Pillar Pest Control

Pillar Pest Control

Rodent Control Service

Why Choose Us for Rodent Control?

  • Unparalleled Expertise: Our team of rodent control specialists at Pillar Pest Control boasts a wealth of experience and in-depth knowledge in dealing with Rodents. We’ve mastered the behaviors, biology, and habits of these pests, empowering us to deploy the most effective strategies for eradicating them from your premises.
  • Safety and Eco-Consciousness: The safety and well-being of our clients, their families, and the environment are our top priorities. At Pillar Pest control, we are committed to employing safe and eco-conscious methods in our rodent control services. Our dedication to non-toxic solutions and humane practices guarantees that we’ll resolve your rodent issues without jeopardizing your health.
  • Tailored Solutions: Recognizing that each rodent infestation is a unique challenge, we steer clear of one-size-fits-all solutions. Our expert team takes the time to thoroughly assess the specific circumstances of your infestation, from the species of rodents involved to the scale of the problem. Armed with this information, we craft a customized solution that precisely suits your needs.

Professional Rodent Control Process and Methods:

  • Inspection: Pest control professionals start with a thorough inspection of the property to identify the extent of the rodent infestation, the types of rodents present, and the entry points they are using.
  • Customized Treatment Plan: Pest control professionals develop a tailored treatment plan that outlines the methods and products to be used. The plan may include rodenticides, traps, and exclusion measures.
  • Sanitation and Cleaning: To remove attractants for rodents, professionals may recommend cleaning up food sources, crumbs, and spills. This helps discourage rodent activity.
  • Traps and Bait Stations: Pest control experts strategically place traps and bait stations in areas with high rodent activity. They use snap traps, glue traps, electronic traps, and bait stations containing rodenticides.

Understanding Rodents

  • Classification: Rodents belong to the order Rodentia, which is the largest order of mammals, comprising over 2,000 species. Some common examples include mice, rats, squirrels, and beavers.
  • Habitats: Rodents are found all over the world, in various habitats such as forests, grasslands, deserts, and urban areas. They are highly adaptable and can thrive in a wide range of environments.

Types of Rodent Found Around Us

  • House Mouse:
    Size: Small, typically 2-4 inches in length.
    Color: Light gray to brown, with a lighter-colored belly.
    Behavior: House mice are excellent climbers and are known for their adaptability to a wide range of environments.
    Habitat: They often live in human structures, making nests in walls, attics, and basements.
    Diet: Omnivorous, eating grains, seeds, and various foods found in homes.
  • Roof Rat:
    Size: Similar in size to the house mouse, around 6-8 inches in length.
    Color: Black or brown with a lighter belly.
    Behavior: Roof rats are agile climbers and are often found in elevated areas.
    Habitat: They nest in attics, trees, and upper parts of buildings.
    Diet: Omnivorous, eating fruits, grains, and insects.
  • Eastern Gray Squirrel:
    Size: Medium-sized, around 9-11 inches in length.
    Color: Gray with a white belly.
    Behavior: Gray squirrels are tree-dwelling rodents known for their bushy tails and ability to leap from tree to tree.
    Habitat: They live in forests, parks, and urban areas.
    Diet: Omnivorous, eating nuts, fruits, seeds, and insects.

How to Prevent Rodent Infestation?

Sealing Entry Points: Inspect your property for any openings or gaps in walls, foundations, roofs, and doors where rodents can enter. Seal these entry points with materials like caulk, steel wool, or weather stripping.

Landscaping and Yard Maintenance: Trim overhanging tree branches and cut back vegetation near your home. Rodents often use branches and plants as pathways to access your roof or attic.

Outdoor Food Sources: Do not leave bird feeders or pet food outdoors overnight, as they can attract rodents. Clean up any spilled birdseed promptly.

Rodent-Resistant Construction: If building or renovating, consider using rodent-resistant building materials and techniques to prevent rodent entry.


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