefly explain your issue
  2. We will put together a quote, free of charge
  3. Relax as we send out our licensed experts to handle any of your issues

Steps to address a potential rodent infestation



Site Inspection

Pest control professionals review each home and inspect thoroughly possible entry points and signs of rodent activity. After this the pest control professionals will develop a customized plan of action to solve the rodent problem

Rodent Proofing

Rodents can gain entry into a home through holes that appear to be much smaller for them. Apparently, mice can enter a hole as small as a dime and rats can enter a hole as small as a quarter. One important way to control rodents is to limit their entry to the property. This is probably the most successful and permanent type of rodent control that can be employed.

Trapping

If there is an existing rodent infestation, trapping would be employed to reduce their population. Rats are very suspicious of anything new in their surrounding and will avoid a trap easily. Proper placement of traps and prompt disposal of trapped rodents is essential for an effective trapping routine for these rodents.

Sanitation and Vector Control

Sanitation:

As the saying goes, “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure.” Preventing rodents for thriving in an environment by keeping food in rodent-proof containers, disposing trash properly, and removing objects that attract them is the best way of avoiding the chance of infestation.

Vector Control

The pest control professional will also treat vectors that come with rodents such as mites, fleas, roaches and other insects.

Monitoring (long term)

A continuous monitoring of rodent proofing measures is checked through an ongoing program. The program includes educating the home owners on how to prevent possible rodent infestation in the future and making necessary adjustments to ensure that the rodent prevention plan is still working within their home.

Remediation

After the rodents and other pests, like termites, have been eliminated, it is also necessary to clean and sanitize the property from the contamination that was left behind. Rodent feces and urine pose a serious threat to the health of the residents and must be removed. A HEPA vacuum system is often employed to filter out the dried feces of these rodents.

Addressing rodent infestation is a serious business. Considering the potential damage to property, health and image, investing on a professional service to prevent, treat and eradicating a possible infestation is definitely worth every penny.

What our customers say

The guys from ORL Pest Control come by once every couple of months for maintenance. They are so friendly and easy to work with. Not to mention I haven't had a bug problem in years!

Brett Bailey, Dr. Phillips

I started seeing some termite damage on my walls and knew it was probably bad. I called up ORL Pest Control and they came right away and took care of the problem with ease. Such a pleasant experience

Tyler Cooper, Winter Park