Rodents are the number one pest in Gilroy. Understanding how rats and mice live and eat helps to keep them out of your house and offer you protection from the health hazards associated with these gnawing mammals. The economic impact upon the U.S. economy is also significant as evidenced by contaminated grain, destroyed equipment and infrastructure, and lost labor productivity. The focus is how to keep you, your family, and your property safe from a destructive, and potentially dangerous, rodent infestation.
This is where we come in. Rodent Cleanup and Proofing In Gilroy has amassed over 50 years of experience in the control of insect pests, Lawn & Ornamental Services, and all aspects of Rodent Control in Boca Raton, from prevention to trapping to full mitigation and restoration.
There is no need to sensationalize the ramifications of rodent diseases that can be spread, directly or indirectly, but they should be noted for awareness and avoidance. How do we keep these unfortunate results of rodent contact at bay? We practice the latest techniques in IPM, Integrated Pest Management, to offer a proactive stance in excluding rats and mice from your home. If our efforts are for the elimination of a rodent infestation, we provide, if necessary, a full mitigation service of rodent trapping, cleanup, decontamination, and restoration.
Prevention is always the best solution. Rodents seek water, a food source, and shelter. Houses located close to a body of water are more susceptible to visits from mice and rats. Rats and mice are endemic in all parts of South Florida. Rodents range from their nesting area to seek food. We request help and cooperation from our customers to lessen conducive conditions that attract these vermin. Maintaining a sanitary and clean outside environment will mitigate the attraction of these critters. Several steps can be taken for their Exclusion.
Landscaping and plants should not overhang the roofline allowing an easy avenue of entry through vents and conduits. All vertical roof penetrations require screening to block access. Soffits and roof hips must leave no spacing for entry. All penetrations of the exterior surfaces should be blocked with a non-rusting metal mesh. Trim plants around the house. Phone lines, A/C conduits, utility lines and clothes dryer vents are some examples that should be inspected for proper seals, and repaired if needed.
If more than one-half inch of spacing exists, rodents are very adept at flattening out and slipping under these small openings. Doors and sweeps, whether garage or entry doors should provide a tight seal.
All areas around windows should be caulked and suitably sealed. Sounds like a lot. It makes sense to call in a professional rodent control service to safeguard your home.
Bait station monitoring around the perimeter of the structure is a proactive deterrent to discourage interior attacks. We highly recommend these devices as part of a full-service rodent protection plan. Rodent Exclusion is the first line of defense. With our initial visit, we will inspect and offer you a checklist of vulnerabilities that may have been the cause, or can become the cause for rodent penetration within your home. We, at Shoreline Environmental Pest Solutions, pride ourselves in being a locally owned company that can empathize with your rodent problem and customize a plan of action to eliminate them and keep them out of your house.
Our Attic Cleaning In Ross process includes having all of the old insulation removed, then we perform a thorough cleaning of the attic. While the insulation is out we will apply hospital grade disinfectant by fogging into the attic and fogging onto the surfaces of the attic. After the attic sanitizing we install brand new insulation. We’re not a typical insulation company; at Attic Cleaning In Ross, we specialize in attic cleaning, attic clean outs, attic sanitizing and attic decontaminations, as well as insulation removal and insulation replacement.
There are various health issues from contaminated attic insulation. One of the most harmful ways your attic can make you sick is the situation of rodents or wildlife gaining access to your attic. If you have damaged air ducts and your insulation is dirty from rodent or wildlife droppings, your home could be exposed to toxic contamination. Rats, raccoons, bats, or other wildlife living and nesting in your attic can potentially lead to exposure to dangerous airborne bacteria. These dirty dust particles and bacteria cause unexplained health issues, itching from mites or flea bites, aggravated asthma or an increase in allergies. It is also a potential risk to those with lowered immunity, such as small children and the elderly.