Rodent Control services

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More than just a minor nuisance

 Rodent control means the elimination or reduction of rodents in and around buildings or lands used by people for work, leisure, or shelter. Rodents such as the Norway rat (also known as brown, common, and sewer rat), the roof rat and the house mouse commonly require control. No matter what rat and mouse problem your experiencing, Extermination Plus Inc is your rodent control company

What is the problem?

  • Rodents eat almost anything, breed quickly, damage buildings and can be carriers of disease which can spread to humans.
  • In a year a pair of mice can eat over 4 kilograms of food and leave about 36,000 droppings.

An adult rat can eat 20 to 40 kilograms of food per year.Rats and mice contaminate about 10 times more food than they eat and can damage buildings and other articles by gnawing through rubber, aluminum and other soft metals (even light steel), cinder blocks, plastic and wood. Mice need only a 6 millimeter space and rats a 12 millimeter space to get through an opening.Rodents carry mites and fleas and spread diseases such as salmonella and Hanta virus.

How do I know if I have a problem?

The easiest way to identify a rodent problem is by seeing their droppings: black, rice-size droppings suggest the presence of mice; and black, bean-size droppings suggest the presence of rats.Other signs of a problem include:

  • Burrows - fresh digging around foundations and into walls (rats)
  • Runs - dust-free “pathways” along otherwise dusty walls and floors (rats or mice)
  • Gnawing Marks - on wood, concrete or other materials if entries or food/water are nearby
  • Sightings - mice in daytime are common; rats in daytime indicate over-crowding; “for every rat seen, suspect 25 unseen”
  • Smudge Marks - greasy film left by fur along walls, often associated with “runs”

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Whats the difference ?

MICE-House mice measure 12 to 20 cm in length, including the tail, and weigh 12 to 30 grams. They may be white, brown or grey in color. Their snouts are triangular and feature long whiskers. Mice have large, floppy ears and long, thin, hairy tails. These rodents can be found throughout the world in a variety of climates and environments. They can live up to six years in captivity though most naturally live less than a year. Mice are nocturnal, timid, social and territorial in nature.

RATS-Rats are medium-sized to large rodents with long tails that are commonly hairless and scaly. Like mice, these rodents are also found throughout the world, in varying environments. They are also nocturnal in nature. However, rats may grow to be as long as 40 cm or more and weigh considerably more than mice. Their coats are white, gray, brown or black in color and are often soiled enough to leave grease marks on touched surfaces. The snout of the rat is more blunt than that of the mouse. 

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Rodent Control Plans

We offer both residential & commercial rodent control services. Written guarantee on all services. We will beat ANY written quote by 10%. 

Call Now- 1-844-230-1955

Residential Plans starting at $300.00 + tax

Commercial Services- Please request a free quote