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A Guide on How to Identify Rodents

Rodents cause damage and pose health risks. Our rodent control services locate and eliminate nests and entry points, ensuring your space is rodent-free and safe.

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How to Identify

A Guide on How to Identify Rodents

Detecting a rodent infestation promptly is vital for effective control and prevention. This section is designed to guide you in identifying signs of rodent activity in your home or business, focusing on common indicators and areas where rodents, such as mice and rats, are typically found.

  • Look for droppings, which are small and dark, often concentrated near food sources or nesting areas.
  • Inspect for gnaw marks on food packaging, furniture, or structures, indicating the presence of rodents.
  • Listen for scratching or scurrying noises in walls or ceilings, particularly at night when rodents are most active.
  • Check for nests or bedding materials, such as shredded paper or fabric, in hidden areas like attics, basements, or behind appliances.
  • Observe any tracks or tail marks in dusty areas, which can reveal the presence and pathways of rodents.
How to Identify

A Guide on How to Identify Rodents

Ensuring that rodents do not return after treatment requires a combination of maintenance and preventive strategies. This section provides a checklist for sustaining a rodent-free environment, highlighting actions to deter future infestations and reinforce control measures.

  • Seal entry points such as cracks in walls, gaps around doors and windows, and holes where pipes and wires enter to prevent rodents from re-entering.
  • Keep your property clean, particularly in areas where food is stored or prepared, to reduce attraction for rodents.
  • Regularly dispose of garbage and keep trash bins securely closed to avoid providing food sources for rodents.
  • Store food in rodent-proof containers, especially grains, seeds, and pet food.
  • Eliminate clutter and potential nesting sites, particularly in garages, attics, and basements.
  • Schedule regular inspections to monitor for any new signs of rodent activity and address them promptly.
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What My Customers Say About Me

We had a terrible problem with bugs. Just one visit made a world of difference. I recommend Todd highly. He gets the job done!

Joy Adams

Great response time checking out our home! Todd was very knowledgeable and confident in what steps we needed to take. Fair price too. So satisfied that we now have him handle out business too.

Matt Yates

Todd was a pleasure to work with! He was responsive, professional, and did a great job. I would recommend him for your extermination needs.

Leslie Smith

Amazing Customer Service! I called this morning and Todd was at my house by 1:30. He definitely saved the day!! He explained everything and answered all my questions! We will be using Marett Pest Control for all our pest issues.

Allison Martin

Amazing service! So easy to schedule and I know if there is an issue I could call but I haven't had to! Also loves that this company supports the community!

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