Siesta Key | Longboat Key, Florida Rodent Removal
Rats and rodents in your Siesta Key or Longboat Key home can do more harm than you realize. A rat or rodent in your Siesta Key or Longboat Key home can spread diseases to your house pets and ruin your attic insulation. There are many different types of procedures for rodent elimination in your Siesta Key or Longboat Key home. Our rodent removal experts follow a regimented procedure to customize the proper way to eliminate rats and other rodents in your Siesta Key or Longboat Key home.
1. Thorough inspection: our rat trappers inspect the inside and outside of your Siesta Key or Longboat Key home completely for rat or other rodent activity and possible entry points.
2. Customize a plan: for 100% elimination of the rat or rodent population for your Siesta Key or Longboat Key home's individual problem.
3. Sanitation of your Siesta Key or Longboat Key home: this could be anywhere from food storage to complete clean up of the infested property.
4. Exclusion : our rodent trappers professionally seal all possible entry points that rats and rodents can get in your Siesta Key or Longboat Key home.
5. Clean up : sanitizing the attic area and/or removal of droppings.
6. Warranty: we offer a life time renewable warranty on all elimination with exclusion work our rat exterminators provide.
Successful long-term rat control is not easy. The key is to control rat populations in the Siesta Key | Longboat Key Florida area, not individual rats. Rodent control requires an integrated approach that includes non-lethal tools such as careful inspections, improved sanitation, and rat-proofing structures. Lethal control often combines the use of rat poisons with non-toxic mouse control measures such as snap traps or glue boards to get rid of the rat infestation.
Siesta Key | Longboat Key Rats In The Attic
Feel free to link to Save The Roof Rats.
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Sir Paul and Rudy give a special
thanks all the folks at the Ratlist,
for their professional interest, and their kind
on-going public education effort, we include information for those wishing
to identify roof rat droppings. As you can see from the examples below,
roof rats produce generous droppings. Be sure to examine your rat's droppings
regularly, to ensure their good health.
A creative homeowner can collect roof rat droppings
and have enough to fill a bean-bag chair in no time! Your lawn and garden
will love the "organic" fertilize roof rat droppings provide too.
You can be generous too and donate
Save The Roof Rats
Link exchanges are welcome
These rats look like they are ready to drop at any time
A heavy duty Roof Rat Pooper Scooper (capacity 10 lbs.)
This all you need to gather up your roof rat poop the easy way!
What about Roof Rat urine you ask?
Vicious rumor mongering, such as the snippet of a
supposed "news" article has given roof rat urine a bad name.
A woman died after drinking a can of soda!
apparently, she didn't clean the top before drinking from the can. The
top was encrusted with dried roof rat's urine which is toxic and obviously
lethal!!!!! Canned drinks and other foodstuff are stored in
warehouses and containers that are usually infested with rodents and
then get transported to the retail outlets without being properly
In case anyone was wondering why rats never took off as popular
domestic pets, consider briefly their association with death and disease. With a
list of horrors such as the bubonic plague, hantavirus and leptospirosis
credited to them, it's no wonder people will so easily accept the notion that
rats in and of themselves are lethal. The fact is, the urine of a healthy
rat is quite safe to consume... though I would recommend moderating your daily
If the urge moves you, do drop a
line to the Roof Rat Memorial Curator:
Please lend a hand,
and give to:
Save The Roof Rats
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