FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

RODENT CONTROL

Why is natural rat deterrent better than traditional?


Natural rat deterrent has several benefits over other traditional methods: - There is little odor, no ammonia smells or harsh airborne chemicals. - It is non-staining, so your furniture and flooring will not be compromised. - Natural pest control of rats is safer for children and pets. - This method is less irritating for people with asthma, allergies, and respiratory challenges. - It is organic and environmentally-friendly.




What diseases do mice or rodents carry?


There are disease concerns with both wild (rats, mice) and pet (rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs) rodents and rabbits. They can carry many diseases including hantavirus, leptospirosis, lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCMV), Tularemia and Salmonella. Wild rodents also may cause considerable property damage by chewing through wiring in homes, car engines, and other places.




What to do if I smell unexpected foul odors at home?


Household pests such as mice, rats and other rodents can leave foul odors in your attic and throughout your home. Not only do they leave noxious dropping and urine residue around your house, but when the rodents themselves die the decay process can create intense odor that lingers far after the carcass has been removed. Our rodent control experts have immense experience removing foul odors from the home.




Is animal waste dangerous?


If a colony of bats, flock of birds or a family of squirrels, rats, raccoons or other animals takes up your residence building, their droppings will accumulate and create a health risk for anyone who enters the area and disturb the material. The best way to prevent exposure to animal disease is to avoid situations where material that might be contaminated can become airborne and subsequently inhaled.





ATTIC CARE & INSULATION

Why is natural rat deterrent better than traditional?


Natural rat deterrent has several benefits over other traditional methods: - There is little odor, no ammonia smells or harsh airborne chemicals. - It is non-staining, so your furniture and flooring will not be compromised. - Natural pest control of rats is safer for children and pets. - This method is less irritating for people with asthma, allergies, and respiratory challenges. - It is organic and environmentally-friendly.




What diseases do mice or rodents carry?


There are disease concerns with both wild (rats, mice) and pet (rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs) rodents and rabbits. They can carry many diseases including hantavirus, leptospirosis, lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCMV), Tularemia and Salmonella. Wild rodents also may cause considerable property damage by chewing through wiring in homes, car engines, and other places.




What to do if I smell unexpected foul odors at home?


Household pests such as mice, rats and other rodents can leave foul odors in your attic and throughout your home. Not only do they leave noxious dropping and urine residue around your house, but when the rodents themselves die the decay process can create intense odor that lingers far after the carcass has been removed. Our rodent control experts have immense experience removing foul odors from the home.




Is animal waste dangerous?


If a colony of bats, flock of birds or a family of squirrels, rats, raccoons or other animals takes up your residence building, their droppings will accumulate and create a health risk for anyone who enters the area and disturb the material. The best way to prevent exposure to animal disease is to avoid situations where material that might be contaminated can become airborne and subsequently inhaled.





HEALTH HAZARDS

Why is natural rat deterrent better than traditional?


Natural rat deterrent has several benefits over other traditional methods: - There is little odor, no ammonia smells or harsh airborne chemicals. - It is non-staining, so your furniture and flooring will not be compromised. - Natural pest control of rats is safer for children and pets. - This method is less irritating for people with asthma, allergies, and respiratory challenges. - It is organic and environmentally-friendly.




What diseases do mice or rodents carry?


There are disease concerns with both wild (rats, mice) and pet (rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs) rodents and rabbits. They can carry many diseases including hantavirus, leptospirosis, lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCMV), Tularemia and Salmonella. Wild rodents also may cause considerable property damage by chewing through wiring in homes, car engines, and other places.




What to do if I smell unexpected foul odors at home?


Household pests such as mice, rats and other rodents can leave foul odors in your attic and throughout your home. Not only do they leave noxious dropping and urine residue around your house, but when the rodents themselves die the decay process can create intense odor that lingers far after the carcass has been removed. Our rodent control experts have immense experience removing foul odors from the home.




Is animal waste dangerous?


If a colony of bats, flock of birds or a family of squirrels, rats, raccoons or other animals takes up your residence building, their droppings will accumulate and create a health risk for anyone who enters the area and disturb the material. The best way to prevent exposure to animal disease is to avoid situations where material that might be contaminated can become airborne and subsequently inhaled.